Construction Management or At-Risk Construction Management?

Learning about an industry you have no experience in is hard; sometimes, the jargon and lingo used can seem like a foreign language! The problem is, if you’re a customer of an industry, learning what’s what is a necessary task, because it helps you make the right buying decision and gives you more autonomy.

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What is Construction Management At-Risk?

Construction management at-risk (CMAR) is a widely-used construction management method for the operations and completions of projects. It generally helps speed the construction process along, which in turn, saves the client money.

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How Our Architectural Design Process Stands Out

An architect is responsible for the creative aspect of your construction project—that is, the aesthetic of your building. This aesthetic sends a message to your customers about your company brand, such as your attitudes and the type of service you provide.

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Considering Ground Stability Before Commencing a Project

Have you ever heard that metaphor about the ground shifting beneath one’s feet? It certainly doesn’t entail anything pleasant. It implies change, but of the destructive, life-shaking kind that may or may not be survivable.

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Green Architecture: The Basics

Eco-friendly building systems must be both built green and maintained green. That means everything, down to the architecture, design, and maintenance, throughout the building’s lifespan must be considered eco-friendly. 

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AR Meets Architecture: How Augmented Reality influences Architectural Design

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) has had immense influences on the field and study of architecture. It’s a widely used tool; universities, offices, homeowners, and interior designers all take advantage of it.

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4 Ways to Smooth Along the Construction Process

Many people aren’t aware of what exactly goes into the commercial construction process, even before they start. Or, learning about all the facets and elements leave them hopelessly confused; as one can imagine, balancing attractive architectural design and sound, sensible commercial construction is no easy task. 

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Why Experience Matters in Commercial Construction

Experience matters, especially in commercial construction. That is because inexperience can lead to mistakes, and simple mistakes can result in missed project deadlines or exceeding the agreed upon budget.

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Efficiency Tips for Your Building This Spring and Summer

Spring is associated with renewal and a fresh start, so it is a great time to make sure your commercial building is ready for spring and summer.

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Current Trends in Municipal Buildings

There is a lot to consider when embarking on a municipal construction project: location, cost, size, future needs of the community — the list goes on and on.

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