Looking Forward

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Square 1 is the “living” documentation of a project. This means there is meant to be continuing documentation before, during and after a project to create…

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Health Survey in 2014, hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition following…

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is based in Austin, Texas. TCEQ determines and enforces regulations for water, wastewater, air and land development projects. Jillian…

Our educational and institutional clients focus mostly on the great buildings that PSC can design for them, but often the problems that emerge during design and…

Although Todd Stiggins, PE, traded his focus from agricultural engineering to solid waste engineering, he still has a passion to improve the world and environment around…

To understand the fascinating value of geographic information system (GIS) technology, think of your smartphone. Although GPS can tell you where you are, GIS is an…

Liz Morgan, IIDA, Chandler Cooke, AIA, and Aaron Rivera, AIA, presented “The Imposter – The Struggle of the Emerging Professional” at PSC University 2019. Imposter phenomenon…

What are the biggest threats to a church? The all-too-real possibility of unpredictable violence and unsafe environments has turned the thoughts of many church members and…

Nicholas Ybarra, PE, and Tyler Krueger, PE, showed their finest in a modeling class at PSCU, PSC’s continuing education training session. However, this modeling class was...

 

Lacy Mangum, CHID, LVN, and Monte Hunter, AIA, presented “What Clients Want” at PSC University 2018. Their presentation discussed perceptions of client priorities, making educated decisions about…

Seeing the finish line on a project is one of the secrets to its success, but the beginning is just as important. Nicholas N. Ybarra, PE,…

“I’ll begin with a disclaimer — sound is incredibly complicated. First, it involves a serious understanding of physics, biology, mathematics and material science. Then we will…