Tag Archive: construction
I am spending a week in Louisville with family and I slid out for a bit to take a look at a couple of buildings that I remember fondly from growing up here. The first building is really only a small structure, a park gateway that was located across the street from my Dad’s office […]
The shipping container house that we have been working on for quite a while has finally started to take shape. The first box was delivered on Wednesday, lifted high above the neighborhood and swung into place on the second story. Another container will be set in a few months immediate to the north of this […]
We haven’t added new blog posts in quite a while as we have been more than ordinarily busy with a new joint venture – ACI design/build. Jim Walker and I have been friends since our Chicago-days, now almost 16 years ago. Jim is also an architect and he has spent many years with New York […]
It has been a very busy number of weeks here with quite a few projects in construction and a few in development stages. The postings to this blog have been few, but the activity here has been breakneck. The project shown above, in South Boulder, has been moving along and is another joint venture, design/build […]
a case against the design and construction of modular houses as a substitute for architecture made site-, and client-specific.
In many ways, building or remodeling is about the most local, job-creating activity within the economy. Unless your construction is from very unconventional materials, they are most likely sourced relatively closely to the place of construction. ”Local” may mean the US, not the preferred 500 mile definition, but very few of the things consumers typically […]
Eighteen months after the devastating Fourmile Fire swept away so many houses in the western foothills of Boulder, we have finally completed construction on a new home for Lynn and John Stasz. Like all projects it has been an exciting, frustrating and time-consuming task for everyone involved. This has been especially true for Lynn and […]