Suzanne Schulz

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Mike Rosen

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Bill Culhane

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Chris Zull

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Chris Masacek

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Scott Thompson

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Maureen Kozel

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Tod Stevens

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Donald Green

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Melissa Brown

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Justin Steele

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Fernando Yunda

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Elizabeth Hamilton

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

Like most people, our team is working from home this week and the foreseeable future. It’s a big change from […]

Ron Culpepper

7 Ways COVID-19 Will Change HVAC Systems of Medical Office Buildings

At the first sign of illness, most people will head to their primary care doctor or the nearest urgent care […]

Survey Results: One Global “Work from Home” Study

Phase 2 of this survey is now open. Please take a moment to help us better understand the future of […]

Want to Take a Selfie? Social Media’s Effect on Design

Five trends that are here to stay. Authored by: Charity Atton, Jessica Bain, Chelsea Currah, Amanda Elliott, Margo Garcia, and […]

The Future of Retail: Recovering from a Global Pandemic

If there’s one thing we know about the future of retail, it’s that there are still a lot of unknowns. […]

Open Offices are a Business Strategy, Not a Best Practice

Will COVID-19 be the end of the open office? It’s a question we’ve heard a lot over the past couple […]

Preparing Fitness Facilities to Re-Open: 10 Things You Can Expect to See

“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home.  Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]

Inspiring the next generation: West Michigan’s first ACE Mentor Program

By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]

What Remote Communication Tells Us About the Importance of “Place” in Higher Education

By Ned Baxter, AIA Before the coronavirus changed how we learn and work, I had been thinking about the critical role “place” plays in learning — whether on […]

Creative Leadership: Elegant Simplicity

The ability to reach people where they are, both in their physical location and in their individual development, is a mark of a creative leader. Creative leaders inspire, bring […]

Protecting Tenants and Planning for the Future of Multifamily Housing

Over the past several weeks I’ve had a lot of conversations with housing clients and vendors about the COVID-19 pandemic […]

We Asked Clients About Working from Home; Here’s 10 Things They Said

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep effect on our daily work routines. It has also broadened our understanding […]

Coronavirus has Changed the way we Work Today and in the Future

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