While WBRC projects have won third party recognition, the best “award” is a great space that occupants love. Creating such spaces require a combination of listening skills, creative talent, and technical knowledge. WBRC architects are trained and skilled in Revit (BIM), Sketch Up, the Adobe products suite, Autodesk 3ds MaxDesign, and Revit. When a project warrants it, WBRC also regularly partners with other A/E professionals to create branded and niche facility solutions.
WBRC’s site and civil engineering team brings ingenuity, practicality, and diverse expertise to its work, producing high quality, customized site and civil engineering design options. Through clarity and communication, WBRC’s site/civil team has earned a reputation for making the permitting process quick and efficient.
WBRC’s structural engineering team has diverse experience in the structural analysis, design, and detailing of projects that leave both small and large footprints—from multi-story structures to multi-facility campuses.
Energy conservation, occupant comfort, indoor air quality, noise abatement, and acoustic control are among the many challenges tackled by WBRC’s mechanical engineers. From plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to fire protection and safety systems, our mechanical engineers have a track record for creating solutions that seamlessly integrate into new or existing facilities.
WBRC A/E’s electrical engineering team incorporates innovative, environmentally conscious, and energy-efficient solutions for a wide range of systems including power, electrical distribution, fire alarm, security, lighting, communication, and computer data systems.
A well-designed interior will enhance everything from safety to productivity to the perceived value of your brand. WBRC’s interior design team is experienced with space planning across many sectors, allowing us to share new ideas and best practices. The firm’s interior design team is also well-versed in construction documentation, finish material and color selection, and specification of furniture, fixtures, equipment and accessories.
Landscape architecture is critical to communicating a client’s presence in the fabric of a community. WBRC’s approach to landscape architecture combines the owner’s vision, site history, and current context to create a unique presence—in a manner that also factors in practicalities from long term horticultural growth patterns to ADA compliance to wayfinding.