Schools throughout Iowa, Nebraska and the country are being updated at an increasing rate. But that begs the question—is modernizing a school worth it?
As colleges and universities continue to evolve to meet the needs of students, we’ve noticed 3 trends when it comes to updating physical space on campus.
As budgets get tighter & government funding shrinks, more & more medical facilities are finding additional funding – but not in the way you may expect.
Changes in regulations and safety protocols, when it comes to hazardous drugs, require innovative design approaches to meet new USP 800 standards.
Moving locations is exciting. At the top of the list: Do we find an existing building and renovate it to meet our needs? Or do we build something new?
When it comes time to renovate or expand school buildings, the community is often the primary source of funding. Communication is key.
The design of university and college campuses has evolved greatly over the last 100 years. As students’ needs shift, so must campus design.
When deciding on a style for a new building, there are numerous factors that influence the design of the building itself and the space within. The overall style of the building can be influenced by the buildings around it in the neighborhood, the particular style of the city in which it’s being built. But the…[Read More]
Building or renovating K12 schools for joint education and community use is a great way to get the community onboard with raising the funds needed for your project.
Rural hospitals face many challenges. As we work on projects across Iowa and Nebraska, we partner with these hospitals to work to overcome challenges in the design of their new facility, renovation or addition. Where rural hospitals were once thought to be a dying breed, updates, renovations and modernization have put them back in the…[Read More]