Documentation that Suits Your Audience

by Macy Andre July 12, 2019

As architects & designers, we often work with people who have drastically different backgrounds, skills, experiences, and who care about different aspects of a project. The client will turn to us when they don’t know what to do next when it comes to acquiring a […]

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Phases of Service

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP June 6, 2019

Our website is currently undergoing a renovation and I recently uploaded a new front page. I’m seeing that the information from one of the old pages more likely belongs in the blog under the new organizational structure. So here it is, the most common phases […]

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The City of Denver MultiFamily Development Process

by EVstudio AEP January 29, 2019

If you live in Denver or have driven through it recently, you probably are more than aware that multifamily development is BOOMING in the City of Denver. I will use the word “multifamily” to define any apartment, townhome, or condo development. If the current City […]

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by evstudio January 6, 2017

One of our primary goals in writing the EVstudio blog is to answer your questions about EVstudio and your larger questions about architecture, planning, development, construction, new urbanism, real estate, Denver issues, Colorado issues, AIA issues etc. Please let us know any questions or issues […]

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Century Communities and their Oak Meadows Community Progress

by EVstudio AEP January 15, 2014

We continue to supply structural engineering services for a premier front range builder, Century Communities. We provide specific observations at key times during the construction process to ensure proper and adequate installation of the steel rebar and concrete in the footing and wall forms for […]

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Compatible Zoning in Boulder – Facebook Group to Watch

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP October 11, 2009

A few weeks ago we talked about the Compatible Zoning regulations that are being adopted in Boulder on January 4, 2010. To briefly explain them, they are rules that drastically reduce the (FAR) Floor Area Ratio that you can build on your Boulder lot, thus […]

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Timberwood Development Home on Kerr Gulch Road in Evergreen

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP March 9, 2009

An updated view of the house by Timberwood Development on Kerr Gulch Road in Evergreen.

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Denver Zoning Code Update

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP August 17, 2008

Denver is currently changing its zoning code from the version adopted in 1956. One of the major components is the 2002 plan called Blueprint Denver. This document divided Denver into areas of stability and areas of change. The other major change is going to a […]

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