Tag: design

Filling the Gaps in the DOT Data Flow

By Cyndee Hoagland A steady stream of new and innovative technologies have poured into the construction space over the last decade, including machine control, 3D...

Sustainability Perspectives

By Jamie Claire Kiser With this month’s issue focused on sustainability, an alternative view on what it truly means to be a sustainable organization seems...

5 Keys to Designing Earthquake-Resistant Buildings

By Emily Newton When professionals design and construct buildings, they assess how to reduce risks. Following the applicable codes is one way to do...

Designing an Earthquake Resistant Stadium in Ten Months with Constructible BIM

Japan sits in the Pacific Ring of Fire, where several continental and oceanic plates meet, making it highly susceptible to earthquakes and tidal waves....

Why it’s time for the Industry to Wake up to Bridge Rehabilitation

It’s unfortunate that it took a tragedy such as Morandi Bridge collapse for many in the industry to finally sit up and take notice...

Designing and Building Sustainable Multi-Use Trails Using 3D Soil Confinement

Trails and greenways play a vital role in communities by preserving and creating open spaces for low or no-cost outdoor recreation. They encourage people...

The Value of Connected Projects: From Design and Build to Operate and Maintain

By Marcel Broekmaat This year especially, we’ve seen the many ways that technology is transforming construction– from the design and build process to how structures...

Driving Change

By Chad Clinehens We live in a world of change, especially now. COVID-19 forced all of us into a dramatic state of change, almost overnight,...

WARE MALCOMB ANNOUNCES PROMOTION OF ALICIA ZARO TO DIRECTOR IN LOS ANGELES OFFICE

LOS ANGELES  – Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced Alicia Zaro has been promoted to Director, Interior Architecture & Design in the firm’s...

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