Corporate Communications Manager
By Onesty Friday, Mark Seabold | Jul 11, 2019
“Back from the Dead” suggests that there is some kind of “Retail Apocalypse” happening in America today…and if you read the headlines, you may think that is true.
By Laura Evoe | Jun 12, 2019
In today’s competitive market, recruiting and retaining talent is a top priority. Investing in that talent means companies are continually looking for ways to improve their quality of life.
By Shive- Hattery | May 15, 2019
As an architecture and engineering consulting firm, we provide a wide-range of services so you can pick and choose what works best for you and your project.
By Steve Davis | May 6, 2019
Which one do I use?
By Michael Kleene | Apr 23, 2019
When it comes to securing schools, finding the right balance between safety without sacrificing a welcoming and nurturing learning environment is critical.
By Howard Johnson | Apr 22, 2019
If wet weather is overloading your municipal treatment plant, flow meters can spot source of problem.
By Scott Lee | Apr 18, 2019
There are some funding programs currently available in Iowa including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development, Iowa Economic Development Authority Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) and the Iowa Finance Authority State Revolving Fund (SRF).
By Rebecca Jourdan | Apr 15, 2019
The passion for senior living design connects us and it is that connection that prompts us to share knowledge freely, so we can do greater good.
By Shive- Hattery | Apr 11, 2019
The ever-changing rules and regulations can make it difficult to determine if your fall prevention plan meets current industry standards or OSHA requirements.
By Rebecca Jourdan | Mar 28, 2019
The Senior Living industry continues to shift and grow; taking inspiration from industries including healthcare, hospitality and commercial. A consistent theme is the metamorphosis of food service and I expect it to remain a topic of interest.
By Jake Wilson | Mar 22, 2019
If you are developing in Iowa, it’s important to include wetland delineation early on in your site selection process to avoid costly design changes due to regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps).
By Jake Henkle | Mar 18, 2019
On the surface, a school’s mission to teach, nurture, and educate children seems clear enough. But a safe and secure environment is just as important – and a necessity – in order for children to learn.
By Shive Hattery | Mar 5, 2019
Repair now or replace later
By Alex Brase | Feb 25, 2019
With snow flying at this time of year, you may be concerned with the amount of snow on your roof. Doing a roof assessment for snow loads is the first step to make sure your facility’s roof is structurally sound and may also save you money on insurance premiums.
By Mitch Frazier | Feb 22, 2019
How arc flash studies help higher education institutions.
By Emily Naylor and Monica Converse | Jan 9, 2019
Your county and your county conservation board is unique. For this reason, master plans are scalable and customizable based on your needs and budget: basic, mid-range to comprehensive and in-depth.
By Norman Sutton | Jan 8, 2019
Although this increasingly crowded RF “noise” can happen at any business, hospitals need special consideration – with lives at stake, it is crucial that their equipment not have interruptions.
By Shive Hattery | Jan 8, 2019
It’s been said that a company's culture is a product of its values, expectations, and environment—after all, clients rarely love a company if the employees don’t love it first.
By Shive Hattery | Jan 8, 2019
Shive-Hattery, clients rise together after 2008 floods
By Jenifer Bates | Jan 8, 2019
Trails are an important part of any thriving, growing community.