August 2010: Design/Build

 

Integrated project delivery (IPD) is defined by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in its 20

Standard 189.1, the Standard for the Design of High-Performance, Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Res

(Editor's Note: This article is a follow-up to Joe Kelly's full profile report in the July issue.

Last month’s column used the BP oil spill as an example of the risk associated with a “good enough”


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August 2010
Splicing fiber optic cables is the main means of connecting fibers in outside plant installations and is even used in some premises applications, but it is not as familiar to READ MORE
August 2010
Renewable power faces many challenges in the quest for greater adoption nationwide. READ MORE
August 2010
My August 2007 article, “Isolated Ground Receptacles,” questions whether isolated ground (IG) receptacles should be permitted in a patient care area. READ MORE
August 2010
While the rhetoric about U.S. dependency on foreign oil continues unabated, a counter development is quietly taking place. READ MORE
August 2010
Sustainable design depends on a comprehensive understanding of a building’s siting and systems, so it seems reasonable to assume a more integrated design and construction pro READ MORE

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