Smart technology is changing more than how we live at home it is changing our work place, too. Designing smart buildings helps to improve efficiencies, such as optimizing building operations, which leads to controlling costs.
Smart home technology is growing by leaps and bounds. From home video surveillance cameras to thermostats that can be controlled from your cell phone and smart refrigerators that display the family calendar, these technology forward IoT devices are here to stay.
The concept of the office break room has evolved from a space to grab a cup of coffee or microwave lunch to a place to socialize, relax and even work.
Construction projects are fluid – any number of issues can arise. Cost overruns. Delays in a product’s delivery. Miscommunication.
For some projects a detailed preconstruction plan is the best way to provide owners with a formal approach that includes preliminary planning and engineering to define the project, identify potential problems and analyze the costs.
With the number of Millennials in the workplace growing quickly, this segment is redefining how work space is designed.
Today’s green building industry is big business. Green and sustainable construction has evolved considerably since the movement began more than 20 years ago.
As neighborhoods evolve and urban infill projects alter the landscape and the dynamic of an area, older or struggling areas can be revitalized.