This is an example of how a roundabout is not supposed to work. Our view is that round abouts are better for pedestrian and vehicle safety due to the elimination of T type and head on accidents, although, it could happen if people don’t use it the right way. As demonstrated above. Forgive the music.
Check out this photo montage over at Wired with how the California National Guard is able to build a floating bridge. The bridge is built by General Dynamics European Land Systems, and has been in military and private applications when traditional engineering is not available. A ribbon bridge as these are known, can support 70 […]
Gluckman Tang Architects, Carson Douglas Design, and Enginuity were on a team that won a NY Design Award from the Society of American Registered Architects, New York Council. Enginuity Consulting designed surrounding stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP’s), grading and utility design to work with and further the Architectural and Landscape Architect’s vision and implementation. We […]