Removing Assumptions in Healthcare Planning: Building the Foundation for Successful Teams and Roadmaps
When expanding, renovating, or developing a healthcare facility, stakeholders and leadership teams are often presented with an...
Located in Golden Gate Park, the $380,000,000 California Academy of Sciences was designed by world-famous architect Renzo Piano in conjunction with Chong Partners.
While the completed Academy is a masterpiece of architecture and design, turning Mr. Piano’s vision into reality was very engineering-intensive and technically complicated. The building's complexity presented TEECOM with many engineering challenges as well as a great opportunity to showcase its portfolio of technical capabilities.
The areas covered by the case study include:
Technology is integral to the success of cultural venues, and these lessons learned will be valuable to cultural facilities owners and architects.
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