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"project architect" Discussed on The Body Serve

The Body Serve

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"project architect" Discussed on The Body Serve

"What players say and how they sort of take responsibility or fail to take responsibility for things that they've done. You don't have to be an expert to to comment on that. You're just setting up this Novak Djokovic piece litter on. Seeds. So let's let's try to get some organization here to this episode players have convened at a site about thirty five kilometers away from the Billie Jean King National Tennis. Center. For those of you who use miles I, don't know what that is that. It's like twenty. It's like a half hour away. Okay. So there traffic until about an hour. Oh, Long Island. So there's some traffic. Some players are showing US videos, pictures of their drab carpet, stir terrible views, their shoddy curtains, what normal people would see as actually like a fairly nice hotel there in Uniondale some of them are Unitil at a hotel right near Hofstra, university Stacey Allaster made the unfortunate slip of calling this the Manhattan project we will bring you can't go to Manhattan, but we will bring Manhattan to you. Know I don't know if you know what the Manhattan project is. So tell us. It's just extremely darkly funny right. The Manhattan project was the secret project in the United States that brought together scientists from all over the place to develop a nuclear weapon that was subsequently used on Japan. So it is a sound, the best metaphor it gave me the darkest chuckle that I've had all week while the US Open is gathering all these players in. New. York to develop potentially a cluster of Covid to then unleash on the rest of Europe. Wants to tournaments over. This gallows humor if I've ever seen it. That is actually why this episode is called the Long Island project because that would have been much better title. Do you notice how I feel the US Open, and folks who talk about the US Open try to steer as far away as possible from acknowledging the Long Island -ness of it. Like it's always New York Manhattan it. So glamorous it. So this You know the just embrace lean in Long Island like technically queens.

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"project architect" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"project architect" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Humanity is simply by showing up. It's that easy for somebody like me. Others. Serving humanity. Very hard work back to the phones. We go. Tom and Dexter, Michigan. Great to have you, sir. Hello. Good afternoon. On Tuesday, you open the show with a report on sexist architecture and ejaculating buildings, and I almost drove off the road laughing. Well, I happen to be a true story. And it was it was women. Leftist women have been shocked in frightened by skylines that they say remind them of ejaculating buildings. You know these these gigantic phallic symbol buildings? It was a true story, and it was. It was all rooted in How this male nominate a white supremacy culture is attempting to subtly intimidate and manipulate everybody. And what getting a skyscraper to a pretty epic Penis is a phallic fallacy. There's only one reason to build a tall building and that's money. Until my day jobs to come to the Corona virus. I was a senior project architect on very complex science buildings that have budgets of 89 figures. And I've never had a client say Oh, by the way, put some sexist discrimination in the building designed while you're working on it all. Of course, Of course. I don't know One person that design a building like that. Is it. Let's scare the women. You know what Let's make this thing look like it's ejaculating all the time and really intimidate the women. Nobody thinks that way. I have actually built one building that does have an ejaculating type feature that might qualify for an ejaculating building. It's a linear accelerator. Linear accelerator. What does it look like? Well, this one actually looks like a gun in plan, and it's designed. It is the facility for rare isotope beams. And this thing produces a Hot stream of very large. Some atomic particles traveling at sixth sense the speed of light and we smash him into a target to see what parts fall out. Sounds like the gigantic collider over there. It's a little different. The big colliders are racetracks or circular. This one's linear, so it's more like a drag race. How tall is it? This one is seven stories underground has walls that are 17 feet thick. Wait a minute. It's underground Ship. Yes, underground because you get building things about concrete. Women would not be able driving by this building. Think of it as an ejaculating Anything. It's the middle of a Midwestern college campus. So there's nobody's protesting. It's like they don't know what goes on inside the building is generating this stream of subatomic particles. Did you think I was making it up? Is that why you started laughing? You thought I was a good bit. I thought it was good that I couldn't believe that anyone you know, looking at the skies Great, because I mean, you lived in New York and you know what the reason they build tall buildings where they do it Because the price of land, It's cheaper to go up that it is to go flat can't buy the neighboring property, obviously, and they only build them in two places in New York because the bedrock is close to the surface. That's when you see those two little clusters. You know the guys. That's why I've always thought At the streets in New York should be paved with gold look at the property tax that they collect on one black of high rise buildings. Yeah, it's incredible. The streets ought to be paved in gold around those buildings. With all that proper and the other tax is that they're collecting, and instead they're wasting it on murals. Yeah, Black lives matter. Murals in front of Trump Tower designed that tick off Trump. The only problem of that Trump doesn't live there anymore. I just This is a true story, though It was a story about women genuinely thinking and in fear that skylines featuring.

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"project architect" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"project architect" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Humanity simply by showing up. It's that easy for somebody like me. Others serving humanity, very hard work. Back to the phones. We go time and Dexter, Michigan. Great to have you, sir. Hello. Good afternoon. On Tuesday, you open the show with a report on sexist architecture and ejaculating buildings. And I almost drove off the road laughing. Well, I happen to be a true story. And it was it was women. Leftist women have been shocked and frightened by skylines that they say remind them of ejaculating buildings. You know these these gigantic phallic symbol buildings? It was a true story, and it was. It was all rooted in How this male nominate a white supremacy culture is attempting to subtly Intimidates and manipulate everybody. And like getting a skyscraper to appraise topic. Penis is a phallic fallacy. There's only one reason to build a tall building and that's money. Not until my day jobs to come to the Corona virus. I was a senior project architect on very complex science buildings that have budgets of 89 figures. And I've never had a client say Oh, by the way, put some sexist discrimination in the building designed while you're working on it all. Of course, Of course. I don't know One person that designed a building like that. Is it. Let's scare the women. You know what Let's make this thing look like it's ejaculating all the time and really intimidate the women. Nobody thinks that way. I have actually built one building that does have an ejaculating type feature that might qualify for an ejaculating building. It's a linear accelerator. Linear accelerator. What does it look like? Well, this one actually looks like a gun in plan. And it's designed. It's the facility for rare isotope beams. And this thing produces a stream of very large. Some atomic particles. Traveling at sixth sense the speed of light and we smash him into a target. What parts fall out. Sounds like the gigantic collider over there. It's a little different. The big colliders are racetracks or circular. This one's linear, so it's more like a drag race. How tall is it? This one is seven stories underground has walls that are 17. Wait a minute. It's underground Ship. Yes, underground because you get building things about concrete. Women would not be able driving by this building. Think of it isn't ejaculating anything? It's the middle of a Midwestern college campus, so they have nobody's protesting. It's like they don't know what goes on inside. That building is generating this dream of subatomic particles. Did you think I was making it up? Is that why you started laughing? You thought it was a good bit I thought it was a good bet. I couldn't believe that anyone you know, looking at the skies Great, because I mean, you lived in New York and you know what? The reason they build tall buildings where they do it because the price of land, it's cheaper to go up that it is to go flat can't buy the neighboring property, obviously, and they only build them in two places in New York, because the bedrock is close to the surface. That's why you see those two little clusters. You know, guys great. That's why I've always thought At the streets in New York should be paved with gold look at the property tax that they collect on one block of high rise buildings. Yeah, it's incredible. The streets ought to be paved in gold around those buildings with all that property and the other tax is that they're collecting and instead they're wasting it on murals. Black lives matter. Murals in front of Trump Tower designed that tick off Trump the only problem that Trump doesn't live there anymore. I I just this is, um True story, though it was a story about women, genuinely thinking and in fear that skylines featuring tall buildings are designers, intimidating.

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"project architect" Discussed on Life of an Architect

Life of an Architect

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"project architect" Discussed on Life of an Architect

"Designer for your project architect if you're specifications if you're making sure that all sorts of works in there some way right you wonder or is it just everybody's everybody's like this. Everybody's got it. I do think that everybody's got this. I don't think that we're unique in that. We have these kinda tendencies but maybe the things where the tendencies manifest themselves align with what kind of occasion you end up being suited for. Maybe so i would say maybe that the people in our profession intend to maybe have these things that are more organizational related more orderly related like the definition that bent of o._c. p._d. Why we ended ended up in our profession. Maybe go to the internet later do more low more research. Okay now. It's time for <music>. That's not the theme song nut or about to start jousting medieval medieval times game. I played on my commodore sixty four but i made that san with my mouth. That's pretty good. What was a bad a bad address hypothetical time so here's today's hypothetical all right let army you're dropped off and locked into a walmart for five years. You can't leave there will be no deliveries or customers. Employees visitors etc issue and the walmart stranded on a deserted walmart yeah for five years our magic five years yup when the doors are open five years later like when i come to let you out what does the interior of that walmart look like what have you been doing and are you ready to leave. I think that last question is pretty easy one yeah i'd be ready to leave. Let me ask you this though 'cause i've been pondering laundering some things you're trying to ferret out my twists. No no well. Does it have an outdoor area that i can accident. That's like super walmart so i'm not stuck inside. Yeah you can go outside side but still in the cage yeah. It's like you're going out there and there's like bags of mulch and but there's plenty of plants and so that's one question is whether or not i was going to have to somehow climb up some columns with a ladder in there and start breaking holes in the rousseau could get some daylight. They got a lot of skylights in the if it's a newer one yeah some of the older ones don't just wants wants brand spanking okay. It's got like the bakery in the floral shop and it's like the greatest walmart that exists. That's one. I locked you in. The first question that i thought of is a food to start with the perishables but is there any we're free to cook stuff. I mean they have the pots and pans but it's not like they sell stoves. They they got microwaves so at the microwave food eat all the perishable stuff. I they have freezers. They're you know they might that's true yeah. They got freezers. You could like you you don't alive. I'll go back and freeze all stuff and a lot of them have like they have rotisserie. Chickens have like ovens and stuff. I don't go to a lot of walmarts. I don't either have been but i'm i'm gonna sam because that's how i envision it that there's cooking facilities okay so food would be an issue to me that the first deposit was bathing. There's not a shower so i would have. They sell shower parts but there's not a shower in there. I would imagine my first challenge is going to be breaking into the bathroom walls with sledgehammers and constructing bathing facility. Yeah okay interesting. That's i five years. Bathe in his is no final days without babies. I might be tub at up. They don't sell tubs. Little kiddy. Pool depends what time of year if it's in the winter. They have a kiddie pools. They're they're not there. I'm gonna say they have kiddie pools. See now you just make it because i like right now right now. It's one hundred years of his kitty. Today i locked you in the wall. Mocha funds john. Still i wanna share i don't want to i think that my idea would be i would make a house. I would make myself a home. I would take because it's what how how big are those things hundred eight. I would end up cornering off a section of it to be my living space. I don't need a four thousand. Ask square foot living room in. I would wanna have different spaces all over. I would really try to go over in some corner probably close to where the outdoor spaces so that i could walk out the doors. If i wanted to go outside that would be my house. I was set everything up. I would take all the appliances and t._v.'s and blonde all that stuff in make a makeshift gift home out of the stuff that i want you try to build walls or would just be it depends i don't mean like millwall's like two by fours and she would totally destroy shelving units and make make space yeah so you're lying. Site doesn't travel across the store. When you go to the space where you can send out my home. Totally i would fabricate things out of all that stuff make rooms and compartments. Would you within that footprint within the footprint have rooms or would you say while my sleeping room is over in this section of the store and i have space over here is my entertainment space or would you like dismantle everything and bring it to one central location dismantle everything a lot of it enough enough that i needed i would carve out whatever two thousand square feet or not only that much but i would carve out a space and i would make those rooms that would be like a normal size living-room room. Homeless is whatever as much as humanly possible because the rest the space. I would try to like bear it out. Shove everything into one spot or make. Some sort of bicycle obstacle courses so that the rest of that space. I can do what right whatever it was. I wanna do if it was like i'm going to start. It can look like garbage but you don't have to look at well. Not only can it looks like garbage. It's going to be a flexible slash recreational space where i can ride bikes from one decide. I'm going to shoot guns the walmart. I can do that right. I mean whatever if i wanted to make it so that i could run an obstacle course or i'm gonna run laps around whatever that's outside my the home so that there's this space. It is my home in the space. That's not my quote unquote home right all the rest of that. Whatever not to mention at some point. I'd probably be go over due to the electrics department with a sledge hammer and break all the t._v.'s that i wasn't using just because from there for five years and probably gonna meet some stress release anything so yeah. That's interesting so i go do stuff like that right. I didn't have a thing like i didn't have a destructive ben. I don't think it would dawn on me to go smash. T._v.'s throw stuff. I just think at some point because i'm just going to get so like frustrated them in there by myself. I would get scared. I think i'm going to be scared. I think after awhile one hundred shotguns and not like i couldn't defend myself but just kind of like it's the big space and you're sitting there and it's quite and also to hear what was that well. That's why would i mean here by myself. Was up goes all my stuff so we can kinda say while the food's really not going to say the food's not so much issue which honestly it really would be to certain extent at some point. I think it would be but you could probably like you could bake stuff and they've got a lot of meat in its frozen in. I'm sure they have the cry of vac thing so you could vacuum seal things so that it would wouldn't get. I'll freeze a burned yeah but i still not that's going to last five years yeah and then like i think by you're starting your five. You're eating twinkies and your down to the yeah canned beans. That would be the big concern certain but i think that i have to spend some time i mean it'd take me like a month before i got to the point because for the first month god i mean it would just be chaos. I mean i have fun. I think i'd have a lot of fun yeah. I mean i'd be like bows and arrows was shooting bows and i. I would try to see if i couldn't do it. Everything can hook up these twelve t._v.'s so i can have like one giant t._v. or something everything that i wasn't going to us. I think i would create like a dead zone zone. I'd wall off a section. I don't want it women's clothing. I don't need it. I don't want to look at it so maybe burn it for not out of spite or because. I'm bored but maybe i needed to cook. Some chicken. Cook some chicken and light these bras on higher. I think i would get rid of that so i could like dismantle shells and i would probably stack them up very orderly because i think that visual clutter is a source of stress for me. I wouldn't have things be crazy easy. I wouldn't be tipping stuff. That's why i go. I don't think i'd break t._v.'s because then i go. I got to clean all that stuff. I might do it because i have to do or just throw them in that area with the women's clothes. I do think that i would shoot some guns and i'm not a gun person but if it's there. I think that i'd go. I'd like i'd shoot. Can i'm pretty sure i would set up in places and walk around then go specter private bob or in black whiparound corn safe. I couldn't like popoff shot and i mean i know some of that foolishness. We're going on for for sure for sure so the first year while the clothes like you're not start dressing with clothes. It's in there yeah. I would imagine so as like what i do. Laundry ornate dislike. Oh today is a this outfit. Do i have five years worth underwear or at some point a wash. Something yeah drives take mino often. I flip it over the wall. The ladies clothing are and i just have this mound close. I either won't wear it or something. Is that kind of thing that brings up an interesting point that and thought about would be the waste everything you eat. Whatever you gotta have somewhere to put all the trash which that would be the hard part because after five years think it'd be that all tracks chicken that i you know right like oh you have compost yeah. I guess maybe i do side but even still they have composters. They're not everything is compostable. Now i mean the plastic ramp that the chicken comes in but i i think you could store that stuff. Thing is the trash ago. I don't want to stink. I don't get gross. Oh attract bugs yeah so you can't be storing but she's scarred me but it inside the building alling oh you think he put aside while they do have trash compactor so it's like you could really kind of get some stuff in there and cook presidency. You're going somewhere else i was. I know i'd be expert expert forklift driver after five years. Yeah i do some crazy stuff with a forklift yeah except it run out of propane. You might be able to use it anymore. Why don't think i'd be running every day. I think master it happened quickly. No i think i'd have to i'd use that to deal with the shelving stuff and make my living space. How long do you think it'd be before you would start the timing. How fast a lap like would you forklifts obstacle. That's right exactly do a power slide around the dollar. Shave a couple of seconds off relapse so we both think we'd come out okay on this. I think it'd be fine. I don't see that there's any it's more doable than the deserted island scenario yeah. I think i feel better about myself. After five years on the like i'd be like who did things amazing changed my life..

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"project architect" Discussed on Life of an Architect

Life of an Architect

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"project architect" Discussed on Life of an Architect

"What you couldn't even. It wasn't even worthy been used as a doorstop so bad. I almost think that that's the pinnacle of texas and barb o. Is the brisket yeah well. That's kind of what or known for well but i think it takes the most kill in all honesty. We'll maybe that's what it is 'cause ribs easy. Yeah i mean i think so too. Sausage doesn't even count because it's not cook. It's what you put. I mean if you make your losses. That's where it's that's a skill but yeah i think brisket is the pinnacle of skill. I would agree with that just for my own personal experience. I don't think i could screw report but i mean i'd have to actively. Try to screw it up so now like i have. This deal is compared to like make an egg rolls. If you're gonna make one egg roll you can make like five hunter yeah by the time you gotta do to get the one you just smile. Just mega bunch yeah so in the smoker that i have if i'm gonna cook one pork doc but i do like six. You know there's a lot of space in there and it's not like i need more would yet zip fires the same the same fire so i would say hey you buy the park but l. make it labor and effort attention. That's all for free as like i'm super nice guy and then all of a sudden. I became like this bespoke barbecue order. You're like okay. I need to make an offer to people hey. What do you make a barbecue. I'd like to get an ordering came in <hes>. I don't know it's probably about three months out. Collect <hes> have a little something for the effort away yeah. I'm gonna spend my saturday. 'cause you asked yeah yeah so yeah barbecue from me. Now that's good my current obsession with that relations trying to check off all the places yeah so you just you got a new place off. You're just the other weekend. It's now moved to the top of my priority to start trying to hunt down semester yeah and again when i do that too all way by brisket yeah. That's the stick measure anyway style to what your next one okay so yeah. This is my last one and it's sort of it's an all encompassing encompassing thing again is is gonna be super dorky. I'm expecting this to change my life. It's not nothing's gonna change your life because none of these things i obsess over our that fantastical. They're pretty mundane. This one is i don't how to explain it other than logging my life. It's a recent not reese. I guess it's been a decade but since you could be able to track yourself on a cell phone brin check into a place. I have a backlog of my entire existence for the pass. Whatever ever like what you've done where you've been yes not in a facebook sort of way but in a statistical way of here i am i went to the bank. I went to the cleaners. I went to lunch here here. I'll have back to my office all those places. I can check into this stupid app. That's changed few times. I have a very detailed in yet unusable abuse. The hessler serves no purpose well. It might save you from when you get arrested for murder well but other than that. Where were you on march twenty third. I'm like i'd be in jail because yes. I have no idea but i could go back and look at l. Look i did this business and there's no point to and in the beginning it was a fun thing and there was other people that we mutually use the app. I could see what my friends were doing. Blah and now it's just me and i just it's everyone else has come to their senses right or they've bailed out on what it's not trendy trendy anymore. It hasn't stopped me that i log like along that i was here in anything everything. Everything and i don't even know why it's very compulsive and i'm obsessive about it and people we'll give me grief about it. Like what are you doin' client. Go on trips with my friends and stuff and they're like me what he's doing all the time i might. It's not like i'm trying to be. I'm not doing it like checking in on facebook to show how how cool my life is kinda thing. I'm doing it no one else. It's like recordkeeping just what it is. It's not a published anywhere. No it's not published anywhere. It's just this weird sort sort of myths almost like a diary in a way but not because it's not touchy feely. It's just straight up stats now. I've been to four hundred fifty to barbecue joints or you know. When was i at this this the happy's allow you to sort things like how many barbecue places you. I can't and it's got the cool thing. Is this kind of man. I you have to show me that. Have i can pull up a map and it's got dots of all. All the places everywhere that i've been makes me feel a little bit better sometimes that they're not all in the thirty mile radius of my house red doc and go just one in really big red dot now again. It's it's really there's no sense to it. There's no reason to it but i am obsessed with. I don't know if it really falls into this category. 'cause i'm not gonna. I won't defend it as if you don't do this. You're wrong acknowledging that it's kind of crazy yeah but it's pretty crazy but you but i do it in that might fall into the o._c._d. The o._c. p._d. Maybe but acknowledged it. I know i could stop it. Doesn't could you be honest yourself. Maybe yeah if the app if i was forced to so clearly what i don't know but what i believe to be true to a certain extent circles all the way back to the very beginning when we were talking about how you define what o._c._p. Is and has do orderliness kind of go. Are these tendencies. He's that we have so we gravitate towards the field of practice that were 'cause. I've read that there are some companies like s._a._p. Software company that they're actually looking for people now how have asperger's because they do really well on the jobs that they want people to do really well as crazy. I read i read on the internet s. mazlan <unk> yet two hundred venture. It's totally real maybe s._a._p. If you heard that s._a._p. If you're listening send us a note yeah on the internet s._a._p. You gotta get rid of it. You just put one ear asked burger people don it down locations that it is on the internet. I wonder if architects as a profession as a trade or even like the roles goals that architects play within our professional if you're a designer for your project architect if you're specifications if you're making sure that all sorts of works in there some way right you wonder or is it just everybody's everybody's like this. Everybody's got it. I do think that everybody's got this. I don't think that we're unique in that. We have these kinda tendencies but maybe the things where the tendencies manifest themselves align with what kind of occasion you end up being suited for. Maybe so i would say maybe that the people in our profession intend to maybe have these things that are more organizational related more orderly related like the definition that bent of o._c. p._d. Why we ended ended up in our profession. Maybe go to the internet later do more low more research. Okay now. It's time for <music>. That's not the theme song nut or about to start jousting medieval medieval times game. I played on my commodore sixty four but i made that san with my mouth. That's pretty good. What was a bad a bad address hypothetical time so here's today's hypothetical all right let army you're dropped off and locked into a walmart for five years. You can't leave there will be no deliveries or customers. Employees visitors etc issue and the walmart stranded on a deserted walmart yeah for five years our magic five years yup when the doors are open five years later like when i come to let you out what does the interior of that walmart look like what have you been doing and are you ready to leave. I think that last question is pretty easy one yeah i'd be ready to leave. Let me ask you this though 'cause i've been pondering laundering some things you're trying to ferret out my twists. No no well. Does it have an outdoor area that i can accident. That's like super walmart so i'm not stuck inside. Yeah you can go outside side but still in the cage yeah. It's like you're going out there and there's like bags of mulch and but there's plenty of plants and so that's one question is whether or not i was going to have to somehow climb up some columns with a ladder in there and start breaking holes in the rousseau could get some daylight. They got a lot of skylights in the if it's a newer one yeah some of the older ones don't just wants wants brand spanking okay. It's got like the bakery in the floral shop and it's like the greatest walmart that exists. That's one. I locked you in. The first question that i thought of is a food to start with the perishables but is there any we're free to cook stuff. I mean they have the pots and pans but it's not like they sell stoves. They they got microwaves so at the microwave food eat all the perishable stuff. I they have freezers. They're you know they might that's true yeah. They got freezers. You could like you you don't alive. I'll go back and freeze all stuff and a lot of them have like they have rotisserie. Chickens have like ovens and stuff. I don't go to a lot of walmarts. I don't either have been but i'm i'm gonna sam because that's how i envision it that there's cooking facilities okay so food would be an issue to me that the first deposit was bathing. There's not a shower so i would have. They sell shower parts but there's not a shower in there. I would imagine my first challenge is going to be breaking into the bathroom walls with sledgehammers and constructing bathing facility. Yeah okay interesting. That's i five years. Bathe in his is no final days without babies. I might be tub at up. They don't sell tubs. Little kiddy. Pool depends what time of year if it's in the winter. They have a kiddie pools. They're they're not there. I'm gonna say they have kiddie pools. See now you just make it because i like right now right now. It's one hundred years of his kitty. Today i locked you in the wall. Mocha funds john. Still i wanna share i don't want to i think that my idea would be i would make a house. I would make myself a home. I would take because it's what how how big are those things hundred eight. I would end up cornering off a section of it to be my living space. I don't need a four thousand. Ask square foot living room in. I would wanna have different spaces all over. I would really try to go over in some corner probably close to where the outdoor spaces so that i could walk out the doors. If i wanted to go outside that would be my house. I was set everything up. I would take all the appliances and t._v.'s and blonde all that stuff in make a makeshift gift home out of the stuff that i want you try to build walls or would just be it depends i don't mean like millwall's like two by fours and she would totally destroy shelving units and make make space yeah so you're lying. Site doesn't travel across the store. When you go to the space where you can send out my home. Totally i would fabricate things out of all that stuff make rooms and compartments. Would you within that footprint within the footprint have rooms or would you say while my sleeping room is over in this section of the store and i have space over here is my entertainment space or would you like dismantle everything and bring.

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"project architect" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on KCRW

"Maude worked on the restoration. He joins us now from London welcome to the program. Good evening. So let's talk about the scale of damage to Windsor Castle. What happened with that fire? How much damage did it 'cause? A little damage. We saw that time that it started in in the private chapel pot of the costal extended through a suite of drawing runs the state dining room that was also a couple of the lodge public rooms. And in particular, though was the great soldiers hole, which has have missed the state banquets take place, how did architects approach this restoration project? I mean, it must have been daunting given the fire damage everyone's always a upset by and it's easy to see. Why won't you soon? Find of cosponsor able to look at what remains is this anyway Ford from that towards regaining of waspy often full soaked bringing foolish and things that should be in concealed under natural rations to the building. We were able to unpick some of the late alterations that should be done to the medieval castle on that. She made the building and all the passengers before as well as also uncovering. A lot of the medieval Roussin was full of the great kitchen. So to that extent the things to be to be discovered as those process of the five people have been looking at Notre Dame and looking at the aspects of the building that were preserved. How significant is that when one is taking on a restoration project. How how much does that help? There's always a process of analysis at the beginning of portrait like this. Well, people we won't now to is to stabilize the standing remains are Saddam and then having stabilized it you can then move in and do from a safe found his point a thorough investigation all the daybreak which has fallen from the roof from from elsewhere, and within that you may well find the quite loss chunks in the two which can be reincorporated into the rebuilt cathedral. And this is the process that takes a while to do a little say a needful a analysis of the bulls themselves because the limestone can be bad the affected by. Temperatures in five we then build up a full picture of all can be saved as it stands. And why does the opportunity to to build new elements to make cathedral hold on small? French president Emmanuel Macron says the renovation will get done in five years. Does that seem feasible Windsor Castle was sold in exactly that timeframe the day from five to the celebration of the restored costal was a span of five years. I knew people feeding more positive than they did yesterday because more of the cathedral survives and seem possible at the time. And I it's a good starting point the five years is a reasonable time frame for the project architect Francis Maude. He's a director at Donald insole associates in London. Thank you for speaking. With us. Thank you one way to measure, a candidate's credibility and staying power in the early stages of a campaign is to look at fundraising, and so far, according to new Federal Election Commission disclosures. President Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders have the financial edge in the twenty twenty presidential race NPR's. Peter Overby has more the financial reports for the first quarter have all been filed and seventeen Democrats managed to raise at least a million dollars each progressive consultant, Connor feral lists the leaders starting with Bernie Sanders. Eighteen million the next closest is commonly Harris who raised twelve or thirteen million followed by Beto Rourke at nine p Jesus. Seven two candidates are especially chasing small donors, the kind of people who give online and do it again. And.

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"project architect" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He joins us now from London welcome to the program. Good evening. So let's talk about the scale of damage to Windsor Castle. What happened with that fire? How much damage did it 'cause? A little damage. We saw that time that it started in in the private chapel part of the costal extended through a suite of joining runs the state dining room that was also a couple of the lodge of the keys rooms, and in particular, though was the great soldiers hole, which has what missed the state banquets take place. How did architects approach this restoration project? I mean, it must have been daunting, given the fire damage everyone's always very upset by and it's easy to see why what you soon find of able to look at what remains is way Ford from that tools. Regaining loss of of waspy Lofton also bringing foolish and things that should be in concealed on the neutral rations to the building we were able to unpick some of the latest rations it should be done to the medieval castle on that. She made the building before as was also uncovering. A lot of the medieval Rusen was full kitchen. So to that extent the things to be have to be discovered as those ultimate dysfunction press of the five people have been looking at Notre Dame and looking at the aspects of the building that were preserved. How significant is that when one is taking on a restoration project. How how much does that help? There's always a process of analysis at the beginning of like this. Well, people we won't now to is to stabilize the standing remains. And then having stabilized it you can then move in and do from a safe found Tisch point a thorough investigation all the daybreak which has fallen from the roof from from elsewhere, and within that you may well find the quite lost chunks in the tail which can be reincorporated into the rebuilt cathedral. And this is the process that takes a while to do this little say a needful a analysis of the wolves themselves because the limestone can be back effected by high temperatures in five the we then build up a full picture of what can be saved as it stands. And why does the opportunity to to build new elements to make because each will hold on small? French president Emmanuel Macron says the renovation will get done in five years. Does that seem feasible? Windsor Castle was still old in exactly that timeframe the day from five to the celebration of the reopenings restored costal was a span of five years. I knew people a feeding more positive than they did yesterday because more of the cathedral survived scene possible at the time. And I it's a good starting point the five years is a reasonable timeframe for the project architect Francis Maude. He's a director at Donald insult associates in London. Thank you for speaking. With us. Thank you one way to measure, a candidate's credibility and staying power in the early stages of a campaign is to look at fundraising, and so far, according to new Federal Election Commission disclosures. President Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders have the financial edge in the twenty twenty presidential race NPR's. Peter Overby has more the financial reports for the first quarter have all been filed and seventeen Democrats managed to raise at least a million dollars each progressive consultant, Connor feral lists the leaders starting with Bernie Sanders. He's raised eighteen million. The next closest is Coppola Harris you raised around twelve or thirteen million followed.

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"project architect" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on KCRW

"Technology and logistics, developers are taking the idea more seriously. Stephanie Robson is with the school of hotel administration at Cornell University. It's absolutely a trend. In fact, I think it's going to be the way many hotels will be built going forward. Robson points to a hip Dutch boutique hotel citizen 'em that recently opened in New York. The rooms were constructed in Poland building modular helps us to create a very constant quality Martin who is the project architect for citizen M's hotels. He says the modular boxes are fitted with pretty much everything in Poland. It could even includes the mattress, and and the television and shipped around the world. Here's one limitation though size. It's just a waste of bets. It really is a room within the size of the Seagram tater stop and visualize that for a second. You're spending the night in a shipping container. But with a bed desk in a bathroom. You have to climb off the foot of the bed the sides touched the walls, still the rooms do look groovy and comfy, but they may not be for everyone. That's one major limitation with most modular buildings. Architects. Can't get that creative. Again. Stephanie Robson at Cornell. The issue is the pieces themselves have to conform to whatever the transportation infrastructure can handle. But that doesn't mean that we won't see some innovations where we can build a larger guestroom out of multiple components. But the story isn't just about architectural innovation. It's also about jobs jobs, shifting across the globe on the west coast. Some modular units are being constructed in China. Justin Widener is chief of staff at the carpenters union. Which has five hundred thousand members in the US and Canada. Well, we know there's no stopping progress. Traditionally this has been a trade in a career where he didn't have to worry about offshoring. But with modular construction, that's definitely a concern. However, there's it's coming and Widener also sees opportunity more modulars means more construction and the carpenters union has already forged relationships with some factories building modulars Stephanie Robson says there's another way to look at the job story. There will be lots of jobs. They'll just happen to be in factories instead of on job sites. But the question is where will those jobs be will they be in Poland or New England? For the world. I'm Jason Margolis..

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"project architect" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Efficient heating and cooling. Built-in modulars have been around since after World War Two but within improve. Technology and logistics, developers are taking the idea more seriously. Stephanie Robson is with the school of hotel administration at Cornell University. It's absolutely a trend. In fact, I think it's going to be the way many hotels will be built going forward. Robson points to a hip Dutch boutique hotel citizen 'em that recently opened in New York. The rooms were constructed in Poland building modular helps us to create a very Costa and quality rooms Martin de hush is the project architect for citizen M's hotels. He says the modular boxes are fitted with pretty much everything in Poland. It could even includes the mattress and the television and shipped around the world. Here's one limitation though size has a small. It's just a waste of bets. It really is a room within the size of a secret tater stop and visualize that for a second. You're spending the night in a shipping container. But with a bed desk in a bathroom. You have to climb off the foot of the bed the sides, touch the walls still the rooms do look groovy and comfy, but they may not be for everyone. That's one major limitation with most modular buildings. Architects. Can't get that creative. Again. Stephanie Robson at Cornell. The issue is the pieces themselves have to conform to whatever the transportation infrastructure can handle. But that doesn't mean that we won't see some innovations where we can build a larger guestroom out of multiple components. But this story isn't just about architectural innovation. It's also about jobs jobs, shifting across the globe on the west coast. Some modular units are being constructed in China. Justin Widener is chief of staff at the carpenters union, which has five hundred thousand members in the US and Canada will we know there's no stopping progress. Traditionally this has been a trade in a career where he didn't have to worry about offshoring. But with modular construction nots definitely a concern. However, there's it's coming and Widener also sees opportunity more modulars means more construction and the carpenters union has already forged relationships with some factories building modulars Stephanie Robson says there's another way to look at the job story. There will be lots of jobs. They'll just happen to be in factories instead of on job sites. But the question is where will those jobs be will they be in Poland or New England? For the world. I'm Jason Margolis..

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"project architect" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From this is the moth radio hour i'm meg bulls back in two thousand eleven we produced a story slam in los angeles and evan climate who who's good food a radio show that airs on kcrw introduced the night for us she got the evening started by sharing her own story i i'm going to take you back to the way back machine we're going to go back to the eighties a period of time when the early eighties when i was spending a couple of years asking anybody i've ever met for money for my unopened restaurant and going through the process of raising the money doing the legal stuff finding an architect getting it designed and going through the building process it took eighteen months or so so during this period of time i met and got to be very acquainted with the project architect who will call joe and joe and i kind of had this courtship that happened over blueprints and the building department and are sort of fog of romance was so sweet that many people fell into it just to give you an idea if you've ever gone down to the building department and tried to get plans passed we managed to get plans for a restaurant passed over the counter i don't know how we did that i can tell nobody's ever built anything in los angeles that was like a ken.

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"project architect" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From this is the moth radio hour i'm meg bulls back in two thousand eleven we produced a story slam in los angeles and evan kleiman who hosts good food a radio show that airs on kcrw introduced the night for us she got the evening started by sharing her own story i i'm going to take you back to the way back machine we're going to go back to the eighties a period of time when the early eighties when i responding a couple of years asking anybody i'd ever met for money for my unopened restaurant and going through the process of raising the money during the legal stuff finding an architect getting it designed and going through the building process it took eighteen months or so so during this period of time i met and got to be very acquainted with the project architect who will call joe and joe and i kind of had this courtship that happened over blueprints and the building department and our sort of fog of romance was so sweet that many people fell into it just to give you an idea if you've ever gone down to the building department and tried to get plans passed we managed to get plans for a restaurant passed over the counter i don't know how we did that i can tell nobody's here ever built anything in los angeles that was like a ken.

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"project architect" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on 100 PM

"Style of feature functionality to the websites that had they can add reaches over two thirds of the internet audience in the united states every every month so lots vibe off let's monetize through products so we sort of idea did that and through school i had some background and basic tack basic back and and we were able to build a platform that essentially syndicated content from different manufacturers products onto these different eyeballs and do that automatically so basically we take your personal attributes your browsing history we serve relevant products might make you likely to buy that product and alternately we choke control the slot supply chain for in that order to supplier and ultimately getting to your door so it was it was an idea we brainstormed it we did it in burlington worked really well generated a ton of revenue than the next question was how do you make that a national product and the rest is history the ended generated over fifty million dollars of transactional revenue for the company while i was sort of the entry of product management what an entry it was sort of a lot of times people say like a product managers have to be entrepreneurial in this case it was really interesting auriol because you're sort of you're taking somebody else's money and you gotta show them that you know it's a good risk to take to defend this idea and actually how are they gonna extract value for that and so on that kind of i highlight project you know you talk about having basic tech skills basic back in was it as route says as hey i did some coating in school maybe i could live this thing up or did you actually kind of get the project architect it and put together more formally.

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"project architect" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on 100 PM

"Style of feature functionality to the websites that had they can add reaches over two thirds of the internet audience in the united states every every month so lots vibe off let's monetize through products so we sort of idea did that and through school i had some background and basic tack basic back and and we were able to build a platform that essentially syndicated content from different manufacturers products onto these different eyeballs and do that automatically so basically we take your personal attributes your browsing history we serve relevant products might make you likely to buy that product and alternately we choke control the slot supply chain for in that order to supplier and ultimately getting to your door so it was it was an idea we brainstormed it we did it in burlington worked really well generated a ton of revenue than the next question was how do you make that a national product and the rest is history the ended generated over fifty million dollars of transactional revenue for the company while i was sort of the entry of product management what an entry it was sort of a lot of times people say like a product managers have to be entrepreneurial in this case it was really interesting auriol because you're sort of you're taking somebody else's money and you gotta show them that you know it's a good risk to take to defend this idea and actually how are they gonna extract value for that and so on that kind of i highlight project you know you talk about having basic tech skills basic back in was it as route says as hey i did some coating in school maybe i could live this thing up or did you actually kind of get the project architect it and put together more formally.

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"project architect" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on 100 PM

"Style of feature functionality to the websites that had they can add reaches over two thirds of the internet audience in the united states every every month so lots vibe off let's monetize through products so we sort of idea did that and through school i had some background and basic tack basic back and and we were able to build a platform that essentially syndicated content from different manufacturers products onto these different eyeballs and do that automatically so basically we take your personal attributes your browsing history we serve relevant products might make you likely to buy that product and alternately we choke control the slot supply chain for in that order to supplier and ultimately getting to your door so it was it was an idea we brainstormed it we did it in burlington worked really well generated a ton of revenue than the next question was how do you make that a national product and the rest is history the ended generated over fifty million dollars of transactional revenue for the company while i was sort of the entry of product management what an entry it was sort of a lot of times people say like a product managers have to be entrepreneurial in this case it was really interesting auriol because you're sort of you're taking somebody else's money and you gotta show them that you know it's a good risk to take to defend this idea and actually how are they gonna extract value for that and so on that kind of i highlight project you know you talk about having basic tech skills basic back in was it as route says as hey i did some coating in school maybe i could live this thing up or did you actually kind of get the project architect it and put together more formally.

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"project architect" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on KOMO

"Resolution earlier this week allowing officials to take away treaty fishing and hunting bright somebody move nontribal members from the reservation for certain crimes beyond my her over public reporting the resolution also criticises the washington state patrol for not actively patrolling the reservation and it called on the federal government to help address the crisis stay patrol spokesman carl more saying routine patrols ended on a reservation after their authority was relinquished to tribal police under the retrocession process he says the state agency does assist other agencies on a reservation likely jaca ma county sheriff's office mark christopher komo news a measure that requires drug manufacturers to pay for the disposal of unwanted medication past the washington state house part of an effort by lawmakers to combat opioid abuse that kills more than a thousand of the state's residents every year house builtin forty seven was approved friday despite opposition from representatives that said they were worried about the move increasing drug prices flags across the state will fly at halfstaff through tuesday in memory of former governor john spelman he passed away last month at the age of ninety one a memorial service for spell then we'll be held on monday at noon saint james cathedral in seattle he was the last republican elected governor of washington back in nineteen eighty and while may look like a standard building a new you dub building action lead doubles as a first of its kind solar energy project architect devon kleiner says dark panels on the side of the building your called solar fins and they pull in energy from the sun and feed it into the city's electrical grid seeding the building low angle son in the summer works incredibly high let's able to cool the building but also from the other angle is able to produce energy the fans are installed in the new life sciences building it will be run by the eat up solar student group when they're completed researchers say the fans will produce enough electricity to power the offices that they're connected to that more than twelve thousand square feet of space komo news time is eight.

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"project architect" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"This summer the americaninstitute of architects was presenting a 3rd annual eilika film challenge this contest in by architects and filmmakers to collaborate on films highlights projects architects that are helping to change commend these for this year's theme blueprint for better shines a light on the powerful emme of architects there were see this here's kickoff film called midtown blueprint for and register for the aplomb challenge at i look uporg by june 26 quional films or do all this 13th 70 so this we can ask no film school larrystanley wrote to ask what are some good crowdfunding marketing services to use when raising money for a film project tell the answer that i called at least mckay of director of narrative film a kickstarter outside the is on technologies space i'm not sure and particularly sold on the idea of using mocking his stop umii just think that the most important thing when your you know we when you won't bring up a peephole off your keen is really that they have a very very specific knowledge um and as a much to knowledge all but also a task for your project um they have a knowledge of your project they care about that uh the they also um you know all well connected with in uh when it so and let's say you know you'll project tuesdaydon't montre with a particular kind of maybe a list of social issue at a talk but they also maybe have very good connections um that relate to that subjects soi think you know that's the first thing is i would i would feel very skeptical about marketing sevices i wish steal um wwii skeptical if uh this is people that are approaching can you ought to your i'm crowdfunding campaign has 40 kicked off i think that is um and they are as close to scam as as as you can get so he just like wholesale i'm right got scuffle umuh they're all full service campaign muslim companies um who work really closely with you as a filmmaker uh during the preparations on the execution if you'll campaign and iandi think that is something to be said about people who really know how to um we know how to raise funds for films uh we've work you.

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"project architect" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"project architect" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And pretty soon going able to get food and drink have a nice place to go to the bathroom on the grounds of the breakers that is new the breakers to cover the visitor's center but they going to break ground for one and the preservation society sisters at the right thing to do the woman who runs the preservation society truly cox is on the phone with me now good morning how are you i'm fine what is your groundbreaking around nine o'clock at nine o'clock right who's coming who's coming any politician is going to be part of it we have the right mayor report the mayor report is out of the country we have many board member israel radio reporter from we're very excited about an course all of the project architect land go part i respect him crew in that crowd right now i know the other crowd is the the neighbors around there some of the neighbors that some of the boats i did not want this they say mrs van will never envisioned the welcome center on her lawn it's not in keeping with the character of the property you've you've prevailed in your arguments all the way up to the to the rhode island supreme court but it seems as if you have some fencemending to do because he can't be at odds with those people like next door you right well we are part of it along proper we started thinking about it visitor's center every year to car the republican europe and we have been through five court quote we have ever crew they permitted anchor local permadi prevailed on all wrong we believe our we've had people working on board members come back to the year two thousand barrett hundreds of people with expert advice from outside at the bell rang qadeer or four hundred fifty thousand people.

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