Good enough for government work has a whole new meaning when you are talking Homeland Security. Or biohazard labs. But good enough has never been good enough for ccrd. Formulaic solutions have no place here. Maybe that’s why ccrd partners has built such a reputation for state-of-the-art bio containment labs and leading-edge science facilities. No formulas. Just proactive, tailor-made problem-solving. It’s all part of making engineering an art form.
For the last 30 years, ccrd partners has taken MEP engineering to new places. We’ve pushed the envelope. We’ve helped reinvent the category. A lot has changed since we opened our doors in 1980. But some things haven’t. Like the way we collaborate with architects or how we troubleshoot with contractors and owners. The way clients keep coming back. The way we keep digging deeper. Project after project. System after system. It’s all part of what we call art meeting engineering.
Sustainability is all about preserving resources and minimizing waste. And ccrd is all about sustainability. In fact, sustainable design has been at the core of our engineering solutions ever since ccrd first opened our doors––back when “green” was just a color and a carbon was a copy, not a footprint. In fact, ccrd engineered the first LEED Platinum hospital in North America. Of course, none of this should be a surprise. ccrd has always been an early adopter of any trend that made any sense. After all, you can’t be a leader unless you’re the one staying out front.
When you think differently, you solve differently. When you view colleagues as collaborators something fresh happens. When you treat satellite offices as satellite allies, then new ideas begin to percolate. When you train engineers to think with both sides of their brain, creativity is unleashed. When you view every project as something new, every solution can be something fresh. When you see engineering as art, you open up new worlds.
Expands WSP’s National Footprint and Healthcare/Sci-Tech Capabilities NEW YORK CITY and HOUSTON, November 6th, 2014 – WSP, the international engineering design and environmental consultancy, has acquired