A maximized BIM was an integral in the design and construction team for the Pegula Ice Arena at Penn State University.
Frankfurt International Airport in Germany is an example of the benefits of intelligent dynamic signage on crowd movement in a place with constant foot traffic and construction.
Having boots on the ground or developing a mathematical model to simulate the flood event can help communities deal with flooding from a surge storm and heavy rainfall that occur at the same time.
An office building client in the Midwest had very strict energy standards. This demonstrates how the design team managed the process.
A hospital required paralleled generators to ensure adequate power distribution and prepare for future growth.
A robust grounding system was required at an emergency call center in Texas. Lighting protection also was included.
BIM was used in every aspect of planning, fabrication, coordination, and execution of the Pegula Ice Arena project at Penn State University, which was completed in 2013 and awarded LEED Silver certification in 2015.
A health network used a design process that allowed for a faster time-to-market without compromising on innovation.
The team pursued an integrated project delivery (IPD) approach for a Chicago college, incorporating trade subcontractors for assistance in the detailed design effort and using the request for proposal (RFP) submission’s preliminary design as the guideline for performance-based design.
A 4-story atrium required some creative smoke control options.