The dedicated training facility in CASE's New York City office. Images: CASE
CLT is more widely available and there are long-term value considerations necessary when choosing this material for a project. All images: SRG
Bob Beduhn and Lynette Cardoch discuss the topic of resilency and how it affected the two very different climates in which they grew up. Image: Jupiter
Things to consider before purchasing include wind speed requirements and need for door to be rated for fire.
This multi-use campus will contain a university, sports facilities, medical center, and world-class shopping.
Digital Revolution at Barbican. Photo: Gensler
The finish on the metal is integral to preventing corrosion. Scratches can compromise that protection, especially if metal is exposed.
Roof manufacturers can help architects by training the roof contractor on the installation of the standing seam roof system to be used on the project. Photo: Flickr.
There are many researchers and companies currently vying to create the equivalent of GPS for buildings. People have been testing everything from optical sensors to magnetic and acoustic technologies. Photo: CASE
It’s always a good idea to discuss any concerns you may have about your liability or risk exposure with your professional liability advisor and project owner, but it’s also important that you develop your own procedures that will help you take control of the flow of information on a project.