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The team of engineers at Missoula, Mt.-based Associated Construction Engineering strives to provide the right level of comfort on every commercial application it designs for its clients.
The opening of the Cleveland Clinic’s Sydell & Arnold Miller Family Pavilion and the Glickman Tower marked the completion of the most significant expansion project in the organization’s history. The $504 million project included a 1.3 million-sq.-ft. pavilion and tower that consolidated health-care units spread throughout the Cleveland campus.
It’s no secret Colorado boats some of the best skiing opportunities for locals and tourists. And just 30 miles west of the renowned ski town of Vail, resides another gem in the form of a state-of-the-art facility that trains Colorado National Guard helicopter pilots.
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The design and construction of the Temecula Valley Hospital in Temecula, Calif., raises the bar for efficient, integrated delivery of health-care facilities. With a design and construction team made up of seven partners that signed a single integrated form of agreement, the five-story, 178,000-sq.-ft. hospital was completed from the ground-up for $157 million.
Talk about making the grade. Two educational facilities in the Northeast dug deep and selected geothermal applications to provide heating and cooling for their campuses.
Originally made up of two teaching hospitals, the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans (commonly known as the LSU Medical School in New Orleans) was forced to shut its doors in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Bosch Experience Center (BEC) wins Light Commercial Project of the Year award.
Kurt Dietrich is not a stranger to designing water spray parks for the Town of Babylon, N.Y. Over the past few years, Dietrich, an associate partner with the Mineola, N.Y.-based Sidney B. Bowne & Son engineering firm, designed two other spray parks for the Long Island community.
When a project at the National Academy of Sciences building in the nation’s capital gets dropped on your desk, you want to impress.