KSC Visitor Complex relied on longtime partner BRPH to provide technically sophisticated, forward-thinking architecture and engineering for its new Gateway™ commercial space attraction.
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Prototype school designs can reduce budget and schedule without sacrificing customization. Too often dismissed as “cookie cutter” or “bare bones,” prototype school designs can provide highly flexible, highly customizable, district-equitable designs.
BRPH client United Airlines recently broke ground on its expanded flight training center in Denver. The four-story, hands-on simulation and classroom facility will operate around the clock at United’s 23-acre Central Park campus.
BRPH, a nationally ranked architecture, engineering and construction firm headquartered in Melbourne, Fla., announced today its new president of architecture and engineering, Raul E. Aviles Jr., PE.
BRPH will award eight $1,000 college scholarships to minority students majoring in architecture and engineering. The firm established the Future Achievers Scholarship program last year, offering six awards of $1,000.
The Engineer’s Council, a nationally recognized awards organization, recently presented BRPH with four awards at its south Florida annual Honors & Awards Banquet.
Supporting every space mission is a sophisticated network of ground support equipment (GSE) orchestrated by a dedicated team that integrates all the intricate, moving pieces. BRPH's specialized design solutions for GSE help optimize operations, maximize cost savings, and reduce the incidence of failure, no matter how complex the assembly operations are.
Long before they ever break ground, BRPH can assist clients with a host of pre-construction services, including budgeting and conceptual estimating, value engineering, site selection, and assistance with RFQ selection criteria and RFP preparation.
BRPH's Process Piping Department consists of an array of experts that have experience solving the most complex problems ranging from pneumatics, cryogenics, and sound suppression systems at launch pads to clean rooms, environmental control systems, and process cooling systems located within manufacturing and launch vehicle processing facilities.
We use a human-centered design methodology to uncover any significant challenges and opportunities in our pre-design process – those our clients are aware of and those they may not even know exist. “Design Through Discovery” is our adaptation of the Design Thinking methodology, an empathetic and iterative process for creative problem-solving.