Social Distancing Strategies Respect Veterans’ Needs
April 9, 2021 | Featured in FacilitiesNet The VA’s new Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in Charlotte Hall, Maryland, is a much-welcomed addition to the area as it expands care space, healthcare services, and telehealth modalities to Veterans living in rural...
Don’t Overlook the Restroom When Designing Space
Featured in FacilitiesNet A national restaurant franchise known for serving stone-baked pizzas in an eclectic, art-filled environment is redefining the restaurant community with the opening of the St. Louis area’s second location in Cottleville, Missouri. Read full article here
A FREE Webcast: Best Practices in Designing Off-Premises Dining
Featured in Restaurant Development + Design Off-premises dining was becoming a big deal before the pandemic, and it will likely be an even bigger deal after. But designing for off-premises dining isn’t just about curbside pickups. The ways operators will...
Clarendale Clayton Tops Off, Bringing Luxury Senior Living into Final Stretch of Construction
Featured in Ryan Companies Ryan Companies announced today the topping off of Clarendale Clayton, a luxury senior living community in partnership with LCS and Harrison Street. Construction began on the project in late April 2019 and is anticipated for completion...
Oculus Inc. Expands Federal Portfolio with $25M Win
February 12, 2020 Feature in Construction Forum STL Oculus Inc., a full-service architecture and interior design firm, has been awarded a prime contract from General Services Administration (GSA) to provide a full range of architect-engineering services in support of...
4 Ways Flooring Taps into a Facility’s Full Potential
February 8, 2021| By Joy Choquette Featured in FacilitiesNet A facility’s flooring is a hard-working asset, but it is packed with potential functionality beyond just providing something to stand on. Used as wayfinding, it helps direct traffic and prevents visitors...
Daytona Beach to get bigger VA clinic in early 2024
Featured in The Daytona Beach News DAYTONA BEACH — The Veterans Affairs outpatient center set to be built along Williamson Boulevard will begin serving patients in early 2024, the Orlando VA Healthcare Systems announced this week. Read full article here
Texas Trust Credit Union breaks ground on its first built-up branch in over a decade
Featured in Dallas Business Journal CEO Jim Minge said the area was a priority, so it was willing to make the investment of building a new branch instead of acquiring an existing space. Read full article here
Considerations for Converting Non-Medical Spaces Into Healthcare Spaces
Featured in Medical Construction & Design The coronavirus pandemic has forced many to ask the critical question: how do we accommodate more patients in a pandemic? Read the full article here.