Ross & Baruzzini has a long history of energy-conscious engineering, consulting and design. Read about how members of the firm's Sustainability Committee supported the community by partnering with USGBC to provide in-kind energy audit services for a local congregation.
It takes a 360-degree perspective to close the gap between technology issues and engineering issues. An airport might be today’s cutting edge and tomorrow’s fish wrapper. After all, the value of a system diminishes during its lifetime, especially if it was constructed without accounting for future upgrades. On the other hand, if a system is designed with the flexibility for easy upgrades in mind, its lifetime value is bolstered.
Consulting engineers have to be strategic partners for clients. It’s not just about delivering an airport facility that works the way it’s supposed to; it’s about creating success for clients by walking — or flying — with them every step of the way.
Ross & Baruzzini provided design for the total replacement and upgrade of the sound system throughout the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. The result: a state-of-the art system that provides fans and visitors with the finest game day and special event audio experience possible that rivals any similar indoor venue in the country.
As people become more aware of the way lighting can affect their lives, lighting design and how it interacts with architecture will become more prominent in healthcare and residential settings. Our goal as lighting designers is to help everyone appreciate both the subtle and dazzling effects lighting can have on us all.
Ross & Baruzzini recently provided Missouri State University with their first automatic, large-scale, synthetic turf irrigation system, designed for the field hockey turf at the new Betty & Bobby Allison North Stadium.
Adding no value may in fact be a wonderful expression, if we take it in the Eamesian way: adding perspective and power to what might otherwise be an ordinary experience.