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

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Progressive AE Named “Firm of the Year”

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Five Things Higher Education Can Learn from Corporate Workplace

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Designing Spaces That Work For a Multigenerational Workforce

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

The Impact of Local Culture on Workplace Design

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

St. Mary Magdalen Church Wins National Solomon Award

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Choosing Furniture and Fixtures in Memory Care

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

More than Attraction: What Makes Employees Stay?

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Designing Interiors That Work for Memory Care Residents

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

A Lesson in Employee Satisfaction: What Healthcare Can Learn From Traditional Offices

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Interior Design or Decorating?

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Waterford Place Rehab Center Grand Opening

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Meet Drew: Anticipating Workplace Needs and Styles

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Celebrating Design Success with Saint Mary’s Foundation

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

Media Industries Thrive on Togetherness, Done Right

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

The Environment’s Impact on Healing the Mind

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]

RAPIDexpression – A competition entry for the reinvention of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids.

Safely Returning to Work: How We’re Doing It

Progressive AE’s workplace strategy is directly tied to how we work, supporting the unique needs of our teams and projects. […]

Welcome to the Team! Jim Merriman, AIA, Named Learning Practice Leader

We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]

Cleaning vs. disinfecting interior finishes; what’s the difference and why it matters

These are interesting times. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our lives. As designers, we’re working with clients to develop […]

Four Ways Unused Retail Spaces Can Be Transformed Into Multifamily Housing

In my role as the housing practice leader, part of my job is to try and understand the future of […]

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 […]