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1315 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA

Lonestar Offices:

10100 North Central Expressway
Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75231

t +1 (214) 283-8700
f +1 (214) 283-8701

Managing Director
Tom Reisenbichler

Design Director
Ron Stelmarski

+22 other locations


1001 McKinney
Suite 1300
Houston, TX 77002t +1 (713) 366-4000
f +1 (713) 528-3339

Managing Director
Dave Mueller


Architecture, Interior Design, Planning


“Convergence of Design, Technology and Research”



Written by Chris Reynolds

January 20, 2012 at 7:38 pm

Posted in Architects

Enercon Services

5100 E Skelly Drive, Suite 450, Tulsa, OK 74135

Lone Star Offices:

Houston Office:
5850 San Felipe, Suite 400, Houston, TX 77057
Phone: 713 941-0401 Fax: 713 941-0402

Dallas Office:
12100 Ford Road, Suite 200, Dallas, TX 75234
Phone: 972 484-3854 Fax: 972 484-8835

Additional US Offices:

Atlanta, GA

Baton Rouge, LA

Birmingham, AL

Chicago, IL

Fort Worth, TX

Kansas City, KS

Oakland, CA 

Oklahoma City, OK 

Orlando, FL

Sacramento, CA

Tampa, FL

Tulsa, OK

Providing Services in:

Power, Environmental Consulting, Technical and Business, and Process and Industrial


Enercon was founded in 1983 in Tulsa Oklahoma. The company quickly grew to follow demand in the southeast wit its first new office opening in Atlanta Georgia in 1984. The company is still headquartered in Tulsa but has since expanded across the US with 18 offices and over 1100 professionals employed. In 1992 the company began an employee stock program and today is 100% employe owned.


Since Enercon work with highly sensitive projects, specific information about those projects cannot be exposed to the world. However some basic information is given below

Detailed Design & Engineering Services

Feasibility Studies

Disaster Recovery

Written by Chris Reynolds

January 20, 2012 at 7:04 pm

Posted in Engineers

S&ME Inc.


Main Office:
2724 Discovery Drive, Raleigh, NC 27616

Additional Offices:
Ashville, Atlanta, Augusta, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbia, Columbus, Decatur, Florence, Greensboro, Greenville, Huntington, Huntsville, Knoxville, Lexington, Myrtle Beach, Nashville, Orlando, Spartanburg, Tampa, Tri Cities, Wheeling, Wilmington

Construction Services

S&ME formed in 1973 when founders Glenn Futrell and Bob Owens began providing geotechnical and construction materials engineering services. A decade later, in 1983, S&ME grew to a company of 500 employees in 15 offices across six southeastern states. This set the stage for even more. As the company expanded, we added several environmental services that in turn, increased our staff of experts. Today, in 2021, S&ME is a thriving company of dedicated individuals with vast technical expertise throughout 30+ offices in 10 states. Looking back on our successes over the past 45+ years, we are most proud of our commitment to clients and service abilities which include: Civil Engineering, Construction Services, Environmental,  Geotechnical, Planning and Design.

Employees: 1200


BentoLiving Chestnut Hill, Nashville,  TN (Civil, Survey, Construction layout, Environmental, Geotechnical)

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN (Geotechnical seismic service)

Cleveland Airport Stream Relocation, Cleveland OH (Environmental service)

NFL Charlotte Panther’s Stadium, Charlotte NC, (Diverse services provided including a foundation design allowing for less costly rock excavation, an NFL approved field drainage system and a complex stadium traffic air quality impact assessment)

American Tobacco Historic District Redevelopment (Environmental services, Geotechnical service, Construction materials testing)

Written by Chris Reynolds

January 18, 2012 at 9:10 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

BIG — Bjarke Ingels Group

Copenhagen, Denmark
Nørrebrogade 66D, 2nd floor
2200 Copenhagen N

New York, NY, US
601 West 26th Street
Suite 1255
New York, NY 10001

Bjarke Ingels

(text below from Wikipedia)

Early career
Bjarke Ingels studied architecture at the Royal Academy in Copenhagen and the Technica Superior de Arquitectura in Barcelona, receiving his diploma in 1999. As a third year student he set up his first practice and won his first competition.[1] From 1998-2001 he worked for Office of Metropolitan Architecture and Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam.

In 2001, Bjarke Ingels returned to Copenhagen to set up the architectural practice PLOT together with Belgian OMA colleague Julien de Smedt. The company rapidly achieved success, receiving significant national and international attention for their inventive designs. They were awarded a Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2004 for a proposal for a new music house for Stavanger, Norway. Their first major achievement was the award-winning VM Houses in Ørestad, Copenhagen, in 2005. Despite its success, PLOT was disbanded in January 2006 and Bjarke Ingels created Bjarke Ingels Group, BIG, while his former partner founded JDS / JULIEN DE SMEDT ARCHITECTS.[2]

Bjarke Ingels Group
With BIG, Bjarke Ingels has continued the ideology from PLOT and has several major projects under construction or development both in Denmark and abroad. These include 8 House in Ørestad and the new Danish national Maritime museum in Elsinore, hotel projects in Norway, a highrise designed in the shape of the Chinese character for ‘people’ for Shanghai, a masterplan for the redevelopment of a former naval base and oil industry wasteland into a zero-emission resort and entertainment city off the coast of Baku, Azerbaijan,[3] shaped as the seven mountains of the country, and a museum overlooking Mexico City.
Under the BIG Banner Bjarke recently published “Yes is more – an archcomic on architectural evolution”.
On 24 July 2009, he spoke at the prestigious TED event in Oxford, UK.[4]
He presented the case study “Hedonistic sustainability” in the workshop Manage complexity – With integral solutions to an economy of means at the 3rd International Holcim Forum 2010 in Mexico City and shall be a member of the Holcim Awards regional jury for Europe in 2011.[5]

Design philosophy
Explaining his design ideas, Bjarke Ingels states:
“Historically the field of architecture has been dominated by two opposing extremes. On one side an avant-garde full of crazy ideas. Originating from philosophy, mysticism or a fascination of the formal potential of computer visualizations they are often so detached from reality that they fail to become something other than eccentric curiosities. On the other side there are well organized corporate consultants that build predictable and boring boxes of high standard. Architecture seems to be entrenched in two equally unfertile fronts: either naively utopian or petrifyingly pragmatic. We believe that there is a third way wedged in the nomansland between the diametrical opposites. Or in the small but very fertile overlap between the two. A pragmatic utopian architecture that takes on the creation of socially, economically and environmentally perfect places as a practical objective.[6] ”

Alongside his architectural practice, Bjarke has been active as a Visiting Professor at Rice University School of Architecture and Harvard Graduate School of Design[7] and currently at Columbia University’s, Graduate School of Architecture.[8]

Featured Projects

Shanghai Expo Danish Pavilion

Mountain Dwellings

BIG Website

Psychiatric Hospital

Astana National Library

Written by Chris Reynolds

September 1, 2011 at 6:54 pm

Posted in Architects