Low-impact development (LID) features minimize burden, maximize operationality, and reduce demands on public infrastructure.  LID civil engineering addresses the site development step of the building process. In essence, it means producing a design and construction sequence that will have the least effect on the existing landscape. Generally, conventional methods have

TI or Term Improvement design is utilized by architects, interior designers, builders, and other real estate experts to ideation, designing, and building of the interior of commercial space as per the tenant’s requirements. Tenant Improvement architectural design can be anywhere from supplanting paints, carpets, countertops, etc. to building custom solutions

A design and development project can be residential, commercial, or governmental, but only one thing makes it happen, civil engineering! As it is the branch of engineering that takes into focus all the aspects of the designing, development, and building of infrastructure. While conducting your civil engineering tasks, you’ll need

Introduction A photometric analysis demonstrates how light moves from fixtures into the surrounding space. Lack of these plans may cause unwanted problems in your project. This includes things like improper luminescence in parking lots, accidents, and other damages. Therefore, it’s important to have a photometric plan. It ensures that the

Introduction A photometric plan demonstrates the lighting level overview of a certain area. It determines the lumen power and light output for the fixtures you’re installing in photometric design. Unfortunately, if you don’t know how to read the lighting plan, it will not benefit you in any way. One thing

Introduction Nowadays, building owners are upgrading their existing fixtures to LEDs or installing new lighting. While doing this, there is one big challenge most of them encounter! That is, anticipating how the new lights will function or look in the new space. If you’re experiencing the same problem, worry not!