Design for the Digital Native

Renovating the Traditional University Mid-Century Building

By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]

Mike Rosen, AIA, Joins Progressive AE as Housing Practice Leader

Mike Rosen has joined Progressive AE as the newest practice leader and is charged with growing the firm’s national housing […]

Saving Money and Energy with Window Shading

By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]

Welcome to the Team! Bill Culhane Joins Progressive AE

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bill Culhane, RA, as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Culhane […]

Why Mid-Size Manufacturers Should Care About the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Good, bad or otherwise, disruption is inevitable. At least, that is what we’ve come to expect. In the modern age, […]

Progressive AE Names New Principal

We are excited to announce that Industrial Practice Leader David Shull, AIA, has been named a principal of the firm. […]

Trends in Childhood Disability Inclusion

Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]

A Thoughtful Approach to School Security

What if we gave security more forethought?

Bridging the Skilled Trades Gap

Higher Education and Local Businesses Work Together A shortage storm is coming! A shortage of skilled trade workers, that is. […]

PivotPoint Manufacturing Event: March 13, 2019

CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION his year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). […]

Implementing a Universal Design Strategy in Your Organization

From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]

The Pedagogy of the Digital

The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]

The Michigan Battle of the Buildings!

Renovating the Traditional University Mid-Century Building

By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]

Mike Rosen, AIA, Joins Progressive AE as Housing Practice Leader

Mike Rosen has joined Progressive AE as the newest practice leader and is charged with growing the firm’s national housing […]

Saving Money and Energy with Window Shading

By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]

Welcome to the Team! Bill Culhane Joins Progressive AE

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bill Culhane, RA, as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Culhane […]

Why Mid-Size Manufacturers Should Care About the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Good, bad or otherwise, disruption is inevitable. At least, that is what we’ve come to expect. In the modern age, […]

Progressive AE Names New Principal

We are excited to announce that Industrial Practice Leader David Shull, AIA, has been named a principal of the firm. […]

Trends in Childhood Disability Inclusion

Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]

A Thoughtful Approach to School Security

What if we gave security more forethought?

Bridging the Skilled Trades Gap

Higher Education and Local Businesses Work Together A shortage storm is coming! A shortage of skilled trade workers, that is. […]

PivotPoint Manufacturing Event: March 13, 2019

CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION his year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). […]

Implementing a Universal Design Strategy in Your Organization

From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]

The Pedagogy of the Digital

The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]

Meet Drew: Anticipating Workplace Needs and Styles

Renovating the Traditional University Mid-Century Building

By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]

Mike Rosen, AIA, Joins Progressive AE as Housing Practice Leader

Mike Rosen has joined Progressive AE as the newest practice leader and is charged with growing the firm’s national housing […]

Saving Money and Energy with Window Shading

By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]

Welcome to the Team! Bill Culhane Joins Progressive AE

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bill Culhane, RA, as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Culhane […]

Why Mid-Size Manufacturers Should Care About the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Good, bad or otherwise, disruption is inevitable. At least, that is what we’ve come to expect. In the modern age, […]

Progressive AE Names New Principal

We are excited to announce that Industrial Practice Leader David Shull, AIA, has been named a principal of the firm. […]

Trends in Childhood Disability Inclusion

Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]

A Thoughtful Approach to School Security

What if we gave security more forethought?

Bridging the Skilled Trades Gap

Higher Education and Local Businesses Work Together A shortage storm is coming! A shortage of skilled trade workers, that is. […]

PivotPoint Manufacturing Event: March 13, 2019

CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION his year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). […]

Implementing a Universal Design Strategy in Your Organization

From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]

The Pedagogy of the Digital

The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]

It’s a Process: Transformation by Design

Renovating the Traditional University Mid-Century Building

By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]

Mike Rosen, AIA, Joins Progressive AE as Housing Practice Leader

Mike Rosen has joined Progressive AE as the newest practice leader and is charged with growing the firm’s national housing […]

Saving Money and Energy with Window Shading

By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]

Welcome to the Team! Bill Culhane Joins Progressive AE

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bill Culhane, RA, as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Culhane […]

Why Mid-Size Manufacturers Should Care About the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Good, bad or otherwise, disruption is inevitable. At least, that is what we’ve come to expect. In the modern age, […]

Progressive AE Names New Principal

We are excited to announce that Industrial Practice Leader David Shull, AIA, has been named a principal of the firm. […]

Trends in Childhood Disability Inclusion

Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]

A Thoughtful Approach to School Security

What if we gave security more forethought?

Bridging the Skilled Trades Gap

Higher Education and Local Businesses Work Together A shortage storm is coming! A shortage of skilled trade workers, that is. […]

PivotPoint Manufacturing Event: March 13, 2019

CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION his year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). […]

Implementing a Universal Design Strategy in Your Organization

From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]

The Pedagogy of the Digital

The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]

Media Industries Thrive on Togetherness, Done Right

Renovating the Traditional University Mid-Century Building

By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]

Mike Rosen, AIA, Joins Progressive AE as Housing Practice Leader

Mike Rosen has joined Progressive AE as the newest practice leader and is charged with growing the firm’s national housing […]

Saving Money and Energy with Window Shading

By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]

Welcome to the Team! Bill Culhane Joins Progressive AE

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bill Culhane, RA, as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Culhane […]

Why Mid-Size Manufacturers Should Care About the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Good, bad or otherwise, disruption is inevitable. At least, that is what we’ve come to expect. In the modern age, […]

Progressive AE Names New Principal

We are excited to announce that Industrial Practice Leader David Shull, AIA, has been named a principal of the firm. […]

Trends in Childhood Disability Inclusion

Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]

A Thoughtful Approach to School Security

What if we gave security more forethought?

Bridging the Skilled Trades Gap

Higher Education and Local Businesses Work Together A shortage storm is coming! A shortage of skilled trade workers, that is. […]

PivotPoint Manufacturing Event: March 13, 2019

CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION his year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). […]

Implementing a Universal Design Strategy in Your Organization

From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]

The Pedagogy of the Digital

The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]

Discovering the Benefits of Work Style Choice in the Office

Renovating the Traditional University Mid-Century Building

By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]

Mike Rosen, AIA, Joins Progressive AE as Housing Practice Leader

Mike Rosen has joined Progressive AE as the newest practice leader and is charged with growing the firm’s national housing […]

Saving Money and Energy with Window Shading

By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]

Welcome to the Team! Bill Culhane Joins Progressive AE

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Bill Culhane, RA, as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Culhane […]

Why Mid-Size Manufacturers Should Care About the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Good, bad or otherwise, disruption is inevitable. At least, that is what we’ve come to expect. In the modern age, […]

Progressive AE Names New Principal

We are excited to announce that Industrial Practice Leader David Shull, AIA, has been named a principal of the firm. […]

Trends in Childhood Disability Inclusion

Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]

A Thoughtful Approach to School Security

What if we gave security more forethought?

Bridging the Skilled Trades Gap

Higher Education and Local Businesses Work Together A shortage storm is coming! A shortage of skilled trade workers, that is. […]

PivotPoint Manufacturing Event: March 13, 2019

CAPITALIZING ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION his year, we’ve organized PivotPoint around the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). […]

Implementing a Universal Design Strategy in Your Organization

From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]

The Pedagogy of the Digital

The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]