"There are cool aspects about every market we work in, and I find satisfaction in each of them—whether it’s a launch pad with tank farms, an integration building and a pad structure with a launch mount or a steel-frame manufacturing facility..."
"Every launch vehicle is different so there’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to ground support equipment, either. Our breadth of experience with so many spacecraft and facilities gives us a tremendous base of knowledge to draw from."
In celebration of National Aerospace Week, BRPH Sr. Superintendent Ben Morgan reflects on growing up immersed in the space industry.
"In today’s aerospace, defense and manufacturing markets, clients are racing to meet mission critical schedules. Our integrated services approach means we can deliver operational facilities and infrastructure faster and with better quality..."
"Just as I graduated college, the Space Shuttle program was within two years of its retirement...this pivotal moment in the industry presented a chance to utilize my skills and expertise to contribute to the transformation of these facilities into cutting-edge hubs for aerospace innovation."
Accommodations for neurodivergent individuals should be an integral part of every zoo and aquarium’s strategic and exhibit planning for the benefit of guests of all ages, as well as for employees and volunteers.
As an owner/operator of amusement rides or devices, your number one priority must be to ensure they are safe for the people using, operating, and maintaining them. How do you determine what inherent risks your ride presents to the public and your employees and whether these risks are acceptable?
BRPH celebrates World Architecture Day by sharing what inspired some of our outstanding architects to pursue their careers.
Designing a new facility or attraction presents its own set of challenges, even when the vision for the project is firmly set, but how does an AEC firm design a building to adapt to a vision that will evolve over the next 20 years?
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.