Tag: Utilities

Florida Committee Heads off Construction Conflicts among Utilities, FDOT, Contractors

By Bruce Herrington Sometimes the two greatest tools at an engineer’s disposal are a phone and the right number to call. One day not too long ago, one of our clients, a major telecom firm, found itself facing a potential delay claim due to not having its facilities relocated along a section of a roadway… Read More »

Campus Planning and Development: A Learning Experience

The buildings and grounds of any campus – educational, health care, governmental, industrial – vary widely in their plan and design. But campuses are similar in that each piece must function well as part of the bigger operation. Whether the campus exists to teach the next generation of scholars or to develop a product for… Read More »

Successful Campus Projects Share Traits in Common

By Disa Wahlstrand, PE, LEED AP Campuses come in all shapes and sizes, ranging in use from education to health care to industry. Every campus has unique needs and challenges specific to the type of service they provide. Yet from an engineering perspective, many campuses – whatever their use – also have similar traits and… Read More »