EVstudio Designs Innovative Business Park Design

by Dane Vierow March 18, 2019
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EVstudio is completing the design of a new business park in Broomfield targeting an underdeveloped market for smaller footprint for-sale and for-lease space.  The development provides flexible core and shell space for a wide variety of allowable uses, but specifically targeting tech office and business […]

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The How, What, and Why’s of Structural Floor Systems

by Peter Youngbauer March 15, 2019
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So picture it, you, the ultimate DIYer — Soon-To-Be proud homeowner of your own house. Maybe you have your perfect plot of land in the mountains selected, or you have torn down property to construct your dream custom house. Everything is going to plan when […]

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Architectural and Structural Coordination in 3 Dimensions

by EVstudio AEP March 11, 2019
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You may have heard that we use a software package known as Revit. One of the things that we really like other than the fairly intuitive interface is that the architects and the structural engineers here work within the same file. Once the schematic design […]

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Insulate Your Investment

by Dean Dalvit March 11, 2019

With energy costs constantly on the rise and sustainability issues being at the forefront of every design interview we have, there is no better time to talk about one of the easiest ways to save energy and reduce our carbon emmissions: Insulation. The specific type […]

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EVstudio Serves Civil Engineering and Surveying Projects of All Sizes

by Dean Dalvit March 11, 2019

At EVstudio, we are always looking for ways to serve our clients better. With swings in the economy come swings in workload. While we continue to grow our team of Civil Engineers at EVstudio, we also have strategic partnerships with firms that we have very […]

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What effect do we have on the communities we build?- New Series!

by Craig Rothluebber March 11, 2019

The Engineer’s Creed states… As a Professional Engineer, I dedicate my professional knowledge and skill to the advancement and betterment of human welfare. I pledge: To give the utmost of performance; To participate in none but honest enterprise; To live and work according to the […]

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Who Does Truss Drawings?

by Sean O'Hara March 8, 2019
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Most residential projects and wood framed commercial projects utilize roof trusses. A roof truss is generally cheaper and less time consuming than a roof framed with rafters. It has these advantages because it is created from smaller pieces of lumber and it is fabricated in […]

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LEED ID Credits – New LEED Pilot Credit Library

by EVstudio AEP March 8, 2019

Earlier this year, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) introduced a new dimension to their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Rating Systems for green building certifications known as the Pilot Credit Library (PCL). The PCL currently includes 41 Pilot Credits which can be […]

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Using Architecture For a Bigger, Counter-depth Refrigerator

by evstudio March 8, 2019

Counter-depth refrigerators are popular for a polished, upscale look in kitchens.  However –  they are also considerably more expensive the traditional, full-depth refrigerators, and offer less storage room for the counter space taken up. Depending on your floor plan, manipulating the walls behind the fridge […]

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Accessible and Smart Rec Center Cabana Design

by Matt Svoboda March 8, 2019

One of the most important functions of recreation center cabanas in family locker rooms is providing a convenient place for users of all physical ability levels to change in comfort and privacy. As the recreation center cabana concept has become more common, the diversity of target users has increased and the types and […]

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Designing a Dream, Building a Mountain Home, All Under One Hat

by Brian Welch March 8, 2019
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Part 8 – Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, and Testing With the exterior waterproofing of the home well underway, the focus turned to the interior organs.  This was the one area that I was by far the least familiar with and the least comfortable doing.  I felt good about […]

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Surveys and site layouts

by Sean O'Hara February 22, 2019

One of the first steps in a building design is analyzing the existing site to understand its opportunities and its challenges. This necessitates having a survey of the site. Therefore I will usually suggest that clients get a survey immediately after our first meeting. Once […]

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