Case Studies Civil

Doucet & Associates

The common understanding of LEED-certified projects regards building design and orientation, lighting, utility consumption and other elements that typically fall under the bailiwick of an architect or mechanical/electrical/plumbing engineer. However, other technical disciplines have increasingly become integral team members for a sustainable project. Doucet & Associates (D&A), a Texas-based engineering firm, is attempting to bring […]

Dees–Hennessey Inc.

Since 1985, Dees-Hennessey Inc. (Dees-Hennessey) has been one of northern California’s most trusted locally-owned and -operated shotcrete and shoring contractors. Based in San Carlos, Calif., the company serves a wide range of public and private clients, providing safer, more cost-effective building solutions. Dan Evans, now president of Dees-Hennessey, joined the company in 1986, gradually working […]

Design Partners Inc.

Design Partners Inc. (DPI) was founded in 1979. Ten years prior, Vernon Inoshita, president and CEO of DPI, graduated from the University of Southern California. “I had cousins who were architects,” he recounts. “After graduation I worked in Michigan with the firm that had designed the World trade Center.” Inoshita’s strong level of experience and […]

Dattner Architects

Dattner Architects (Dattner) immediately established a reputation for building cutting-edge, high-end civic buildings after its 1964 founding in New York City. Over the next five decades Dattner’s innovative design approach and broad client base has allowed the company to grow to a team of 70, all located in Dattner’s Manhattan office. The team represents a […]



Spring 2018



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