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“The pandemic pushed millions to workout from home. Many will return and experience a different fitness facility.” When you return […]
By: John Rizor, AIA “Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, after school […]
We are thrilled to announce that Progressive AE has been named “Firm of the Year” by the American Institute of […]
Organizations are pursuing Universal Design for good reason. Companies are competing for talent who want to work at places where […]
Progressive AE has hired expert Suzanne Schulz, AICP, as the firm’s first urban planning practice leader. In her role, Schulz will […]
Last summer, I presented at the first annual YMCA Inclusion Summit in San Antonio, TX. The event took place at […]
From higher education to healthcare, organizations today face numerous challenges when planning for the needs of users who utilize their […]
As part of our ongoing study of universal design and the Mary Free Bed YMCA, we wanted to interview Nathan Manley, […]
By Mike Perry There is no such thing as “one-size fits all” when it comes to humans. According to the […]
Three projects, St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, Mary Free Bed YMCA and Mercy Health St. Mary’s Cafeteria, brought home awards from AIA Grand Rapids.
The local Grand Rapids Boy Scouts chapter recently launched a campaign titled “Build Character Today, Lead Tomorrow” to expand the DeVos Family Center for Scouting.
Kudos to our community leaders who had the foresight to understand all great cities have a downtown urban market.
The world of a structural engineer tends to be one of quiet, focused work. We are the ones after all who are responsible for the integrity of entire systems, including the building where you currently sit.
Taking the time to step back and look at how the space will be used, and who it will used by, can help determine the overall layout and degree of flexibility required for the space.
This year marks Progressive AE’s 10th consecutive year on the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For list.
As designers, circulation (which refers to the way people move through and interact with a space) is often seen as […]
Universal design (“UD”) of buildings, products, and technologies is not one of the most recognized subjects today.
The use of color is central to all work in interior design. Whether the designer is a trained professional or […]
The new Mary Free Bed YMCA has received the world’s first Global Universal Design Certification from the Global Universal Design […]
The museum will provide “hands-on” learning opportunities for all academic disciplines at Hope College.
Churches often have preconceptions about what their space needs, without understanding the impact space can have on the experience and performance of the environment.
An energy reduction war, a crusade against kilowatts, a barrage against BTU’s.
“I want to work in an environment that makes me happy – that inspires my curious mind, encourages my unique voice, and enables me to collaborate”
The benefits of gardening are evident through all stages of life, but is becoming much more prominent in senior living environments
While “sustainability” means something different to everyone, there are underlying tenets that have become generally understood.
With shared goals and commitment to the community, the partnership between Progressive AE and The Rapid has been a natural fit.