So, You Want to be a First-time Homeowner? Tips and Lessons Learned from a Recent Home Buyer

by Nate Danforth May 23, 2019
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First-time home buying in an aggressive market like Denver can be an incredibly stressful experience. My fiancée and I recently moved from New York City where owning isn’t something you even consider unless you are a doctor, hedge fund manager, or probably a Unionized doorman […]

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Designing Your House – Part 9

by Sean O'Hara May 21, 2019

What is the structure that is going to be holding up your house? More than any of our previous questions, your initial answer may be that’s why you hired an architect. While it’s defintely true, we still like to explore your options with you and […]

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How to Create a Sheet Index in Revit 2013

by Bill Myhren May 21, 2019
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Plan sets almost always have a cover sheet with an index that lists all of the sheets that are in the set. Revit has the ability to generate this sheet list (and update it) somewhat automatically, but the process is not completely straight-forward. This article […]

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Round Log Siding in Residential or Commercial Construction

by Kacy Landsittel May 21, 2019
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Log built structures are one of many specialized construction types that we have extennsive experience with at EVstudio. It is fairly typical that some of the building, like the upper or lower story for example, is not constructed of log but instead of typical stud […]

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Worth the Flight? Rebuilding Historical Buildings

by Andrew Allmon May 21, 2019
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I write this as Notre-Dame facing its demise from a fire. Sadly, the spire collapsed through the famous rib-vaulted ceiling that we in the architecture community has studied in university, finding inspiration from the old world’s masters. Hard to imagine what will happen to the […]

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Are you Smarter Than a 6th Grader…When it Comes to Flood Preparation?

by Dean Dalvit May 20, 2019
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We recently received a question from a local 6th Grader regarding flood preparation… Hello, My name is Molly and I am I sixth grader at a local middle school. I am participating in a program were we are researching a problem related to the Colorado 2013 flood. […]

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Mountain Modern Dried In

by EVstudio AEP May 20, 2019
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Our Mountain Modern home is almost dried in. By this time next week the roof should be the rest of the way on. Good timing too. The snow is really going to start to fly soon! Originally posted 2012-12-28 08:44:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Part II: Littleton Village Condos Building 1- A Tale of PT

by Alex Pappas May 20, 2019

Prologue: EVstudio has designed several apartment/condo buildings recently, and all of them have one thing in common. That’s right! Each one utilizes a post-tensioned slab to elevate the “living space” and create usable space below. While PT slabs are nothing new, they continue to provide […]

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Designing a Commercial Kitchen – What the Small Restaurant Owner Needs to Give Their Architect

by Sean O'Hara May 15, 2019

I’ve designed a number of restaurants recently and I’ve noticed a common thread. In many cases restaurant owners have an existing location and want to expand with an additional location or they may want to move their existing equipment to a new location. They know […]

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Part I: Winter Park South Sitzmark Building E- A Tale of PT

by Alex Pappas May 15, 2019
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Prologue: EVstudio has designed several apartment/condo buildings recently, and all of them have one thing in common. That’s right! Each one utilizes a post-tensioned slab to elevate the “living space” and create usable space below. While PT slabs are nothing new, they continue to provide […]

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The Dynamic Changes of Apartments

by EVstudio AEP May 8, 2019
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The Great Recession has changed the development market. I know what you are thinking, ‘no kidding John, that is a massive understatement’. Seriously, when you take a broad perspective of the mind shift that has occurred for the consumers of ‘development’, a ‘given’ market five […]

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EVstudio Selected to Provide A/E services for Westminster TOD Multi-Family project

by Dean Dalvit May 8, 2019
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Great news! the City of Westminster has partnered with the REgeneration Development team, including EVstudio Architecture and Engineering, to deliver two mixed-use, multi-family, TOD buildings to the Westminster Station Area. We’re grateful for the opportunity to work in this diverse and revitalizing neighborhood just an 11 minute train […]

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