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Adaptive reuse is the idea that an existing building can be repurposed for a new, modern use that is different […]
The Design Slate is a brand new podcast from Progressive AE. Hosted by learning practice leader Tod Stevens, The Design […]
We are thrilled to announce Jim Merriman, AIA, has been hired as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. […]
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 […]
By: Jessica Griffis, Senior Interior Designer As designers, we are dedicated to understanding the needs of our markets, from healthcare […]
By Ned Baxter, AIA Mid-century buildings form the heart of many American college and university campuses. Built to satisfy the […]
By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]
What if we gave security more forethought?
The Y2K bug (that’s the year 2000 for you younger readers) seems like ancient history. Eighteen years ago, we pondered […]
Progressive AE has hired industry expert, Tod R. Stevens, AIA, as a dedicated practice leader in the learning market. Stevens […]
The latest editions of Design Fuel, Progressive AE’s biannual company newsletter, are out! This time around we’ve produced two newsletters […]
After a period of under-investment in technical training, community colleges and universities are now creating teaching environments that prepare their students for successful careers in today’s manufacturing workplace.
Campus master planning is a methodical process that includes analysis, benchmarking, visioning and aligning the institution’s stakeholders.
The design of the Hanson Technology Center celebrates the way technology and design can pair with precision manufacturing to create dynamic spaces that are environmentally and financially efficient.
University dining halls have changed drastically over the past few decades, and the gap between them continues to widen. It’s amazing just how much it’s changed over the years.
How do you create spaces that meet both the needs of the programs and the needs of those using them?
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.
With shrinking resources and budget limitations, it is critical to understand the utilization and condition of your current facilities and infrastructure.
School safety has become an important topic over the past several years. According to the National Center for Education […]
The museum will provide “hands-on” learning opportunities for all academic disciplines at Hope College.
Research is growing and it is showing the positive impact architecture, planning and design has on learning environments and the associated outcomes.
It’s a never ending struggle, a numbers game. Colleges and universities with the biggest and newest offerings compete for the […]
The beauty of the on-campus housing model is that it can be altered to suit the needs of any public or private institution.
In the competitive marketplace of higher education, dining facilities are a significant component in recruiting and retaining students to a school.