Every construction project combines a vast array of symbiotic disciplines. When synchronized brilliantly, the artistic blend of architectural design, engineering and oversight can achieve spectacular results.
But unlike a movie, sculpture or painting, everything must work precisely, efficiently and in unison to perform up to spec in the real world. The Millennium Falcon in Star Wars may look good, but then again it wasn’t actually designed to fly in space. This is unlike the myriad of roads or bridges that must withstand the daily rigors of hundreds of thousands of vehicles or the structures, buildings and dwellings that must also comfortably accommodate the ongoing needs of everyone their built to serve. Read more.