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This year’s event includes presentations from Kawasaki, Foremost Graphics, DWH, Progressive AE and others on a range of topics from workplace culture to planning for production growth.
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 […]
Following their merger in 2016, ai Design Group officially adopted the Progressive AE name on November 1, 2017. The two […]
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 NAVIGATING YOUR NEXT GROWTH PROGRAM A webinar specifically for worship organizations. Renovate and expand or build […]
This article originally appeared in Michigan Manufacturing Association‘s monthly magazine MiMfg. For the full article, click here. Working within a single […]
As another NeoCon comes and goes, we take note of some of the top trends for 2017.
What effect do visibility and the ability to see inside have on places of worship? For Brightmoor Christian Church, the change has been incredible and helped reintroduce the church to the community.
The latest edition of Design Fuel, Progressive AE’s biannual company newsletter, is out! In this edition we introduce the newest […]
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.
What does the future hold for trends in the workplace, and what have been the long-term effects of past trends?