Canadian Valley School, Precast Educational Facilities

High-Performance and Resilient Precast Educational Facilities (2022)

High Performance and Resilient Precast Educational Facilities The evolving construction industry, recent code changes, increasing sustainability requirements, and a challenging economy are just some of the factors increasing demand for safe, healthy, high-performance precast educational facilities. Today’s schools are more than just buildings; they are interactive learning environments. They are gathering places. They are safe…

life-cycle Inventory, embodied carbon reduction

Implementing Embodied Carbon Reduction Requirements

Watch Now Implementing Embodied Carbon Reduction Requirements Live: Thursday, August 11, 2022, 12 PM Central Implementing embodied carbon reduction requirements: When, where, why, and how. Embodied-carbon requirements are being implemented in various ways and at different stages of the project design, from “Buy Clean” programs, to specification language, to owners and above-code programs that establish…

City of Austin Permitting & Development Center Parking Garage

Best Mixed-Use ParkingAustin Permitting and Development Center Parking GarageAustin Permitting and Development Center Parking Garage Description The Austin Permitting and Development Center Parking Garage project is just one component of the larger Highland Mall redevelopment that has revitalized and increased density in and around Austin’s original indoor shopping mall. The City of Austin Planning &…

Sargent Beach Bridge

Best Bridge Design & ManufactureSargent Beach BridgeDescription The FM 457 Sargent Beach Bridge bridge in Sargent was in need of replacement because of its age and the high maintenance costs associated with its upkeep. TxDOT proposed to replace the swing bridge with a concrete bridge that would span the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway to provide access…

Cole Park Pier

Best Marine UseCole Park PierCole Park Pier Description An icon of the Corpus Christi waterfront, the original Cole Park Pier was a wooden structure, built-in 1938, designed to provide residents and visitors of Corpus Christi with opportunities for swimming and fishing. In 1946, the pier was removed due to being severely damaged by a hurricane…