FeaturedENR: Hockey Arena Skates Ahead of Shutdowns
January 20, 2021"The journey for the 19,000-seat UBS Arena, which broke ground in September 2019, was on a fast track when the project team faced a major obstacle—a nearly 50-day work stoppage from late March to late May last year under a COVID-19 pandemic lockdown."
BizJournel: New Record-Breaking Design Approved For Mass Timber Tower
March 09, 2020"The potential world record-breaking Ascent mass timber tower in Milwaukee took two potentially big steps forward Monday on duel efforts located about 1,300 miles apart."
Architect's Newpaper: Knight Campus takes shape with a double-glass facade
March 04, 2020"The project is a collaboration between design architect Ennead Architects and architect-of-record Bora Architects, with Thornton Tomasetti acting as facade consultant, and will enclose state-of-the-art research facilities with a double-skin of fritted glass and an Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) membrane."
Embodied Carbon Measurement Tool BEACON Launches
January 08, 2020We have launched Beacon, an innovative embodied carbon measurement tool poised to change the way structural engineers understand and manage embodied carbon optimization.
DailyHive: This Is The Design Of The Canada Pavilion At Expo 2020 Dubai
January 06, 2020"Construction is well underway on the Canada Pavilion for Expo 2020 in Dubai, which will mark the first time Canada has participated in the World’s Fair since Expo 2020 in Shanghai."
Canadian Architect: West Don Lands Block 8
November 29, 2019"Block 8 is a three-building development in Toronto’s 80-hectare West Don Lands. The brownfield site has a patchwork of neighbours: the brick warehouses of the Distillery District, the glass and steel of the Canary District, and the last vestiges of an industrial waterfront."
Block 185 Takes Shape
November 15, 2019Austin, Texas, saw one of its largest concrete pours ever, as 8,650 cubic yards were placed late last month for the Block 185 office tower’s mat foundation.
Embodied Carbon Measurement Study
November 14, 2019We have released results from our multi-year, project-based embodied carbon measurement study, identifying the type of structures, materials and components with the highest carbon emissions.