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Accelerate Live! talk: Regenerative design — When sustainability is not enough
Accelerate Live! talk: Regenerative design — When sustainability is not enough

 

SUMMARY
A fundamental shift is occurring from the old guard of sustainability to the new one of regenerative design. Whereas sustainable development attempts to meet the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations, regenerative development seeks to rejuvenate the environment and the people who live within its ecosystem. 

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), HMC’s Eric Carbonnier poses the question: What if buildings could actually rejuvenate ecosystems?

Carbonnier discusses how the goal of regenerative design is not simply to take less from nature, but to inspirit the environment around us. This starts by understanding our limitations and embracing the unknown. While the theory of regenerative design is—to some degree—may be unattainable, it is this "unknown" that inspires us to push the limits of what we know.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Eric Carbonnier, PhD, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Vice President of Sustainability, Associate Principal
HMC Architects

Eric Carbonnier has 28 years of experience, and is an architect and vice president of sustainability, focused on energy conservation strategies that lead to zero-net energy architecture. He strives to develop the vision and integration of sustainable strategies into every project he takes on. This includes ground water recharge strategies, water conservation, thermal and electrical on-site renewable energy generation, downdraft cool towers, and local material reuse. Carbonnier has secured over $2 million in grants and certified the second-largest USGBC Campus in California, ranked 7th nationally, and 9th globally. He was a Graduate Teaching Fellow and Researcher at the University of Oregon's Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory, where he advanced high-performance windows using nano-fluid technology. Eric's sustainable design initiatives resonate throughout his career, and he has collaborated on numerous high-performance designs and award-winning projects. His dedication to sustainability, resilience, and energy independence resonates throughout his architectural practice and building science research. His approach brings the environment central to his regenerative development views and innovates solutions specific to every environment. Carbonnier's sustainable design initiatives resonate throughout his career, and has collaborated on numerous high-performance Pre-K–12 and community college projects designs. His career started at Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) as an Environmental Engineer in 1989 focused on global water infrastructure projects. In 2000, Carbonnier joined HMC Architects' building partnerships with Pre-K–12 and community college clients throughout California.

 

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Sustainability is dead: Regenerative architecture is the new green

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: The smart jobsite — Predictive visual data analytics for proactive project controls
Accelerate Live! talk: The smart jobsite — Predictive visual data analytics for proactive project controls

 

SUMMARY
The rise of reality capture technology, combined with enterprising software development, has opened the door to true real-time analysis of construction jobsites.

Firms are utilizing images and video from smartphones, drones, rovers, laser scanners, and 360 cameras to more effectively track progress and productivity on the jobsite, and identify risk for potential delays. 

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), a trio of experts in predictive visual data analytics presents how design-build giant Clayco has leveraged this technology to achieve production efficiency on several construction sites.   

They present how images and videos from drones and smartphone cameras are used within computer vision algorithms to automatically generate 3D reality models over project timeline. They also show how AI algorithms compare reality models with 4D BIM to track progress and productivity and identify risk for potential delays.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Mani Golparvar, PhD 
Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
COO, Co-founder, Reconstruct Inc.

During his 15 years in the industry, Mani Golparvar designed and built commercial buildings, infrastructure systems, and port facilities in the U.S. and abroad. With a PhD in Civil Eng from Univ. of Illinois, his research has contributed to developing computer vision and BIM solutions to empower project teams better plan, coordinate, and communicate on their jobsites. Golparvar is now leveraging his amazing exposure to the most creative people in construction, technology, and academic worlds to improve productivity of the construction industry as a whole.

Burcin Kaplanoglu, PhD
Senior Director of Industry Strategy and Innovation
Oracle

Burcin Kaplanoglu, PhD, is a recognized industry technologist, thought leader, keynote speaker. He is leading Industry Strategy and Innovation at Oracle's Global Construction and Engineering business unit. He frequently speaks and publishes articles related to Internet of Things (IoT), disruption of CE, investments and construction technology in industry publications. He is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering since 2008. He has served as co-chair of semi-annual Technology for Construction Symposium for the Northwestern University since 2011.

Carlos Montiel
Director of Project Controls & Scheduling
Clayco Construction

Carlos Montiel is the Director of Project Controls & Scheduling with Clayco Construction. A bi-lingual professional with 16 years of construction management experience in industrial and commercial construction, Montiel has worked as a project manager, estimator, project engineer, and project controls lead in the U.S. and Mexico.

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: Design innovation at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Accelerate Live! talk: Design innovation at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

 

SUMMARY
From the world’s tallest tower to the globe’s first large-scale “pure” glass sphere, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture has pulled off its share of daunting design feats over the past decade.

But what exactly is the firm’s “secret sauce” for design innovation and next-level problem solving?

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), AS+GG’s Anthony Viola takes us behind the magic curtain to illuminate the firm’s methods for nurturing design innovation. 

The common thread is the concept that form follows performance. This method of design investigates complex architectural problems by exploring new solutions through an intense and iterative process, one where high- and low-tech methodologies are equally explored and implemented. 

Three current projects illustrate: how the teams at AS+GG innovate though “making”; how the teams use technology to engage in the design process; how they help generate discourse between interdisciplinary design teams that can form more salient questions; and how they discover alternative design solutions that lead to architectural breakthroughs.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Anthony Viola, AIA, LEED AP
Senior Designer, Team Leader
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Anthony Viola, Senior Designer and Team Leader at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG), works on high-performance projects that focus on the design, development, and use of parametric computational tools that push the boundaries of integrated performance-based design. During his 12+ years of experience, Anthony has designed many structures through this integrated design process. He seeks to find new ways to realize a project using low-tech methods – such as 3D physical models – and high-tech processes like advanced computer simulations. By developing a clear idea of how each project fits into its site parameters and user conditions he is able to sculpt the building to its most efficient form. His methods have garnered attention in the architectural community, particularly in the younger generation, through dozens of workshops and other well-attended design events. He is a 2017 Dubin Young Architect Award winner as well as a 2018 National AIA Young Architect Award winner.

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: ‘AEC can has Blockchains?’
Accelerate Live! talk: ‘AEC can has Blockchains?’

 

SUMMARY
Our industry loves to talk about a future that looks like manufacturing—an integrated supply chain, offsite fabrication, robots, and IoT. The advancements that enabled this within the automotive and aviation markets were partly based on technology, but also because of strong OEMs that could benefit from an integrated supply chain. 

AECO has no “owner.” We certainly have owners of buildings, but most aren't habitual builders, and thus expect the practitioners to know how to deliver a great product. So how do you make a supply chain that benefits all parties within the industry without an process owner? 

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago),  HOK’s Greg Schleusner talks about the need for a consortia-led technology company that would serve the role of industry advocate. Its mission would be to serve the industry, its members, and the users of buildings. 

It would steal the best ideas from manufacturing (think smart fabrication), banking (think Bitcoin), the Internet, and others, and help modernize our continuously under-performing industry.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Greg Schleusner, AIA
Principal, Director of Design Technology Innovation
HOK

Greg Schleusner is a Principal and Director of Design Technology Innovation at HOK. In this role, he guides the firm in researching and adoption of new technologies ranging from data management to computational design. Schleusner is an advocate of open standards in AECO. He leads technical efforts within buildingSMART International as chair of the Technical Room. He is guiding the development of open source efforts around BSI standards and the development of a larger technical road-map for buildingSMART. Schleusner has an undergraduate degree in Architecture from Iowa State University and a Master's in Technology Management from Columbia.

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: How advanced digital fabrication techniques are driving design innovation
Accelerate Live! talk: How advanced digital fabrication techniques are driving design innovation

 

SUMMARY
New fabrication techniques are driving design innovation. They have the potential to inspire new materials, means, and methods in conventional building construction. 

At Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, we believe it is possible to discover new forms of architectural expression and unlock added layers of character and richness in design by working backwards from material and tool. Integrating data-rich workflows into our design process affords us the capability to embed large amounts of detail into our parametric models in a flexible and rigorous manner, making direct collaboration with fabricators possible.

The result is a continuum between design and fabrication that has the potential to realize a more integrated, sustainable, and expressive built environment through a more cooperative process. 

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), SOM’s Lucas Tryggestad and Kyle Vansice explore how advanced digital fabrication techniques can create unprecedented innovation and efficiency in the design and delivery process.

They kick off their talk with AMIE 1.0, a breakthrough 3D-printed building project led SOM.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Lucas Tryggestad, AIA, LEED AP
Technical Director
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Lucas Tryggestad is Technical Director in the Chicago office of SOM, where he aligns project design concepts with technical solutions that are integral to the design process. With a portfolio that includes projects in the Chicago area and around the world, Tryggestad specializes in designing and realizing technically complex building systems. Interested in the craft of architecture, digital design, and quality project delivery, Tryggestad is involved in projects from conceptual development to execution. His hands-on, synergistic team approach leads to innovative projects that elevate design and technology standards and demonstrates his strong commitment to SOM's integrated approach to planning, architecture, and engineering. Tryggestad served as a lead technical designer on 401 North Wabash Avenue in Chicago, the city's second tallest building; OKO Tower in Moscow; The Broadgate Tower and 201 Bishopsgate in London; and the Bank of China Headquarters in Ningbo, among other projects.

Kyle Vansice
Architectural Professional
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Kyle Vansice is an Architectural Designer and Researcher at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and a Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he teaches parametric modeling and digital design. Vansice is a graduate of Iowa State University, with a MArch; MEng in Civil - Structural Engineering; Masters of Science, Human Computer Interaction; and a BS in Construction Engineering.

 

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AMIE 1.0 overview

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: AEC + Data + AI — Poison for some, elixir for others
Accelerate Live! talk: AEC + Data + AI — Poison for some, elixir for others

 

SUMMARY
Many projects currently requiring an AE firm will convert in the near future to clients’ in-house, real-time continuous operations, eliminating AE involvement. Efforts that do remain “projects” will have greatly reduced staff, and much of the key work will be performed by nontraditional AE team members and automated systems. 

These changes are driven by four factors, including the boom in real-time data sources and the increasingly powerful and inexpensive computation power and storage. 

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), predictive analytics expert David Morgareidge tracks these trends through the lens of his own work and suggest steps that AE firms can take today if they want to survive AECO digital transformation.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
David L. Morgareidge
Predictive Analytics Director, Associate Principal
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David Morgareidge has spent his 39-year, international design career focused on objective, quantitative facility performance optimization through the use of virtual, digital design environments. Early work included architectural energy analysis and IT leadership positions, including that of CIO. For the past nine years, he has applied predictive analytics to analyze and optimize clients' operational and financial performance, assuring that form actually does follow function. Utilizing discrete event simulation software, statistical analysis tools, lean techniques and Six Sigma methods, David models and optimizes the interdependent and synergistic relationships among facility spatial, technological, staff, customer, schedule, transport and work process elements. His projects' ROIs average between 10:1 and 20:1, with several engagements resulting in multi-million dollar construction and operational cost savings. In addition to work in the civilian sector, he has also performed simulation studies and developed standards for the Department of Defense's Military Health System and he is currently executing several projects for the US Army. David is pursuing foreign work in the UK, Germany, Australia, and Singapore and is a member of the Thought Leadership committee of the buildingSMART alliance.

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: AEC data hunter - How a Fortune 500 data guru is transforming a construction giant
Accelerate Live! talk: AEC data hunter - How a Fortune 500 data guru is transforming a construction giant

 

SUMMARY
Data expert Catherine Rose spent 15 years in supply chain management, finance, and product management at Procter & Gamble, Duke Energy, and Philips Healthcare. 

Now she's applying her PhD in mechanical engineering—and her MBA in finance and data-driven decision making—in the construction field. 

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), Rose shares how data-driven decision making is transforming construction operations and business operations at Skanska USA. 

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Catherine Rose, PhD
MBA, Director of Staff Development 
Skanska USA
Catherine Rose, PhD, leads development efforts for technical skills, software tool adoption and innovation at Skanska USA Building. As the Director of VDC Staff Development, she facilitates the University of Washington-Skanska Professional BIM Certificate Program. She is also a community manager for our Autodesk technical expert groups nationally. Dr. Rose works closely with the Preconstruction and Planning department and BIM360 Field Implementation Managers to promote innovation and tool use across the country. Previously, Rose led all sales, marketing and research initiatives for Philips Healthcare Lighting. She has been awarded Edison Awards for her innovative inventions: LightAide and HealWell. She graduated from Stanford University with her Doctorate and Masters in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA in Finance from University of Massachusetts Lowell. She graduated summa cum laude with degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Spanish from North Carolina State University. Dr. Rose is a former adjunct faculty at Merrimack College in Operations Management.

 

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Accelerate Live! talk: Seven technologies that restore glory to the master builder
Accelerate Live! talk: Seven technologies that restore glory to the master builder

 

SUMMARY

Artificial intelligence, computer vision, real-time rendering, drones, robotics, augmented reality, virtual reality. If you feel like your head is spinning from trying to keep up with the advancements occurring in the AEC market, let Rohit Arora provide a little clarity.

Arora has spent more than 18 years on the tech side of the industry, working for a mix of software companies, design firms, startups, and construction firms.

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), he outlines emerging innovations that are poised to transform how we design and build structures in the near future. 

“What seemed like science fiction just a few years ago, is now coming together in a way that'll change how we build in the near future,” says Arora. “These have the potential to enable the designer/architect to (re)take on the role the master builder, as the one directly enabling constructing at the site.”

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Rohit Arora
Founder
Vin'R Technologies

Rohit Arora is an AEC technologist, educated as a design and construction architect. He "interned" as an architect for five years before embarking on an adventurous journey as a technology consultant, trainer, design technology manager, and quality engineer. A technology trend hunter who avidly tracks and applies innovation to the profession. He is an Autodesk Certified Professional in AutoCAD and Revit, with 20 years of industry experience. He holds an MBA in Technology & Entrepreneurship from the University of California, Davis, and has worked in leadership roles for multiple San Francisco Bay area startups.

 

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Proven silicone solutions from Dow Corning

Joy Govitz takes us through some of the rich history of silicone solutions from Dow Corning at AIA 2017. Watch this video to see some of the versatile product offerings featured at the show.

Proven silicone solutions from Dow Corning
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Accelerate Live! talk: Scaling change in a changing industry, Chris Mayer, Suffolk Construction

 

In the GC community, Suffolk Construction was one of the first to not only recognize the potential of emerging technologies, like drones and reality capture, but to establish a formal process for vetting these tools.

The firm established R&D teams across the organization to pilot technologies on actual projects. If the desired results were achieved, the team would then evaluate the scalability across the organization.

It all sounds so simple, right? Well it’s not.

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 11, 2017, Chicago), Chris Mayer, Suffolk’s Chief Innovation Officer, talks about the firm’s framework for vetting and implementing new technologies and processes.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Chris Mayer is the Executive Vice President & Chief Innovation Officer at Suffolk Construction. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing the company's innovation initiatives, managing their execution, and measuring their results to achieve safer and more affordable building. In addition, Chris heads up Suffolk's Innovation Committee, which is focused on identifying new innovations and testing them for feasibility. Prior to joining Suffolk, Chris was a consultant in the digital media and online education industries where his focus was on developing strategic technology plans that align with, and enable, successful business growth. Chris also worked as the Publisher of the Boston Globe newspaper and websites for four years and worked at the news organization for nearly 30 years. He oversaw the Globe's two-brand online strategy, developed new technologies that allowed subscribers to access Globe content on smartphones and tablets, and launched RadioBDC which introduced the Globe to a new digital radio audience. Chris currently serves on the board of Community Servings, a not-for-profit food and nutrition program that provides services throughout Massachusetts to individuals and families living with critical and chronic illnesses. Chris received his Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Yale University.

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Accelerate Live! talk: Scaling change in a changing industry, Chris Mayer, Suffolk Construction
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An energy-efficient innovation from Dryvit provides the look of brick

Discover the simplicity and flexibility of NewBrick™, featured at the Dryvit booth at AIA 2017. Watch this video and get an architect's perspective on the impact this solution will have on the industry.

An energy-efficient innovation from Dryvit provides the look of brick
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Discover whole wall solutions from CENTRIA

Jeff Peskowitz of CENTRIA discusses several of the innovative products featured at AIA 2017. Watch this video to learn about some of their unique options for metal wall and roof systems.

Discover whole wall solutions from CENTRIA
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Project-driven solutions from Deltek

We caught up with Zak Ruck at AIA 2017 to walk through some of the key solutions Deltek offers to AEC industries. Watch this video for a brief overview of the types of tools and systems available to architects to help improve efficiency.

Project-driven solutions from Deltek
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Improve indoor air quality with Nedlaw Living Walls

Join us as Randy Walden of Nedlaw explains the amazing technology behind their living wall biofilter at AIA 2017. Learn more about this innovative product and how it can pay for itself in just 3-5 years.

Improve indoor air quality with Nedlaw Living Walls
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ROXUL announces no-added formaldehyde product

Kim Friedrich of ROXUL announces their new no-added formaldehyde stone wool insulation product at AIA 2017. Watch this video to learn more about this new product and the benefits of their stone wool insulation.

ROXUL announces no-added formaldehyde product
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Discover the benefits of ICFs from NUDURA

Andy Horgan of NUDURA describes the structure and function of Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) at AIA 2017. Watch this video and learn how ICFs have become one of the most energy efficient and airtight wall systems available.

 

Discover the benefits of ICFs from NUDURA

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Architect educational support from ZIP System® sheathing and tape

Don Simon, Manager Education and Training, discusses how Huber Engineered Woods is dedicated to providing education and support to multifamily teams from specification details to jobsite mock-walls and beyond at Greenbuild 2017.

Architect educational support from ZIP System® sheathing and tape
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SageGlass continues to provide dynamic and innovative products

In this video, we check in with SageGlass at Greenbuild 2017 in Boston. Learn about some of the ways they are using electrochromic dynamic glass to promote comfort and productivity for the occupant in a variety of settings, while also providing architects with more design freedom.

 

SageGlass continues to provide dynamic and innovative products
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Tour of GreenZone 2016
Tour of GreenZone 2016
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LaCantina Doors in GreenZone 2016 at Greenbuild
LaCantina Doors in GreenZone 2016 at Greenbuild
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Valspar in GreenZone 2016 at Greenbuild
Valspar in GreenZone 2016 at Greenbuild
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Nora Systems at GreenZone 2016 in Greenbuild
Nora Systems at GreenZone 2016 in Greenbuild
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MechoSystems at GreenZone 2016 in Greenbuild
MechoSystems at GreenZone 2016 in Greenbuild
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LG at GreenZone 2016 in Greenbuild
LG at GreenZone 2016 in Greenbuild

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Inside Valspar - Episode 1 (Color)
Inside Valspar - Episode 1 (Color)
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Inside Valspar - Episode 2 (Collaboration)
Inside Valspar - Episode 2 (Collaboration)
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Inside Valspar - Episode 3 (Confidence)
Inside Valspar - Episode 3 (Confidence)
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Inside Western Window Systems - Episode 3 (Partnership)
Inside Western Window Systems - Episode 3 (Partnership)
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Inside Western Window Systems - Episode 2 (Innovation)
Inside Western Window Systems - Episode 2 (Innovation)
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Inside Western Window Systems - Episode 1 (Excellence)
Inside Western Window Systems - Episode 1 (Excellence)

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Water treatment facility renovation benefits from laser scanning technology

When JRA Architects were contracted to modernize a water treatment facility from the late 1800s, they reached out to Ayoroa Simmons for help with assessing the current structures. Learn how the data captured by FARO® laser scanners helped create a clear, comprehensive view of the renovation in much less time than traditional field measuring methods.

Water treatment facility renovation benefits from laser scanning technology
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See how laser scanner technology has changed the way this company approaches problem-solving

Robins & Morton is a general contractor and construction management firm that has been using laser scanners from FARO to identify and solve problems on the job. Take an inside look at how this innovative technology has saved time, money, and set this company apart in the market.

See how laser scanner technology has changed the way this company approaches problem-solving

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Water treatment facility renovation benefits from laser scanning technology

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Water treatment facility renovation benefits from laser scanning technology
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Butt-Glazed Fire-Resistive System from Technical Glass Products

The Fireframes ClearView™ System is comprised of butt-glazed Pilkington Pyrostop® low-iron fire-rated and impact safety-rated glass with a heat-resistive perimeter frame.

Butt-Glazed Fire-Resistive System from Technical Glass Products
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An Inside Look at SAFTI FIRST

Go behind-the-scenes to discover the advantages of partnering with the only single-source, vertically-integrated, fire-rated glazing systems manufacturer in the USA.

An Inside Look at SAFTI FIRST
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Architect educational support from ZIP System® sheathing and tape

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Fire-Resistive Aluminum Frames from TGP

Fireframes® Aluminum Series provides a barrier to radiant and conductive heat transfer. The narrow profiles allow unlimited areas of glazing in fire separations.

Fire-Resistive Aluminum Frames from TGP
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SageGlass continues to provide dynamic and innovative products

In this video, we check in with SageGlass at Greenbuild 2017 in Boston. Learn about some of the ways they are using electrochromic dynamic glass to promote comfort and productivity for the occupant in a variety of settings, while also providing architects with more design freedom.

 

SageGlass continues to provide dynamic and innovative products
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Hotel & resort planning solutions

Smart design means simplifying the lodging experience. dormakaba is unmatched in quality and service among global companies that supply the full range of hospitality solutions. For more information visit dormakaba.us.

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