November 29, 2016 | Written by: Jeffrey A. Zapfe, Ph.D. | Original Publication: NAIOP Development Magazine

NAIOP Development Magazine — Developing Near Highways and Transit

With real estate at a premium in cities across the globe, developing facilities close to transportation routes has become more and more common. The noise and vibration associated with highways, commuter rails, and metros are a cause of major concern to developers and facility owners alike. Although these methods of transport keep a city moving, they directly impact the usability of a space without using proper mitigation techniques. Acentech’s Jeff Zapfe discusses the causes, concerns, and potential solutions to this aspect of development in busy areas.



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