Government

Construction Cost Per Square Foot for Courthouses

by Dean Dalvit November 30, 2016
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Our posts on construction cost data per square foot for various project types are so popular, that I will continue updating them more frequently as this is fairly time sensitive data. Please note the date on the blog posts so you know that you are […]

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Construction Cost Per Square Foot for a Post Office

by Dean Dalvit November 30, 2016
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Our posts on construction cost data per square foot for various project types are so popular, that I will continue updating them more frequently as this is fairly time sensitive data. Please note the date on the blog posts so you know that you are […]

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12 Tips for Design Build in Government Contracts

by Bill Foster June 3, 2016

These are just some of the lessons we have learned from our most recent government work in the Design Build process. The Design Build process has advantages and some challenges and understanding the Design Team’s role’s and responsibilities under the contract is critical to project […]

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Construction Cost Per Square Foot for a Police Station

by Dean Dalvit November 11, 2015
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Our posts on construction cost data per square foot for various project types are so popular, that I will continue updating them more frequently as this is fairly time sensitive data. Please note the date on the blog posts so you know that you are […]

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Top 10 Effective Techniques for Working With a Building Department on Permits

by Sean O'Hara June 10, 2015

Construction projects in most jurisdictions will need to be signed off by the building department in that jurisdiction. Even for the most experienced architects and engineers, there is a chance of having review comments put forth. The trick is knowing the most effective way to […]

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Construction Cost Per Square Foot for Jails

by Dean Dalvit May 1, 2015
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Our posts on construction cost data per square foot for various project types are so popular, that I will continue updating them more frequently as this is fairly time sensitive data. Please note the date on the blog posts so you know that you are […]

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EVstudio Evaluates Structure of City of Arvada Annex Building for the Addition of Solar Panels

by evstudio March 5, 2011

EVstudio was recently hired to consult on the installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on the City of Arvada Annex building in Arvada, Colorado. Many local governments are considering the addition of solar panels to their buildings to help offset their energy costs and create […]

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EVstudio Designs Wattsun Solar Tracker Foundations for North Dakota Game and Fish Department Use

by evstudio February 8, 2011

EVstudio was contracted by Sun Spot Solar, LLC to design concrete pier-footing foundations for Wattsun AZ-225 model solar trackers. Solar trackers are an innovative way to maximize solar energy collection by motorizing the photo voltaic (PV) solar panels themselves to track the sun’s daily path […]

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Custom Patterning in Bentley Architecture

by Bill Foster September 28, 2010

How to on elevation patterning in Bentley Architecture with Extractions, the preferred method for Army Corps Center of Standardization projects.

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Ft. Hood Renderings with Bentley Luxology

by Bill Foster September 23, 2010

Progress renderings for the Ft. Hood Army Corps projects done with Bentley’s newest Luxology rendering engine.

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EV Studio to work with HistoriCorps

by EVstudio AEP November 5, 2009

EV Studio has been selected to work with HistoriCorps, a new public-private partnership organization formed earlier this year. Elicia Ratajczyk of the Evergreen office met yesterday with HistoriCorps director, Jonas Landes and performed a Site Survey of the historic Kortright Cabin near the ghost-town of […]

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