ClarkDietrich Engineering takes flight at Houston's Hobby Airport with BIM

Dec 2016

The December 2016 issue of Metal Architecture features a case study highlighting how ClarkDietrich’s engineering team partnered with Texas Exterior Systems on the expansion of Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport. ClarkDietrich’s engineering team played a critical role in the project through BIM modeling and coordination, panel drawings, and detailed interior and exterior shop drawings and all interior load bearing and exterior framing conditions. ClarkDietrich also provided all cold-formed steel framing products for the project. Read the entire case study on Metal Architecture’s website. www.metalarchitecture.com/articles/columns/complex-engineering.aspx
 
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