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What happens when your engineer can TALK with you, not at you?

 

At PCS, our engineers do more than analyze and compute—we talk with personality and engagement that connects our teams. We relish the magical combination of singular expertise and diverse ideas that creates great buildings. Our single-discipline passion advocates multiple perspectives, connects all disciplines, and powers clear solutions.

 

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Click the featured projects below to learn more.

 

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What happens when your engineer can DRAW an idea?

 

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Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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What happens when your engineer can DRAW an idea?

 

A picture tells a thousand words, and in the midst of the complexity and commotion of a typical project, PCS engineers draw. Quick, informative visuals capture team ideas, power elaboration and analysis, and move concepts forward in real time.  It’s intuition—immediate understanding—that furthers design, costing and constructability.

 

Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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What happens when your engineer can DRAW an idea?
 
A picture tells a thousand words, and in the midst of the complexity and commotion of a typical project, PCS engineers draw. Quick, informative visuals capture team ideas, power elaboration and analysis, and move concepts forward in real time.  It’s intuition—immediate understanding—that furthers design, costing and constructability.
 
Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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What happens when your engineer can FACILITATE a conversation?

As the floors of a structure build upon each other, so do ideas within teams. PCS engineers facilitate discussions to power the fast flow of ideas, pulling concepts, pushing details, addressing upcoming concerns and thinking big on every floor of the building process.

Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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What happens when your engineer can FACILITATE a conversation?
As the floors of a structure build upon each other, so do ideas within teams. PCS engineers facilitate discussions to power the fast flow of ideas, pulling concepts, pushing details, addressing upcoming concerns and thinking big on every floor of the building process.
Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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What happens when your engineer can FACILITATE a conversation?

As the floors of a structure build upon each other, so do ideas within teams. PCS engineers facilitate discussions to power the fast flow of ideas, pulling concepts, pushing details, addressing upcoming concerns and thinking big on every floor of the building process.

Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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What happens when your engineer can FACILITATE a conversation?
As the floors of a structure build upon each other, so do ideas within teams. PCS engineers facilitate discussions to power the fast flow of ideas, pulling concepts, pushing details, addressing upcoming concerns and thinking big on every floor of the building process.
Click the featured projects below to learn more.

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Photos: Rice Fergus Miller

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