January 13, 2021
Ready to mitigate COVID-19? The attack on this country by COVID-19 has escalated with the onset of colder weather and the heating season. On Wednesday, January 27th at 12:00 pm EST, join DLZ for a one-hour webinar to get essential, yet simple, steps you can take to mitigate COVID-19. The webinar will focus on our current winter heating season. It’s designed to help the homeowner understand the risks of airborne transmission and preventative systems that can easily be implemented to help reduce the risk of transmission while sheltering in our homes.
This is a free webinar, and attendees will be eligible for one (1) Continuing Education credit. With the positivity percentages increasing daily across the region, it’s more important than ever to apply immediate solutions that can be effective in reducing the transmission of airborne COVID-19 while sheltering at home.
AT A GLANCE
- COVID-19 Transmission Basics
- Dilution as a Strategy
- Natural Ventilation
- Indoor Dilution Strategy
- Indoor Dilution Strategy – Exhaust
- Quarantine Barrier
- Dilution Plan Diagram
- Q&A Discussion
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Gregory L. Galieti, AIA, LEED AP
Gregory Galieti, AIA LEED AP is DLZ’s Director of Architecture in Ohio. Greg has a diverse understanding of a wide range of architectural projects including first responder, institutional, and municipal projects and is experienced in building systems that support architectural projects. As part of the DLZ team, he has been very active in addressing the challenges related to COVID-19 airborne transmission and guiding informed responses to these challenges.
In addition, Greg is a naturalist and skilled in nature observation and tracking. He has experience with basic survival techniques and understands the priorities of survival including shelter. He has a unique ability to understand how scientific wisdom can be applied to our homes in response to COVID-19.
November 4, 2020
DLZ is pleased to welcome Jennifer Shuey to the firm’s Ohio team. As the Ohio Business Development Division Manager, Jennifer will focus on coordinating and growing DLZ’s business development efforts throughout Ohio. Jennifer has over 25 years’ experience in corporate account management, business development, and sales and marketing. Her considerable number of relationships in the marketplace will enable the expansion of DLZ’s footprint throughout the Buckeye state.
Most recently, Jennifer worked closely with Ohio’s 88 county engineers and their staffs at the County Engineers Association of Ohio (CEAO). She also served as the liaison to the National Association of County Engineers (NACE) as the host state for NACE’s Annual Conference. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from The Ohio State University and is a member of the Ohio Society of Association Executives (OSAE).
Jennifer can be reached at email@example.com.
July 7, 2020
Are you discriminating against the hearing-impaired during virtual meetings? The Coronavirus pandemic has changed how government and educational institutions have maintained their operations. With an abrupt conversion from in-person meetings and instruction to virtual meetings, many agencies may unknowingly be discriminating against the hearing-impaired. Be our guest for a free, educational webinar Thursday, August 6th 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EST.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that live and recorded meetings provide access to persons with hearing loss, which would include captioning or an ASL interpreter on video. Therefore, public agencies and educational institutions must not ignore their obligations to ensure that persons with disabilities are able to fully participate, whether live or recordings of live information. Most videoconferencing platforms have the ability to provide captioning but there may be additional costs or add-ons that are necessary.
DLZ’s ADA Expert, Stephen Metzer, will discuss the ADA requirements for online accessibility, with an emphasis on the capabilities of the most common video platforms like Zoom, WebEx, and Microsoft Teams. He will outline the steps every meeting host should consider to equip and prepare their organization in meeting virtual ADA requirements.
Who should attend:
- City Council
- County Commissioners
- Town Council
- School Board Members
- School Officials
- Building Officials
Learn more / register
June 10, 2020
The American Institute of Architects Michigan awarded DLZ a 2020 AIA Michigan Design award for the design of the Panvel Busport in Panvel, Maharashtra, India. Moreover, the American Institute of Architects and AIA Michigan has a long tradition of recognizing organizations for their outstanding architecture achievements. Certainly, DLZ is pleased to receive the AIA Michigan Design award. We understand the importance of this 130,000 SF transit center.
About the Project
DLZ is providing master planning and concept design for 14 new bus terminals throughout the State of Maharashtra. More importantly, this includes the Panvel Busport, which will be the first of the stations to be built. The new transit center will serve Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) intercity bus services. As a result, it will also provide connection to intracity buses, railway, and taxi services. MSRTC is the public transit system for the state of Maharashtra, India.
The Big Picture
MSRTC is one of the largest transit systems in the world. Above all, there are 16,500 buses in operation and 7 million passengers daily. It embarks on a system-wide modernization of their buses and facilities. Hired in 2016, DLZ provided Schematic Design for 14 new stations throughout the state. The Panvel station initiated the design process. To clarify, it is a prototype for the design of all stations.
Read more http://www.aiami.com/DesignandHonorAwards/
April 7, 2020
DLZ remains fully operational and adjusts to remote work arrangements and social distancing practices on job sites.
On behalf of DLZ, we hope this update finds you and your family safe and healthy in light of the impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
In this time of national crisis, our country is being tested. DLZ has reacted for the health and safety of our clients, communities we live in, and our employees as most of our office staff is now working remotely from home while we maintain minimal personnel at our offices. Our field staff are reporting to construction job sites and industrial facilities as deemed essential and practicing social distancing as well as following health and safety guidance procedures as prescribed by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Our continued investment in technology and our IT systems over the years has prepared us to act quickly, adapt and remain fully operational as we transitioned to working remotely. As we go through these unprecedented circumstances, we expect there will be no disruption in providing high quality plans and services to you. As is our standard practice, your emails and phone calls will be answered in a timely fashion. We are able to set up virtual meetings with shared screens so we can continue to communicate the details of your projects. DLZ is committed to advancing all your projects as well as providing you any additional help as we navigate through COVID-19 together.
We appreciate your continued trust and confidence in our firm. You can always reach our staff by email or cell. Should you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to call us at (800) 336.5352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, and remember we will get through this together.
March 27, 2020
DLZ is pleased to announce the certification of its materials testing laboratory in Burns Harbor, Indiana. The certification expands DLZ’s capabilities to include a range of materials testing and analysis services in the greater Chicagoland area and restores the total number of laboratories in the Midwest to four including our Columbus, Ohio, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, and Melvindale, Michigan offices. DLZ Material Testing Group Manager Zachary Dean, P.E. relocated to the Burns Harbor office to manage the materials testing operations. Mr. Dean has over 13 years of experience on a variety of geotechnical, structural, and construction-related projects.
All four of our construction materials laboratories perform a full range of in-situ and laboratory analytical services for the construction testing of soils, aggregates, rock, asphalt, concrete, plastics, and Sprayed Fire-Resistive Materials (SFRM). Our laboratories feature state-of-the-art facilities designed for high-volume testing as well as a mobile laboratory that can be deployed to test materials on-site.
To learn more, contact Zachary Dean, P.E. at 219.764.4700 or email@example.com.
March 20, 2020
As you know, we are experiencing unprecedented times. The COVID-19 outbreak and our response to it are evolving and changing daily. While our offices intend to remain open, a large portion of our staff are working remotely to protect themselves and our community. DLZ’s technology infrastructure enables clients and staff to work remotely and still have access to all our resources.
We greatly value our relationship and want to ensure you that we will provide your organization all the support possible in this time of need.
Should you have any questions, please contact your DLZ relationship manager. In addition, you can reach any DLZ employee by calling 800.336.5352 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, our service to you remains the same, whether we are working in the office or virtually. We’re still here when you need us.
November 14, 2019
DLZ received a Grand Award for engineering excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Kentucky for the KY 152 over Herrington Lake (Kennedy Mill Bridge) project in Mercer and Garrard Counties, Kentucky. The project included replacement of the KY 152 Kennedy Mill Bridge over Herrington Lake., constructed in 1924 and spanning 800’ total.
ACEC’s Engineering Excellence is an annual design competition that recognizes engineering achievements which demonstrate the highest degree of merit and ingenuity.
To learn more about the project, click here.
August 23, 2019
Engineering News-Record Midwest selected the Kentucky 152 Bridge Replacement over Herrington Lake project for a Highway/Bridge Award of Merit in their 2019 Best Projects award.
The project, one of 35 cited as the region’s best, involved replacement of the KY 152 Kennedy Mill Bridge over Herrington Lake, constructed in 1924. A total of 97 project teams entered the competition. Winners will be honored at ENR Midwest’s annual awards breakfast in December and featured in the November edition of ENR Midwest.
Walsh Construction was awarded the contract to replace the bridge in 2017. Congratulations to the entire project team.
August 14, 2019
Ricardo Jackson, VP
DLZ is pleased to announce that Ricardo Jackson has been promoted to Vice President of our Michigan operations and Eric Beaulieu, AIA, LEED AP has been promoted to Principal Architect. With our continued growth in Michigan, these promotions support our long-term strategy to offer premier architecture and engineering services in the Midwest. With nine offices and over 100 employees in our Michigan operations alone, DLZ can support the increase in demand for design services.
Mr. Jackson has over 20 years of experience in business development and a wealth of knowledge in business development strategy. He manages comprehensive programs that broaden DLZ’s customer base and establishes critical industry partnerships. He has been an integral part of our recent, high-profile project awards. Jackson will continue overseeing business development efforts in Michigan and nurturing long-term relationships with our most valued clients.
Eric Beaulieu, AIA, LEED AP
Mr. Beaulieu has over 20 years of experience in the practice of architecture and project management. His experience includes municipal, transit, aviation, justice, educational, and federal project types. Mr. Beaulieu leads DLZ’s architectural team in Michigan and is the Program Manager for DLZ’s service contracts with the United States Postal Service.