Della Fetzer

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Eric Bratt

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Paul Hausler

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Ned Baxter

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Vlad Torskiy

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

David Krysak

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Tim Bradshaw

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Karen Karatkiewicz

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Mary Van Skiver

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Lisa Warren

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Crystal Lester

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Suzanne Schulz

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Mike Rosen

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Bill Culhane

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Chris Zull

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Chris Masacek

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Maureen Kozel

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Tod Stevens

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Donald Green

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Melissa Brown

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Justin Steele

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Fernando Yunda

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Elizabeth Hamilton

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Ron Culpepper

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Nicole Greenman

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Denny Gappens

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Ryan Doherty

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Kim Marks

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

G. Wesley Jones

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Adam Hopkins

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Chad Gould

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Brad Thomas

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

John Van Houten

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Michael Perry

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Doug Wurl

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]

Ken Brandsen

Multifamily Housing Trends for 2022

Much has been discussed regarding post-pandemic multifamily trends and the increasing demand for new, innovative housing solutions. Several of our […]

An Accident, Near Miss, or Hazard was Identified in Your Lab

Reason Two in the Five-Part Series: How to Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change Change is difficult for people who […]

WELL Building Standard Part 4: Culture & Community

Imagine waking up tomorrow with the realization that you made a huge mistake at work. How would you feel? What […]

WELL Building Standard Part 3: “People First Places” 

By John Rizor, AIA NCARB CDT WELL AP The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has certified nearly four billion square […]

How To Maximize Returns on Lab Protocol Change

Reason One: Equipment and Instruments are Going Down… Even More Often. I have heard it. You have heard it. We […]

Aquatic Plant Surveys: How and Why?

by Paul Hausler & Rick Buteyn Aquatic plants are an important component of lake ecosystems. They produce oxygen during photosynthesis, […]

WELL Building Standard Part 2: What’s WELL All About?

Recently we posted about the organizational benefits of designing for health and wellness within the built environment. In this post […]

WELL Building Standard Part 1: Why Do We Need Healthy Workplaces?

During the early stages of COVID-19, many of us found our world–once filled with regular visits to the office, dining […]

Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

April 2022 marked 60 years in business, and the firm’s theme for the year is “A Year of Gratitude,” as […]

West Michigan ACE Mentor Program Wraps up Year Three

written by Jacob Loew, Graduate Structural Engineer Making a Connection Virtual setting – Real impact The West Michigan Chapter of […]

Universal Design Strategies Support Truly Inclusive Environments

Organizations today, and their leadership teams are recognizing the importance of design in creating inclusive places regardless of the user’s […]

Universal Design Strategies Drive Better Workplace Safety Outcomes

Improving safety measures is critical to organizations. A key outcome of Universal Design is that it minimizes hazards and the […]