One of the more important qualifications on my architectural resume is having an NCARB Certificate. But what exactly is an NCARB certificate, who needs one and how do you get one? NCARB is the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. NCARB is a non-profit federation of architectural boards that promotes standards between boards and is [...]
EVstudio was recently hired to consult on the installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on the Knights of Columbus Building in Thornton, Colorado. Many businesses are considering the addition of solar panels to their buildings not only to help offset their energy costs, but because of the current tax incentives make installing panels more affordable [...]
In an sustained effort to continue growing our scope of services in multiple markets, EVstudio is proud to bring Dave Buesser, PE onto our dynamic and growing team of professionals. Dave has a strong background in mechanical, plumbing and process mechanical engineering and energy services in a broad range of markets including healthcare, higher ed, [...]
The Five-Minute Walk is a standard that is best described as the average distance that a pedestrian is willing to walk before opting to drive. The unit of measurement is commonplace in the planning profession and is often represented by a radius measuring ¼ of a mile.
I was recently up to our Evergreen office for a meeting on a new custom home we are doing. The road I take happens to go past an office remodel of ours which is currently under construction. Previously this building had office space and two residential rental units. The interior was completely gutted and re-worked. The ample [...]