BRPH is proud to announce its partnership with SHL Medical on the design of its 250,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in North Charleston, SC.
BRPH is providing architectural and engineering design services – teaming with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Fisher Engineering, Inc., and the Epsten Group – for the $70 million, 225,000-square-foot facility. Scheduled to open in 2023, the facility is expected to achieve LEED Silver certification and will expand Gulfstream’s MRO capabilities in the Western United States.
Manufacturing Day 2021 spotlighted the industry’s current and future workforce needs, as well as the challenges of attracting talent and changing the image of manufacturing careers.
BRPH is pleased to announce that Stella K. Osborn, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm’s Atlanta office as senior architect.
IN4.OS US LLC announces Strategic Partnership with BRPH Architects Engineers, Inc. for Advanced Manufacturing Facilities
NEWS RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT IN4.OS firstname.lastname@example.org (Washington, D.C.) – Sept. 20, 2020– August 20, 2020 - IN4.OS US LLC, a leader in advanced manufacturing and Industry 4.O technologies, and BRPH Architects [...]
Working with Clients to Optimize Their Manufacturing Spaces: A Q&A with BRPH VP of Manufacturing Marti Watts
The first time I walked into a 787-fuselage facility, just the overall scale of the product, equipment and facility was a bit intimidating but also fascinating.
The most important and exciting part of any approach are the design charrettes that include the client early in the conceptualization/design process.
Trends and Observations in Manufacturing AE: A Q&A With BRPH Director of Lean Design and Quality Gregg Kirkendall
We’ve seen a dramatic shift from a labor driven industry to a market driven by automation and advanced technology.
It's more than a buzzword - it's a reality. The proverbial foot is on the gas, and the hands are definitely off the wheel…if there is one.
Test tracks provide a closed testing environment with specialized roads and custom pavement surfaces designed to input specific resonances, grip or other ride characteristics into the vehicle.