Welcome to EVstudio- New Field Services Team Member

by Eva Pearce September 19, 2018
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EVstudio is more than architecture and engineering services, we also have a rapidly growing Field Services department in which we help clients with inspection and observations for their projects. From Colorado Springs to Northern Colorado our Field Services crews are out ensuring that projects are […]

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Community Based Clinic for US Army Medical Command

by EVstudio AEP September 6, 2018

In an effort to provide our US Army Soldiers and their families with better access to health care services, the US Army Medical Command (USMEDCOM) has initiated the Community Based Clinic program.  As the name would imply, this program takes the health care facilities that would […]

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How to Create a Custom Scale for Not-to-Scale Drawings

by Kacy Landsittel September 6, 2018

We often work with prints of drawings, architectural and structural details, etc. as we collaborate with consultants and clients. Sometimes these are not-to-scale (“N.T.S”, as may be indicated) prints so you can’t measure directly off the print with a scale. Here are some ideas and […]

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Finally an Affordable Accordion Door Option!

by Dean Dalvit September 6, 2018

EVstudio works on a wide variety of projects and over the last several years, the desire to expand door openings in several of our project types have led to some very expensive products. One of the companies we keep in close contact with for residential […]

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Mudroom – A Degrading Name for a Very Important Room

by Dean Dalvit September 6, 2018
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Often overlooked in a program, the average Mudroom just happens to be one of the most heavily used and under appreciated rooms in the typical home. Many homes will combine the owner’s entrance with the laundry room, which may make sense given the similar functions […]

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Welcome to EVstudio- New Team Members Arrive!

by Eva Pearce September 6, 2018
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EVstudio is honored once again with new team members for several of our in-house disciplines. These highly qualified professionals have chosen EVstudio as the place to bring their skill, expertise and design passion. Nate Danforth is an Architectural Project Designer who is determined to take […]

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A Jacques Benedict Treasure in Montclair

by EVstudio AEP August 23, 2018
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For the past few weeks we have been working hand-in-hand with the owner of a fantastic historic property in the Montclair neighborhood. The first phase of the project was to open up the kitchen and make it more livable and applicable to how people live […]

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Top 10 Reasons Architects should Avoid Driving (according to my wife)

by EVstudio AEP August 23, 2018

10. Conversations with clients require far too much hand waving even while using a hands free device. 9. Buildings are often placed next to roads requiring instantaneous detailed study of their fenestration. 8. Buildings under construction require even more intense scrutiny. 7. Bridges can also […]

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Lokal Communities – Promontory at Northgate

by EVstudio AEP August 23, 2018
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Lokal Communities has hired EVstudio for this exciting set of triplexes. The Promontory at Northgate consists of four different plans. There is a triplex floor plan along with three duplex floor plans. EVstudio has completed full structural plans for all four floor plans. The triplex […]

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In Need of a Structural EValuation?

by evstudio August 23, 2018
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Do you have a structural concern about your home? Are you buying a home, but have some reservations about a structural aspect? Are you selling a home and had a home inspector flag an item, and now the bank requires an inspection by a professional […]

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Include an Exterior Door in Your Addition

by Sean O'Hara August 23, 2018

Last fall, my wife and I designed an addition to our home. It was a fairly straightforward addition with only a couple areas inside the house being remodeled to accommodate it. To save money and hassle we wanted to be able to live in the […]

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Use 5/8″ Gypsum Board With 24″ Stud Spacing

by Sean O'Hara August 23, 2018

Most residential projects are framed with wall studs at 16″ on center and finished with 1/2″ gypsum board. To save lumber many builders are moving to 24″ centers where they can, in interior walls or at exterior walls where the trusses are aligned with the […]

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