Incorporating Aesthetics Economically
When discussing aesthetics with DOTs around the country, I have found that their concerns about costs are at the forefront of our conversations. Since funds to create these transportation projects are very limited, their focus tends to begin and end at safety and functionality. These concerns are not lost on me. It is absolutely one of the prime influencers that drives our conceptual design process. It prefaces questions I ask myself, such as: where will aesthetics be placed? How will these effects be made with a limited budget? Will they be integrated into the standard construction process or added onto the structures post-construction?
Elevate your transportation projects by bringing into account looks while not breaking your budget…
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