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Modern Mountain Home in Evergreen Colorado Nearing Completion

by Dean Dalvit February 5, 2016

We’re very excited to be seeing the completion of a modern mountain home we designed in Evergreen Colorado near completion. The Certificate of Occupancy was recently released and the owners are moving in. EVstudio provided all of the Architecture, Structural and Civil Engineering on this […]

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The Grove Lofts on Montropolis Construction Progress

by Ian Paulin February 5, 2016
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Last week I did a site visit on one of our multi-family projects under construction in South Austin. The Groves Lofts is a design build project we work with  Richmond, Virgina based McCann Reality Patners. The project consists of 156 units that are spread across […]

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Have Your Architect Hire the Engineers

by Sean O'Hara February 3, 2016

In the traditional architectural project the client will hire the architect and in turn the architect will bring on any consultants and engineers that are necessary to deliver the project. Recently, I’ve seen a number of clients who prefer to hire all of the consultants […]

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Cool Roofs with Membrane Roofing

by Maciek Gesikowski January 20, 2016
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Roofing material choices may be one of the leading contributors to urban heat island effect in addition to surface paving materials. Light colored roofing materials including Single Ply Roofing can aid with heat deflected from buildings, and therefore reduce building cooling loads.  Single Ply Roofing […]

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10 Customization Tips to Consider During Design

by Tiffany Binkowski January 14, 2016

When building your home there are many details to go over and the list can get overwhelming. Here is a list of 10 things to consider to make living in your home easier and more enjoyable: 1. Decide where you want your bathroom accessories (i.e. […]

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The Shops @ 685 in Pflugerville Construction Progress

by Ian Paulin January 8, 2016
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I recently made a site visit to one of our commercial projects currently under construction located on FM 685 in Pflugerville, Texas. I was doing a routine walk-though with the Texas Accessibility Standards RAS inspector to review portions of the project (site infrastructure’s sidewalk ramps). […]

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Utilizing Revit for A&E Services

by evstudio January 6, 2016
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Revit is one of the most powerful tools we use at EVstudio to communicate ideas between our architects and engineers. I recently worked on a project with Matt, one of our fantastic architect in the Denver office, on a remodel/addition of an existing 4-plex. With […]

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EVstudio Recognized for Entrepreneurship in The Zweig Letter

by Dean Dalvit January 4, 2016
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We’re proud to have been featured by ZweigWhite in their December issue of The Zweig Letter. The focus of the article was on entrepreneurship and the standout qualities of EVstudio that differentiate us from the rest.   The full letter can be found in .PDF […]

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5 Services to Consider When Working with your Design Team

by Daniel Swigert December 31, 2015
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When hiring EVstudio to work with you on your building project, you’ll always get a great experience working with the team of architects and engineers through the pre-design, design, construction documents  and construction phase. That’s a given but sometimes it makes sense to hire us […]

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Why does a Range Matter in My Break Room or Kitchenette?

by Bill Foster December 31, 2015
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Most jurisdictions in the US use the IBC which references ANSI 117.1 for specific accessibility standards.  (It is also interesting to note that the IBC simply references ANSI 117.1, not a particular year.  Thus you will need to use the most current ANSI to be in […]

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EVstudio joins the Apartment Association of Metro Denver (AAMD)

by Rich Muller December 31, 2015

With the turn of the new year EVstudio has embarked on a new emphasis in the multi-family residential market.  Seen as a growing field and coupled with a recent up-tick in architectural billings, multi-family is poised to represent a  large portion of the construction market […]

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Proper Phasing in Revit Software

by Kayla Harmon December 24, 2015
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I recently responded to a company chatter post about how to properly phase a project. As an architectural project designer, I have worked on a couple different residential addition projects. When starting one of these projects, it is important to document the existing conditions of […]

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