Rough Proportionality and the City of Austin

September 25, 2016

For years, cities throughout Texas have had a rough proportionality standard in their respective ordinances, which have been enforced to various degrees. Authored by Dan […]

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Land Subdivision: A Practical Guide for Central Texas

November 1, 2013

  On a very basic level, the land development process in Texas can be divided into three general stages: The first stage in the process […]

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The Book on License Agreements in the City of Austin

December 14, 2013

  The term “License Agreement” refers to a legal agreement between a private property owner and, for the purposes of this paper, the City of […]

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Civil Information Modeling: Become Acquainted

June 15, 2013

Ask any professional in the building industry what BIM is and, at the very least, he or she will have heard of it and—more likely […]

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Sustainable Neighborhoods: A Win-Win Opportunity

February 17, 2016

“Sustainable Neighborhoods: A Win-Win Opportunity” was co-authored by BRD team member Talmage Hansen, who works out of our Dallas office. The article was published in […]

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Green Design in Civil Engineering

May 1, 2014

Every time you see a new building enter a skyline, chances are it incorporates some type of green element into its design. When it comes […]

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San Antonio Under Construction, by the 80/20 Foundation

October 7, 2013

Would you like to see what the San Antonio of the future will look like? This report, prepared by the 80/20 Foundation, will tell you […]

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Dove Springs Neighborhood Form and Health Study, 2010

November 30, 2012

BIG RED DOG Engineering | Consulting worked with the AIA and Council Member Laura Morrison on the Dove Springs Neighborhood Form and Health report. Click […]

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