Aerial Drone Photography in Construction

By: Joe Souza, Project Engineer
I’ve been working as a project engineer on the construction of the Windward Apartments for the past two years. Early in preconstruction, we realized that we’d want to take aerial photos of the project at many points in its progression because it’s a high-profile project that has drawn a lot of interest from the community.… read more

Cooking a Great Kitchen

By: Jordan Swanson, Project Manager
If challenges are good, building a commercial kitchen or restaurant can be just the thing. They pack lots of interesting parts into small spaces – kitchen equipment, floor penetrations, unique finishes, artwork, heavy mechanical/electrical needs, and an extra level of occupancy permits. Your client is depending on you to manage these things perfectly. The definition… read more

“Lean”ing VDC Meetings

By: Lana Gochenauer, VDC Manager
On a list of cool things happening in virtual design & construction (VDC), running effective meetings isn't the flashiest. But meetings play an important role in the collaborative VDC process with designers and subcontractors, leading to happy, successful clients and teammates. Making meetings leaner can go a long way. Lean is about incremental improvements, and… read more