Skylights can have a dramatic impact on the interior of a building.
"What kind of junk do you have in those boxes, grandpa?"
McLeod’s Commandments have proven to be timeless.
By now every method of invoice numbering has probably been tried.
However, this one is the best.
Metal Stairs are used for fire exits, industrial buildings and and other "backstage" locations.
Stairs can ruin the design budget. Early planning is the antidote.
The Knotel phenomenon is worth studying to see how safe you are.
A Building Committee seems to be the preferred project management method for non-profits, church-based organizations and higher education.
Typical Wall Details are a handy way to define multiple interior walls in great detail - just once.
I have Kraig Kramers to thank for describing how this tool works.
The tool is called a ’Trailing 12 Month’ chart.
The master deliverables checklist and its many uses.
I would rather control how trenches are backfilled with this simple detail.
That one thing that is common to all public clients...
This is not at all obvious, but here is how it works.
Low-Rise Curtain Walls provide wall and windows in one system.
It is simple math and there is no way around it.
Do you have a detail or a process that you would be willing to share?