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A Veteran’s View, Part 2: Mind the Details

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Moments after boarding the bus to Milwaukee to begin her career in the Navy, Pinkie Wood received a phone call offering her an EMT job in her sleepy […]

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A Veteran’s View: The Next Mission

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For four years, Larry served as a Navy coxswain, driving and navigating a variety of small watercraft, from 40-foot personnel transporters to rigid inflatable boats, that move troops ashore […]

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Greer Environmental Sciences Center: Educating from the Inside

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Buildings that strive to meet LEED standards are increasingly used to teach students and visitors more about sustaining the world around them. When the Virginia Wesleyan University Greer Environmental […]

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Planning for and dealing with “blue marl” in earthen excavations

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Site due diligence, including soil borings and soil testing, is a critical first step in the design and construction process. Across Virginia, and particularly throughout the Central Virginia […]

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Building and designing college and university STEM facilities

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To meet the workforce demands of the future, America needs well-trained college graduates majoring in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health, a field commonly known as STEM education. […]

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Getting to the Right Idea First: 4 Tips to Help Compare Bids

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When you go out to bid on a project, every contractor gets the same questions. But the answers you will receive – and the costs on each line […]

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Remaining flexible as a construction management firm

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As a construction management firm, we do our best to plan for sequencing and keep development on schedule, but some projects require additional flexibility. When Union Mission Ministries […]

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Funding, Donations and Zoning for Non-Profit Projects

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Though standard commercial developments and private non-profit developments have many similarities, there are differences between the two that create unique challenges for non-profit projects. Although most design standards, […]

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Preserving History and Maintaining Schedule: Working with DHR

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As cities expand and neighborhoods thrive, it’s critical to keep the integrity of historic buildings while also modernizing them to the times and preserving them for the future. […]

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Why Rebuild?

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Location matters – a universal truth in almost all types of development projects. With the recent push towards sustainable living comes a demand for housing in easily accessed […]

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