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4 Factors Influencing Today’s Criminal Justice Designs

By Michael Lewis & Dana Pedersen

We've outlined four factors that most frequently impact criminal justice facility design, as well as a community’s decision-making process on how to best proceed.

Design Learning Spaces for All Students

By Kari Uhlenkamp

Classrooms are being redesigned for improved flexibility to accommodate different learning styles. This goes beyond wider doorways and desks that allow wheelchair accessibility.

Healthcare and Government Sectors Come Together for Mental Health

By Shive-Hattery Healthcare & Government Teams

The roundtable’s goal was to discuss the current state of behavioral health in Iowa and beyond, as well as the most challenging issues that await us and what we see for the future of behavioral health.

Road diet: Solving traffic problems with fewer lanes

By Marcus Januario

Sometimes roads need to go on a diet. Not get thinner or use fewer materials but maintain the same width while removing vehicle travel lanes and utilizing those spaces for other uses and travel.

Safer Passage

By David Stoner

Manual gives realistic estimate of how changes to intersections will affect crash frequency

Mental Health Facilities Can Help Patients Retain Dignity, Sense of Normalcy

By Holly Reid

One of the biggest hurdles that health professionals face when treating mental health patients is getting them to keep coming back.

Intelligent Transportation Systems: Better technology and affordable

By Marcus Januario

Technologies – once thought almost impossible – are not only available, but also more affordable than you might realize

Healthcare Facilities Focusing More on "Wellness" than "Illness"

By Holly Reid

Key takeaways from the 2016 Healthcare Facilities Symposium in Orlando

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