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By Shive- Hattery | Oct 5, 2017
Taking better care of doctors, nurses and staff so they can take better care of patients
By Shanna Fish | Sep 28, 2017
All Illinois schools built prior to Jan. 1, 1987, have only a few months left to complete testing for lead contamination in their water and create plans for remediation, if necessary. Steps to take...
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.
By John Waldron | Jun 7, 2017
Robots are complicated. Adding them to your production line doesn’t have to be.
By Kari Uhlenkamp | Apr 19, 2017
Here are some design considerations previously reserved for children with IEPs that are now being incorporated throughout all areas of public schools:
By Shive- Hattery | Mar 1, 2017
See predicted changes in healthcare identified at the conference...
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.
By Isaac Hodgins | Jan 5, 2017
Some of the benefits include...
By Holly Reid | Nov 7, 2016
One of the biggest hurdles that health professionals face when treating mental health patients is getting them to keep coming back.
By Holly Reid | Oct 17, 2016
Key takeaways from the 2016 Healthcare Facilities Symposium in Orlando
By Michelle Jones | Sep 12, 2016
“A physical space is the body language of an organization – with its own grammar that can be tweaked and modified to produce desirable habits.”
By Mark Seabold | Aug 24, 2016
The senior living environment has evolved dramatically over the past 25 years. These new facilities are changing the discussion from when do I need to move to when can I move!
By Michelle Jones & Jeff Lewis | Aug 2, 2016
The "war for talent" has moved from tech company skirmishes over a small group of technology "gurus" to a nationwide battle... read more
By Siri Fliehler | May 24, 2016
By embracing your company's culture in your workplace design, we can create an inspiring and engaging place to work for your employees.
By Jeff Laski | Apr 21, 2016
How do you know when your office is in need of an office renovation?
By Allison Owen | Apr 18, 2016
Being fast to market is often a key component of our clients’ business strategies.
By Doug Bottorff | Apr 6, 2016
There are many benefits to having underground utility tunnels and vaults including less impact on pedestrians, traffic, and surrounding aesthetics while improving maintainability and repairs. However, as the saying goes, “out of sight, out of mind”; it’s easy to end up with a system in disrepair or worse yet, develop an unknown hazardous condition to the public.
By Justin Campbell | Apr 5, 2016
Mini-roundabouts provide many of the same benefits as full sized roundabouts, including increased traffic flow and improved safety.
By Matt Barron | Mar 21, 2016
When you see corrosion that appears to be worthy of attention, what do you do? Relax and remember that just because it looks bad doesn’t mean it is!