Architect Magazine: “Planes, Trains and Automobiles – The next generation of automobiles begins with the design of the factory”

SSOE Group is featured in Architect Magazine's February 2012 issue. This article highlights the design and construction management SSOE performed for Volkswagen's new automotive assembly plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Continue Reading →

AIA Honors SSOE Group with Citation Award for Design of Northview High School Performing Arts Addition and Renovation

Toledo, Ohio, January 27, 2012— SSOE Group (www.ssoe.com), an international engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) firm, was recently honored with a citation award for their design of Sylvania School District’s Northview High School Performing Arts addition and renovation project. SSOE’s lead architect for the Performing Arts Center, Tim Swartz, is proud to bring additional recognition to the architectural capabilities of SSOE. “SSOE is often times thought of as only providing engineering and construction management services, so it is great we can also be acknowledged for our achievements in architecture,” Swartz said. The new Performing Arts center sits on the bluff of the Ottawa River allowing for dramatic views of the building which enabled SSOE architects to take advantage of natural topography of the site. Continue Reading →

Building Design + Construction Article: “Scan, Deconstruct, Rebuild”

Building Design + Construction features SSOE Group. SSOE's Joe Gerweck, LEED AP, PMP, and Neil Wakeman, MCSE contributed to this article. Article highlights how laser scanning helped improve construction schedules, plans, and final designs for two Ford Motor Co. reconstruction projects. Continue Reading →

The Military Engineer Magazine Article: “The Next Dimension (4D)”

SSOE Group's Mike Duffey, PE, M.SAME, Vince DiPofi, PE, and David Semproch, AIA, NCARB, discuss how 4D building information modeling (BIM) could pay dividends for federal projects managers involved in larger undertakings such as U.S. military's current massive force relocations around the world. Continue Reading →