Spring/Summer 2014

The latest news on DPR projects and people.

Featured Story

Is Guaranteed Building Performance Possible?

Hopeful future for buildings to deliver on performance promises by leading industry expert

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In This Edition

eBay’s Salt Lake City Data Center: Turning the Dial on Digital Efficiency

First in the world to use fuel-cell primary power source data center

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Q&A: The Total Cost of Ownership

Insight into total cost of ownership with DPR's Andrew Arnold and his 25 years of expertise

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A Day in the Life: Standing Up for Fall Protection

Simultaneous stand-down, nation-wide for fall protection awareness and reflection

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Across DPR

The latest news from around the country: Offices, Jobsites, Awards and Events

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Regional Managers: Mark Whitson and Matt Hoglund

Defining and executing truly great leadership transitions in DPR's Raleigh-Durham and Texas regions

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Digital Project Resonates with Technology-Driven Owner

Technology aids in exceeding coordination and efficiency expectations despite swampy Florida terrain

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White Paper Watch: Getting the Most Out of BIM

Virtual Design and Construction application as a powerful resource to those who understand its full capabilities

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Field Review: Opportunity Knocks

DPR SPW pilot program to assemble doors offsite improves safety, schedule and quality

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By the Numbers

Percentage of DPR projects that use building information modeling (BIM). BIM apps can be powerful in the hands of those who know how to use them effectively, making it worth the effort to understand how they can—or should—fit into a project.

By the Numbers

DPR’s rank in Modern Healthcare’s 2013 Largest Contractors in the Healthcare Industry ranking. In 2013, 33 percent of DPR projects were for healthcare clients.

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Hours DPR employees volunteered in local communities in 2013. DPR encourages all employees to donate their time with local charities and community organizations.