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Hiring – Senior Architect


June 29, 2016 | Posted by:

INsite Architecture is looking for a highly motivated technical oriented individual who is able to work both self-directed and on a team. We are seeking a forward thinking professional to help us positively impact the community that we live in with architecture.   Required Qualifications: Registration in Texas Professional or Master’s Degree in Architecture 10…

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Sustainable and Permeable Pavement Systems

Permeable Good Idea

February 21, 2013 | Posted by:

Lunch & Learn The INsite team recently had a lunch reviewing Sustainable and Permeable Pavement Systems (1) presented by Jamie Jenkins, a Commercial Hardscapes consultant for Jewell, an Oldcastle company.  Permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) is a sustainable system that can eliminate the need for detention creating more useable area on a property. Although there…

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Overcoming Challenges for Multi-Family Development Projects Entering the City of Houston’s Planning Department

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August 10, 2011 | Posted by:

Obtaining Coveted Building Permit It seems multi-family developments have gone through some challenging steps in the City of Houston’s planning department in order to obtain that coveted building permit. Upstart Advantage in the Approval Process The process of weaving your way through the City of Houston usually starts with a meeting with the city planners…

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A Brief Primer on Undeveloped Land and Platting

Platted or Not

May 24, 2011 | Posted by:

What is Platting? As the economy turns the corner and development begins increasing, one critical aspect for clients to understand is “platting”. You say, what is “platting”? In a nut shell, platting is the legal process in which “raw or unclassified land” is designated for a specific purpose. In Texas, the cities are spreading out…

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