Corporate Communications Manager
By Michelle Jones | Jun 1, 2022
Improvements in your physical environment is something businesses can control with strategic investments in wellness, safety and building a sense of community.
By Shive- Hattery | May 18, 2022
Natural disasters are inevitable, however, the extent impact of the disaster can be mitigated lessened when a strategy is in place.
By Shive- Hattery | Feb 21, 2022
Gender-neutral restrooms, patient-focused health rooms, counseling services, secure entries, and more classrooms create a more student-focused school.
By Shive- Hattery | Feb 15, 2022
In response to an increased request from students to enroll in career and technical education (CTE) courses the West Des Moines Community School District reached out to Shive-Hattery for assistance with designing an additional at the Valley Southwoods Freshman High School.
By Sara Kelley | Feb 3, 2022
Anything that emits a pollutant should be evaluated for permitting before being installed in a facility.
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 | Nov 16, 2021
The physical workplace must be an experience that brings value to the day, and value is in the eye of the beholder.
By Shive- Hattery | Nov 4, 2021
The two-mile stretch of glow-in-the-dark trail is the longest of its kind in the United States.
By Shive- Hattery | Oct 28, 2021
Are you positioned to secure funds from the bipartisan infrastructure package?In this webinar, we discuss insights that will help position you to secure incoming funds from the BIP.
By Siri Fliehler | Sep 23, 2021
From vacant and vandalized, to a home to grow from. ClaimDOC selected a vacated former fitness center in the heart of West Des Moines as their future workplace home.
By Michelle Jones | Aug 30, 2021
What is your ideal day at work? My creative energies are propelled by a mix of venues and interactions with people.
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 Mark Allen, Vic Ritter | Jul 20, 2021
Our educational system has been conditioned over time to embrace the concept that we are only limited by our imagination. However, the reality is that physical and emotional barriers within our educational environments can limit the imagination process.
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 Holly Reid | Apr 15, 2021
As the first majority minority college/university campus in the state of Iowa, the DMACC Urban Campus Student Center is a resource for everyone in central Iowa and celebrates and captures the vibrancy and diversity of the campus.
By Michael Kleene | Apr 14, 2021
West Des Moines Community Schools converts an unmaintained courtyard overgrown with invasive plant material into its new media center.
By Emily Naylor | Mar 11, 2021
Exploring the Waveland Trolley Loop's personal connections at Shive-Hattery and the community.
By Brian Kane | Jan 1, 2021
Protect firefighters by reducing exposure to toxic contaminants and carcinogens inside the fire station