How can we improve the architecture of our workplaces to address the unique set of needs for both introverts and extroverts?
Are there any problems with fast tracking the design process? Does quick have a downside when planning a building? Let’s take a closer look at the question.
Clinician burnout is a real problem that’s been growing steadily for many years now. Can clinic design help curb it?
One option is to find an existing building and renovate it to suit your needs. Like any major project, there are pros and cons to renovating.
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.