Architect

EVstudio Will Work With You On Projects in Other States and Other Countries

by evstudio June 10, 2016

We want to remind the readers of evstudio.info that EVstudio does projects in numerous states and you shouldn’t worry about contacting us with questions or potential projects because of your geography. We utilize technology to bridge the gap to the point that working with clients […]

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Advice for Medical Office Floor Plan Design in Tenant Buildings

by Sean O'Hara June 10, 2016

Medical offices present a few interesting design challenges when they are being place in tenant finish buildings. Dental and doctor offices that do not provide 24 hour care are a business occupancy but there are additional design considerations. The use generally requires a fully accessible […]

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Sometimes Architects Still Sketch

by EVstudio AEP June 10, 2016
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In an age when computers have taken over our lives I still like to do things by hand. Particularly in the early stages. Computers are great, don’t get me wrong, but a huge benefit in working more closely with your hands is that the ideas […]

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Construction Observation Photos of CentricLoHi Project

by EVstudio AEP June 10, 2016
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Over the course of nearly one I have been taking pictures from the places around the job site at our CentricLoHi Project Denver, CO. I thought it would be fun to put a collection of images together to highlight the construction process from these point […]

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Why Hire an Architect When a Contractor Offers to Design-Build

by Sean O'Hara June 3, 2016

Design-build is a common delivery method in construction and a popular buzz word in the industry. What it generally means is that you hire a single person or company who both designs your project and builds your project. Design-build can be great and it can […]

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A Sketch in Time

by Bill Foster June 3, 2016
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This post is as much a Thank you as anything. I was extremely fortunate to attend a School of Architecture where they taught us the importance of observing and absorbing Architecture through the process of sketching. I learned how to quickly create and record an […]

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When Should You Contact an Architect? What Phases of Your Project Can an Architect Help With?

by Sean O'Hara June 3, 2016

There is a common conception that the architect is the person you contact when you need plans for your project. That is only partially correct. In addition to your plans, a good architect can help you with many of the other phases of your project. […]

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Top 10 Toys for Future Architects (and Engineers)

by EVstudio AEP June 3, 2016
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One of the most common questions that we get at EVstudio is, “What kind of toys did you play with as a kid?” Though a seemingly strange question to be asked during an architectural consultation, our clients are usually trying to understand how we ended […]

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Liberty Hill City Administration Building – Construction

by EVstudio AEP June 1, 2016
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Construction started last month on the new City of Liberty Hill administration building which is being building on an infill lot located in the old downtown area of Liberty Hill. The foundation slab is complete and the CMU elevator shaft is about halfway finished. Framing […]

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

by EVstudio AEP May 20, 2016

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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Allowable Building Height, Story and Area Tables Updated in IBC 2015

by Kellie Saylor May 20, 2016
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Updated versions of the International Building Code are published every 3 years.  On a new project, one of the first code restrictions to determine is the allowable building height, area, and number of stories. Since 2000, the International Building Code has shown the allowable building […]

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Architect and Engineer With Same Day Service

by Sean O'Hara May 16, 2016

When you call looking for an architect or engineer to help you with your building project you may want quick answers. At EVstudio, when you call you’re able to speak to a licensed engineer or architect right away and we are often able to arrange […]

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