Construct Base Entry cyntergy aec
The $1.5 million Oklahoma Air National Guard Base Entry
project at Tulsa International Airport consisted of a building
placement that would give views of 360 degrees with two
levels of inspections and intervention. The current Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (ATFP) design criteria and
budget for this project forced the designers to create
new and innovative uses of space and functionality for
this base entry. Traffic flow and accessibility proved to
be the foundation for this design.
The versatility of MicroStation allowed the designers to
reference and modify multiple CAD platforms, which resulted
in an efficient and well-coordinated project working environment that reduced costs. Cyntergy’s design has won accolades
from the OKANG review team as the most ATFP-compliant
facility it has encountered and has been deemed a standard
for other bases under its command.
Thunderbolt Raceway, New Jersey Motorsports Park paulus, sokolowski, & sartor, LLc
The New Jersey Motorsports Park will be a multifaceted
complex with a 4.01-mile circuit raceway as its focal point.
Essentially a motorsports resort, the $40 million first phase
will have design features and characteristics similar to those
of the legendary Virginia International Raceway.
One of the biggest project challenges involved the
design of the stormwater management basins, which had to
accommodate runoff from roughly 1,450 acres within the
507-acre property without impacting the race track. Bentley’s
haestad Methods product line was used extensively to
model and design the stormwater management systems.
StormCAD helped the team size approximately 16,000
lineal feet of storm pipe, and the design of six infiltration
basins was performed using PondPack. The software was
able to perform iterations of a multitude of calculations with
ease and speed.