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By Shive- Hattery | Jun 5, 2020
This up-to-date K-12 resource includes design and mechanical considerations to help you develop your re-entry strategy while managing COVID-19.
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 Tracy Van Damme and Tyson Scheidecker | Apr 2, 2020
Approaches to create safer spaces for patients, staff and visitors
By Marcus Januario | Mar 5, 2020
When congestion on roads increases, the usual step is to widen the road and add more lanes. However, sometimes congestion is not caused by a higher volume of vehicles.
By Shive- Hattery | Mar 4, 2020
For Iowa communities with lagoons and tighter ammonia limits, there is technology available to upgrade and keep your lagoon without going to an activated sludge plant.
By Holly Reid | Nov 8, 2019
For your service, your sacrifice and your hard work, we thank you.
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 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 Shive Hattery | May 1, 2019
To gain a better sense of safety's place in design, it may be helpful to review common owner/architect project communication in a simplified sense.
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 Shive- Hattery | 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).