The process of making the modular pieces continues. Will build a larger piece to make a singular mold.Read more
Celebrating the Successful Completion of an Eight-Year Design and Build Project for Universal Studios Resort in Beijing, China
After eight long years of hard work and dedication, we are excited to announce the successful completion of our design and build project for Universal Studios Resort in Beijing, China.
From the beginning, our team faced numerous challenges and obstacles as we worked to bring this ambitious project to life. But through perseverance, collaboration, and a strong commitment to excellence, we were able to overcome these challenges and deliver a world-class resort that truly captures the magic and excitement of Universal Studios.
The finished resort features a variety of attractions, rides, and entertainment options that are sure to delight visitors of all ages. From thrilling roller coasters to immersive live shows, there is something for everyone at Universal Studios Resort in Beijing.
We are proud of what we have accomplished and are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the growth and development of this dynamic city. We look forward to seeing the joy and excitement that our resort brings to visitors from all around the world.
My iPhone just sent out a reminder for this event. Realized I never posted about it. This was from January 20, 2020Read more
I’m interested in putting together a test of aerated concrete as an acoustical wall system. To start I 3-D printed a few module pieces and made a mold of it in order to duplicate this in order to make a larger panel made a mold of it in order to duplicate this in order to make a larger panel.Read more
Some of the Universal Beijing Crew back together.Read more
We had our first tasting over at JUJU tonight and the pleasure of dining with tasty chomps. This was an old Pizza Hut location and contrary to the belief that you can’t make it look like anything other than a Pizza Hut they manage to accomplish that. The space is inviting with a collection of signage imported from all over Japan within the theme of retro Japan. There’s a reserved dining section for eight people and a preset menu that is booked at least a month in advance. The rest of the dining area and bar are similar food to the favorites by their other brand “Susuru”
Finished reading – Stillness is the Key by Ryan Holiday