Structural Gymnastics in the Transportation Center
The project includes a total of 27 work bays, including spaces for testing and diagnosis of electric vehicles, faculty offices, classrooms, a dynamometer room, equipment storage, and a large public entry. The unique utility of the building governed its placement, such as the clearance necessary for cars to drive around the lobby and into the work bays. In addition, the structural design focuses on responding to flexibility and visibility, resulting in a state-of-the-art, hands-on learning environment reflected in the vast amount of exposed steel.
In the Media
Messaging Sustainability Outcomes in the Built Environment
In Research Design Connections, the team explains a three-path approach to communicating sustainable outcomes for the built environment.
Archinect Announces Chicago’s First Mass Timber Office Building
DLR Group and Hines will collaborate on a T3 project – timber, transit, and technology – in Chicago’s North Branch Framework corridor.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce Connects with New CEO
CEO Steven McKay, RIBA, LEED AP, connected with the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce to discuss the future of the firm and the legacy he aims to build.
The New European Bauhaus: An Opportunity to Revisit the Way We Think About Prisons
Marayca Lopez dives in to what the New European Bauhaus means for the future of correctional facilities with Justice Trends.
Here to There: A Journal to Excellence and Equity in Philadelphia
Troy Glover’s piece in Essentials magazine shows how systemic change in planning, design, and construction results in equitable environments for students.