Peter Wu
Peter Wu, PE, MBA
Director, QA/QC
 

Peter directs and coordinates all engineering and fabrication activities including design review, equipment selection, project development and project execution. Peter has extensive experience with structural and power piping engineering with emphasis on the structural steel, piping stress and plant design for turbine inlet air chilling, district energy and power generating simple cycle and combined cycle plants. Peter has more than 20 years of industry experience, including 14 years with Stellar.

Augmented Reality in Building Design and Construction

How we’re using AR technology, HoloLens and more to build the facilities of tomorrow

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Augmented Reality in Building Design and Construction

Image credit: VisualLive‘s AR app, MobiLive

 

Augmented reality (AR) — superimposing computer-generated images on the user’s view of the real world — is increasingly used in a variety of applications today. From smartphone games and social media filters to furniture design and classroom education, this technology is being utilized across virtually every industry, and building design and construction is no exception.

In fact, exciting developments are happening at the intersection of AR and the work we do at Stellar. While it’s been used as a marketing and selling tool, we’re beginning to apply AR on job sites more frequently. It’s safe to say this powerful technology is revolutionizing the way buildings are designed, constructed and renovated.

 

7 Ways to Use Drones in Building Design, Construction and Maintenance

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7 Ways to Use Drones in Building Design, Construction and Maintenance

Drone technology is helping redefine the way we design, construct and maintain buildings. Drones do more than just take photos — they can benefit both the builder and owner by improving design accuracy, overall quality and long-term maintenance.

Thanks to software and technology advancements, drones can be used in various stages of a building’s life and can perform several key functions, including: