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By Kent Steen, Matt Wills | Jan 19, 2022
When designing and building multi-family housing units, many federal laws and building codes have requirements that must be met to ensure accessibility. Knowing what these requirements are and abiding by them can save you time and money and protect you from potential future lawsuits.
By Michelle Jones | Aug 23, 2021
As creatures of habit, humans love daily routines, and we are all susceptible to distractions. To inspire new ways of thinking, you need spaces to orbit outside regular patterns and comfort zones. Maker Spaces feel different and evoke a sense of exploration.
By Mark Seabold | Aug 11, 2021
The Broad and Main development projects blur the line between public and private space providing a project that ties seamlessly into the downtown context and offers new opportunities for retail, restaurants and residential living options.
By Michelle Jones | Jun 7, 2021
Destination employers clearly see an opportunity to make a smart investment in fostering community and supporting holistic wellness.
By Michelle Jones | May 5, 2021
As the United States makes vaccinations more accessible, employees will return to the oﬃce with new expectations.
By Shive- Hattery | Aug 13, 2020
Through the use of drone technology, our certified drone pilot(s) produce vibrant, dynamic HD aerial video and photos that are immense valuable when documenting storm damage.
By Jake Wilson | Jul 23, 2020
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 Chad Siems | Jun 1, 2020
In these uncertain times, peace of mind and safety are paramount especially as you plan for safe reentry into your workplace.
By Shive- Hattery | May 14, 2020
Workplace constantly evolves, but never as dramatically as this. Now, more than ever, the adaptability of workplace is essential.
By Stephen Stewart | Apr 28, 2020
As you head into spring storm season (e.g. high wind events and damaging hail), damage to the roofs of your buildings can occur.
By Onesty Friday, Mark Seabold | Aug 8, 2019
Once on the Dead Malls list, the former Sycamore Mall made a huge comeback and is now a vibrant and unique shopping and entertainment destination known as the Iowa City Marketplace.
By Onesty Friday, Mark Seabold | Jul 31, 2019
When Sears went dark at Coral Ridge Mall, it left a large vacancy at the front door to the regional shopping center. Brookfield Properties, the mall’s owner, saw this as an opportunity to create a more dynamic retail presence.
By Onesty Friday, Mark Seabold | Jul 25, 2019
When one door closes another door opens.
By Onesty Friday, Mark Seabold | Jul 18, 2019
It’s a story familiar across America. A big-box retailer closes its door and leaves a large, dark windowless-building along a major thoroughfare.
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 Shive- Hattery | 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 Andy McCormick, Cory Satterfield | Jan 8, 2019
Ready to make your move and expand your brewery?
By Mark Seabold | Feb 15, 2018
Many areas of the country are lacking in affordable housing options for young professionals and empty nesters.
By Shive- Hattery | Nov 1, 2017
Traffic data collection tools equip you with knowledge to accurately and quickly identify possible problems, their causes and viable solutions to meet your wants and needs.
By Mark Seabold | Sep 27, 2017
See panelists advice for architects, city planners, developers and engineers on how to be innovative and still get your ideas approved.