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  • Rendering of Courtyard

    Improving Social Distancing with Outdoor Spaces: COVID-19 and Beyond

    In the northeastern US, we are fortunate to be able to enjoy the full range of seasons and now more than ever, people want to experience the outdoors through high quality spaces in their day-to-day working environments. Flexible outdoor gathering areas like courtyards, gardens, and pavilions extend our living and working environments and allow for improved social distancing opportunities and help mitigate COVID-19 risk. Beardsley recently completed a project for a private sector client in U…

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  • Gaming stations inside an eSports arena

    eSports Arena Conceptual Design

    For the past 10 years or so, multiplayer video game competitions have been surging in popularity. With this increase in popularity, professional competitions, also known as eSports, have made their way onto college campuses. Schools across the country are adding eSports to their athletic departments and as a result, they are seeking architects and engineers to tailor the arenas to meet their needs. Already a full varsity sport competing in the ECAC Conference, many colleges are growing their …

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    What We've Been Up To Lately

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  • Revolutionizing New York’s Multifamily Housing

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  • Beardsley Attends SUNY/PPAA & NYAPPA Conference at Ithaca College

    Beardsley Architects + Engineers had a strong presence at the 2016 SUNY/PPAA and NYAPPA Summer Conference hosted at Ithaca College on August 2-4, 2016. This annual event brings together facilities leaders, operations and maintenance professionals, architects, engineers and exhibitors from across the state to focus on technological innovations, emerging trends, and solutions for higher education professionals. As part of the event, attendees were treated to an opening keynote by Dr. James B. Maa…

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  • International Energy Conservation Code Changes Coming Soon

    All projects obtaining building permits on or after October 3, 2016 will be required to comply with the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), 2016 New York State Supplement to the 2015 IECC, and the 2016 New York City Energy Conservation Code. It is important to note that there are significant changes to the Code, along with new sections, that raise the bar on the minimum requirements buildings need to meet for compliance. Many of the changes are a response to the increasing popula…

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