Need Some Updates

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This is the longest the B+W Engineering and Design blog has not been updated since we have been in business. I told myself early on always keep the website updated no matter what. One month is long enough. Now I just have a camera full of pictures, example of plans, and a bunch of other things that will probably not be posted,  though some stories possibly. I added some projects to the main website.  I am still looking at every business card we get, to see how their website looks. Change is good. Why not… Continue reading…

Redondo Beach Condo Finishing Up

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There is something always fun about driving down to the South Bay. No matter what, I can pick from a bunch of projects under construction to take pictures. This particular condo project in Redondo Beach has been high on the list of ones that I want to see finished. The lot was awkward and vacant for a long time. I could see what the developer was going for, but they weren’t able to tell just how well this was going to come out until the roof deck was being built. No drone to fly the… Continue reading…

Passion

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Sometimes the days drag on because I am taking phone calls and dealing with too many emails. All while I need to get the next project out. Designing is my passion. Not just grading plans, or whatever else B+W does, but pretty much anything I do. The other day I used monstrosity to describe our home theater setup. Not so much as its a pain to work, but I wanted something that could easily be used by anyone coming over. Its all hidden except the TV, and can be controlled by whatever iOS or Android… Continue reading…

Glendale Mixed-Use Apartment Construction Phase 2

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I have been meaning to get out here for a while to see the progress on this project in Glendale. The last hurdle from the grading plans was installing the drywell. The most interesting design element of this this site is that phase 1 and phase 2 are a few inches apart and do not touch. Also the lowest parking level can only be entered from the other street. This picture shows the temporary construction driveway that looks close enough to the excavation plans. So phase 2 underground parking can only be driven into from… Continue reading…

Additional Domain Name

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This has been quite a hectic year. We are a bit over halfway there and normally there is a Summer lull, but once again, phone calls from new clients are consistent with a construction boom. The calls are catching most everyone off guard. No one is complaining. With the amount of phone calls we are taking in, I knew we needed to find a better email address to give out over the phone. Something that anyone could remember after hearing the name once. Even when google first started out, that odd sounding word was so… Continue reading…