When you want the ability to entertain a large number of guests, both indoors and outdoors, along with not missing any sporting events, you want whole house integration. That’s exactly what this client requested from Electronics Design Group. EDG has specialized in design and installation of cutting edge technology solutions for over 25 years. With 69 national industry awards for technical excellence and innovation, they have covered a lot of ground. As a longtime client, we were pleased to photograph this project for them and as always, had a hard time leaving.
We decided that a family holiday card was the way to go this year. Once again, Ollie (our English Setter) gets a starring role. And for the curious, he really was howling.
So since the crush of the holidays has mostly passed, we’d like to take this moment, as we relax during “Twixtmas” or “Romjul” or whatever you call this week between the holidays, to say Thank You. We sincerely thank those of you who are our clients, for the continued and valuable relationship we’ve enjoyed over the years. We look forward to continue working together to produce ever more stunning images for your best and brightest projects.
For those of you who are not yet clients, we look forward to the opportunity of working together with you in the future and enjoying the same collaboration and success.
Have a terrific New Year!
It’s surprising how visually interesting a warehouse can be. Especially when you see the work that goes into the design and construction of it. It’s utilitarian nature is what usually comes to mind, however, there is much more to appreciate if you look.
V. Paulius & Associates asked me to photograph this recently completed cold storage warehouse in Port Carteret, NJ. Construction took about 18 months and required 7,900 cubic yards of concrete for the entire project. In addition to photographing the completed project, it was also decided that we photograph the pouring of the 9 inch thick, “super flat floors”, which was a crucial component of the overall design and construction. S & S Concrete Floors Inc. placed the concrete, which was an “in-house” custom mix that included steel fibers to aid in temperature and shrinkage reinforcement. It was placed via conveyor belt to maintain slumps of less than 5 inches and the strike-off was done by laser screed machine. Once the floor was firm, it was power floated and troweled to achieved a burnished finish. For their effort, V. Paulius & Associates won an award from the NJ Concrete Awards for “Super Flat Floor”.
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