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Bullitt Center: Engineering For the "Greenest Office Building in the World"

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The Bullitt Center was a game-changer. While none of the individual green technologies contained in the 55,000-sf, six-story office building are unique, no one had ever used them so comprehensively to create a truly self-sufficient structure. And building the “greenest commercial building in the world” wouldn’t have been possible without the innovative structural design solutions of DCI Engineers.


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How to Thrive in A/E/C Careers and Business

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No matter what level of experience you have, most A/E/C firms or companies across the country expect their staff to persistently network, represent the firm, stand out to potential clients, and be remembered when those clients consider your firm for their project. Not all lines of work emphasize this strategy, but in the A/E/C industries the culture of engagement, business networking, and collaboration are paramount in running a competitive firm.


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Structural Design for Exhibits

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DCI Engineers Exhibit Engineering

You’d think an engineer who spends his days thinking in terms of thousands of pounds, dozens of stories and millions of dollars would find the prospect of designing the structural support for a set of dinosaur bones a bit blasé. But small doesn’t always mean simple; engineering for exhibit work offers a unique set of challenges that sometimes require unconventional design solutions.


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The Concept of Engineering

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Engineering is Elementary

One of the first kids’ books I remember was Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel. The story is about an equipment operator and his steam shovel named Mary Anne who are driven away from the city to find work in a smaller town. When they reached Popperville, the pair promised the townspeople they could “dig a cellar in one day” for the new town hall.


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