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As you may have noticed, Leonardo da Vinci is on our Mt. Rushmore here at CPS and ICS. He embraced the constraints that faced him, saw patterns and connections others never could, and unlike most of the mere mortals of his time or any other—to paraphrase George Bernard Shaw—dreamt things that never were and asked “why not?”

We’re big on asking “why not?” around here. Da Vinci died 501 years ago, on May 2, 1519, but not before changing the world, and pioneering The Art of Engineering.

Artist Leonardo da Vinci produced two of the most famous paintings in history, “The Last Supper” and the “Mona Lisa.” But he was also passionate about medical discoveries and military inventions, some of which were centuries ahead of their time. Walter Isaacson, author of bestselling biographies of Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin, has written a new book about da Vinci, and he talks with Dr. Jon LaPook about why this Renaissance Man’s mind and curiosity were so extraordinary.

When it becomes necessary for you to embrace constraints and not merely think outside the box, but kick it to the side, we’ll be here ready to work with you and dream things that never were to help you with your containment projects and challenges.

On spec? On time? On budget?

Sure. Why not?

Contact us to get started today.