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Setting up a Remodel Project in Revit

by Anthony Ries October 8, 2014

There are many things to consider when choosing a software platform. One of the main things I look for is that the software doesn’t limit what I want to do, that is, it shouldn’t get in the way of design. Said another way it should […]

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EVstudio Announces Mechanical Engineering Affiliation with Dave Buesser in Colorado Springs

by Dean Dalvit October 4, 2014

In an sustained effort to continue growing our scope of services in multiple markets, EVstudio is proud to bring Dave Buesser, PE onto our dynamic and growing team of professionals.  Dave has a strong background in mechanical, plumbing and process mechanical engineering and energy services […]

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Architect Project Delivery with Design Build Mechanical and Electrical

by Sean O'Hara January 21, 2014

In a traditional design/bid/build project delivery the architect hires the engineers and the engineering drawings are part of the bid package. With smaller tenant finish projects we are now seeing a scenario where the engineering drawings are being provided design/build by the contractor. The contractor […]

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Kirk Gallaher – Director of Mechanical Engineering

by Bill Myhren October 23, 2013

Kirk Gallaher, PE, LEED AP Director of Mechanical Engineering Kirk has over 11 years of experience in HVAC and plumbing engineering. Kirk started his career as a refrigeration design engineer for Albertsons. In 2001, Kirk expanded his knowledge to HVAC and plumbing engineering and has […]

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How Do Architects Determine Their Fees and How Much Are Architect’s Fees

by Sean O'Hara August 26, 2013

I’ve noticed that most architects have avoided putting information on their website about what architects charge for their services and how much their fees are. However, in the EVstudio spirit of providing information on all sorts of architecture related topics I will give you an […]

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Underground Plumbing of a Custom Residence in Evergreen, CO

by Kacy Landsittel January 3, 2013
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  Observations or inspections for plumbing are the scope of the county and MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) engineers. So usually for small projects an architect does not normally see this part of the construction process involving underground plumbing. I had the opportunity to make […]

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LEED Project Team Formation is an Important First Step in any LEED Certification Project

by elicia@evstudio.com September 2, 2012

The first step in preparing for the LEED Certification process on a building project is the formation of the LEED Project Team. Integrated design is one of the most important sustainability strategies and a good project team will become the key to an integrated, efficient, […]

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Navigating the Design and Permitting Process for a Mountain Home

by Dean Dalvit October 29, 2011

We provide Architectural design, Engineering, Surveying and Real Estate services for residential projects all along the Rocky Mountain Region, and there is no doubt that while permitting a mountain home has a lot in common with its urban counterparts, there are a few issues that are unique […]

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Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering from EVstudio

by evstudio August 4, 2011

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineering for your project, designed to meet the stringent requirements of energy and water conservation The Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering Department of EVstudio provides design services and consultation for our own project teams as well as outside project owners, contractors, […]

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More Jeff-CO NOI's Approved

by DJ Zehnacker November 21, 2010

EVstudio has had the pleasure of working on an number of Jefferson County Grading Permit and Notice of Intent (NOI) applications this year.  From our client’s perspective life is made undeniably easy in the fact that they can one stop shop at EVstudio.  We can […]

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Overseas Cafe, European Cafe and Bakery Now Open

by Dean Dalvit September 22, 2010

It was our great pleasure to work on the Overseas Cafe and Bakery, a new restaurant in Bergen Park. The project turned out great, and is already receiving community praise and press. The following is reprinted from Colorado Serenity Magazine: The text of the article, from Colorado Serenity […]

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Floor Plan Required for Obtaining a Liquor License in the City of Denver

by evstudio March 3, 2010

When applying for a Restaurant Liquor License in the City of Denver, you are required to provide a floor plan (8 ½” x 11”) of the area which is to be licensed.  The plan must show all fixtures and furniture as they will appear when the premises […]

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