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Lessons from small failures – Part II: Designing for durability

If you get to design and build generation after generation of essentially the same structure and you get to study the old problems, then you end up with a mature well-designed product. Over the decades automobiles have clearly become both … Continue reading

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Technology, Construction, Purchasing, Modeling

The Northwestern University Symposium on Technology for Design and Construction  (http://www.techforconstruction.com/) was 3 days well spent with a variety of speakers, and interesting people to meet with.  Most attendees are from the software side, the design side, or the construction side, not … Continue reading

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