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By Kori Jager, PE Have you ever lowered a shade in your house or the office and instantly noticed a […]
The latest editions of Design Fuel, Progressive AE’s biannual company newsletter, are out! This time around we’ve produced two newsletters […]
Brightmoor Christian Church in Novi, MI, has received a national Solomon Award for excellence in design. The large expansion and […]
One of the single largest contributing factors to our lifestyle is mixed use development. Shopping, dining, and workplaces accessible by short walks, public transportation, and a density that links them all, are fueling the renewal of existing urban places, and a genesis of new placemaking.
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.
How do you know if it’s better to build new or expand your current facility?
This past March we hosted an event for manufacturers featuring presentations from key leaders and professionals.
By John Van Houten and Jamie Benvenuto We are thrilled to share that St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church has been […]
Is your worship facility working for you? Will it still be working 20 years from now? Planning ahead can help […]
With shrinking resources and budget limitations, it is critical to understand the utilization and condition of your current facilities and infrastructure.
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.
Having a clear understanding of how thermal comfort can affect those with dementia played a large role in the recent design for an HVAC system for a facility specializing in memory care.
As designers, circulation (which refers to the way people move through and interact with a space) is often seen as […]
If you’re like me, borrowing money is not your favorite thing. Especially for investments with long payback periods, even if […]
The new Mary Free Bed YMCA has received the world’s first Global Universal Design Certification from the Global Universal Design […]
Well, I have very great news: the project was completed on time and Team USA came out victorious over Australia, […]
Day 2 Construction started immediately this morning with a lot of unforeseen problems with the delivery of materials in a […]
Day 1 School 125 received us with a welcome ceremony where the local public officials attended. I was invited to […]
The building not only allows for state-of-the-art care to be delivered, but also provides a space for respite, socialization, reflection and a celebration of life.
Research is growing and it is showing the positive impact architecture, planning and design has on learning environments and the associated outcomes.
Churches often have preconceptions about what their space needs, without understanding the impact space can have on the experience and performance of the environment.
Sustainability continues to be an important element in the retail industry, with 78.3% of all retail chains reporting the use of environmentally friendly material.
An energy reduction war, a crusade against kilowatts, a barrage against BTU’s.
In many cases, solar power is now cheaper than traditional grid electricity.
Using images to capture details can be your team’s most powerful tool for progress.
While “sustainability” means something different to everyone, there are underlying tenets that have become generally understood.