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Top Five Toys for Structural Engineers

by Katelyn Wager February 1, 2018
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A countless number of toys exist today, but there are a few that have become the favorites of structural engineers.  Below is a list of the top toys that will help kids start thinking about structural design and get their creative juices flowing. Legos – […]

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Colorado Architecture Month – April 2011

by EVstudio AEP March 29, 2011

EVstudio and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado Chapter are now gearing up for the festivities to take place across the state during this year’s Colorado Architecture Month in April! Architecture Month celebrates Colorado architecture and design and includes a number of great free […]

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Playhouse Project for Rocky Mountain Communities

by EVstudio AEP March 28, 2011

Over the past few months EVstudio has been teaming up with Catamount Constructors to build our first contribution to the Rocky Mountain Communities Playhouse project.  The Playhouse project teams local Colorado designers with Colorado Contractors to build Playhouses that are auctioned off to benefit the […]

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Accessibility for Children

by EVstudio AEP July 18, 2010

A close look at ADA and ANSI reveals valuable flexibility in the code for catering to the needs of children. With a new project on the boards that includes a children’s daycare and play area I pulled out my copy of the ADAAG (Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guide) and ANSI 117.1-2003 (as called by the IBC (International Building Code)) and searched for adjustments in the code that take into consideration the specific needs of children.

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