The Future is Augmented

Video games can be beneficial to any industry. It is an art form that can allow users to immerse themselves through visual, auditory, and even tactile senses, to allow one to see through the perspective of the creator. So if video games are created to allow players to experience the designer’s unique perspective, why can’t […]

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An Engineer’s Guide To Planning A Wedding

A little over a year ago my wife Whitney and I were married. I can honestly say that the day was truly amazing and was everything that we wanted it to be. Now before I get in to how we made this happen (and I use the word “we” quite liberally), let me start with […]

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Engineering from a Photographer’s Perspective

Engineering from a Photographer’s Perspective

“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure” -Albert Einstein Engineering and photography are not often relatable. Photography is a type of art that captures the beauty of everything that surrounds us and a means that allows us to freeze time and precious memories. It speaks a certain language […]

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Peace of Mind with Lump Sum Billing

What’s all the buzz about lump sum billing? As the energy industry continues to adjust to the new normal, oil and gas firms are seeking news ways of executing projects and gaining cost certainty to secure capital and sanctioning for brownfield expansions and greenfield projects. Traditionally, engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) has been billed […]

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The Root of the STEM Issue

When I look around at the engineers that I work with, I see a group of people with a wide array of skills, experience, interests, and personalities. However, there is something that the overwhelming majority of my coworkers and industry colleagues have in common – they are male. In the first two years of my […]

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Lego – Innovation During the Early Years

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world and all there ever will be to know and understand. -Albert Einstein As a child growing up, I was fortunate enough to play with numerous toys and games that my parents would purchase for […]

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Engineering or Interior Design?

Art has to move you and design does not, unless it’s a good design for a bus~ David Hockney   For as long as I can remember, ever since I was a kid I have always had an interest in interior design. Thinking back, this is most likely a result of watching hours of design shows […]

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What if CO2 was the Answer?

If you’ve ever seen the White Cliffs of Dover you’ll know they’re quite a sight, at least I would imagine. I’ve only seen pictures but even then they’re something. These white monoliths plunge out of the sea reaching heights in excess of 100 m and stretch some 16 km. Perhaps the most striking feature, their stark white colour, […]

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