Jeremy Billig, PEPresident COVID-19 accelerated the trending move to bring high-quality healthcare from hospitals directly to underserved parts of the community and into patient homes. As such, it hurried the adaptation of emerging technology and interoperability initiatives like telehealth. The pandemic also solidified the necessity of trends like community based-outpatient models of value healthcare and […]READ MORE
Monumental stairs are a major architectural feature in high-end designs of all types of commercial, institutional, and residential/mixed-use developments. As designers continue to push the envelope of material properties, producing ever-more beautifully complex, slender, and awe-inspiring forms, the tendency of these forms to resonate (or vibrate) in response to human activity, is becoming an increasing concern. As a result, mitigation of vibration issues has become a primary driver of the structural design of stair systems in many cases.READ MORE
MGM Theater is Asia’s first truly adaptive and dynamic performance venue installed with the world’s largest reconfigurable 4k LED wall for a fully immersive theatrical experience. Engineered by McLaren, the nearly 10,000 sq ft of LED display screens stands roughly 200 feet long end to end and wraps around nearly half the perimeter of the performance space.READ MORE
Modern urban planning has been struggling to rise above the challenges being posed by urban density, economic constraints, geographic barriers and an ever-growing carbon footprint. Major metropolitan areas in the United States grappling with congestion and traffic issues have recently begun considering a progressive, cost-effective and innovative way to move people—urban aerial ropeway gondolas.
The Capital District in New York represents an ideal location for an aerial ropeway installation.READ MORE
With many subways and buses at near or full capacity and the highest commute time of any major US city, New York has been finding options to bring the best service and quality-of-life to residents and commuters at the water’s edge. With top priority placed on expanding citywide connectivity and modernizing infrastructure across all five boroughs, the waters around New York City have become part of the solution.READ MORE
Is the Drive-In Experience Really Safe? With Covid-19 forcing the entertainment industry to reimagine a “new-normal” for the upcoming summer season, business owners are scrambling for innovative and safe ways to generate socially distanced events. The biggest challenge centers around how to bring the public together, while avoiding tightly packed gatherings and providing a new standard of cleanliness demanded by both patrons and local authorities. One solution gaining much traction across the nation is the resurgence of the drive-in movie theater.READ MORE
A historic transformation of the Long Island Railroad has recently been underway to strengthen the region’s transportation infrastructure and usher in a new era of economic growth. By rebuilding the LIRR Post Avenue Bridge and paving the way for the historic Third Track project, we are showing that it’s possible to upgrade the rail on time, on budget, and with community input at every step of the way. While others talk about infrastructure, New York is getting it done”. With the complete renovation of the LIRR line, New York has aimed to make significant upgrades to its infrastructure and service, incorporating the considerations of the community throughout the entire scope of the project.READ MORE