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.
St. Louis Women in Construction Awards 2020
December 3, 2020 Featured in St. Louis Construction News and Review St. Louis Construction News & Review Magazine is proud to announce the winners of its first 2020 Women in Construction Awards, Read full list here
BurgerFi’s new CEO Julio Ramirez, former COO of Burger King, on the fast-casual brand’s first drive-thru
Featured in National Restaurant News BurgerFi, the North Palm Beach, Fla.-based better-for-you fast-casual burger brand, on Wednesday announced plans for the chain’s first drive-thru. Read full article here
The Best Commercial Architects in Dallas
Featured in Dallas Architects The Dallas metro area contains three of the fastest growing suburbs in the country. Companies are moving their headquarters to the area because of its top-notch workforce and premium office campuses. Read full article here
How the Pandemic is Changing Healthcare Design
November 11, 2020 By Ron Reim and Ali Summerford Featured in FacilitiesNet COVID-19 has changed the way healthcare is delivered in the U.S. and has undoubtedly affected the operations of healthcare facilities. Read full article here.
Restroom Design Best Practices to Prevent the Spread of Infection
By Ron Reim and Ali Summerford Featured in Facilities Net Considering gender equality, gender identity and gender formation are now part of restroom architecture and design in schools. This may become more common when designing for other industries as well. ...
Welcome Back: The New Hotel Stay
August 18, 2020 By James Staicoff Featured in Facility Executive Magazine Design is a key component of the guest experience, an emotional response to interacting with a hotel that translates directly to guest allegiance, repeat business, and owner ROI. Read...