EYP Welcomes Stanley Beaman & Sears
We are transforming healthcare design through the united expertise of WHR and Stanley Beaman & Sears.
Your People. Your Purpose. Our Planet.
We're partnering with Fitwel - one of Fast Company's 2017 Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Social Good - to define the new standard for design that promotes good health and good business. As a Fitwel champion, we'll apply their healthy design and operational strategies to our high-performance portfolio of projects.Well-Being Workplace Strategy
Thanks to organizations like Planetree and the Urban Land Institute's Health Places Initiatives, there is a growing awareness of the link between design and well-being. Leading hospitals are enhancing patient-centered care by creating a more pleasant experience not only for patients and their families, but also for healthcare practitioners. Focus on Wellness discusses the impact of holistic design strategies that foster a healthier workplace and community.Well-Being Healthcare Design Research
Research demonstrates that inspiring and sustainable spaces promote occupant health, well-being, and productivity. We're partnering with the Harvard School of Public Health and its SHINE initiative on a first-of-its-kind study to measure health and human performance at the organizational level. Shining a Light on Worker Well-being highlights EYP's participation as well as our own related research.Workplace Research Well-Being Advancing Mission
An immersive, collaborative environment enables students to learn through iterative, hands-on design and experimentation.
Researchers, scientists, and surgeons pioneer new technology and procedural techniques in this one-of-a-kind facility.
The adaptive use of this former Bethlehem Steel research facility is revolutionizing college education.
The bold geometry of this statement building expresses the ambitious mission of the global leader in cancer care and research.
Planetree design humanizes and transforms the healthcare experience.
The new Stamford Hospital is the boldest healthcare initiative in Fairfield County's history. Stamford's new building is more than a state-of-the-art facility: it symbolizes their philosophy of patient- and family-centered care. Healing begins as soon as you arrive at the hospital. This is Healing Reimagined, as told by the Stamford leadership team.Well-Being Community Impact Healthcare Design Research
Consolidating existing services at Rex into one convenient leading-edge facility improves access and care for patients and their families.
Bigger, brighter, and better than ever, the facility celebrates the University's academic leadership and the power of Cougar pride.
Rapid response to global events is essential to designing safe, secure, and healthy workplaces overseas.
We help nursing programs meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving profession.
Interactive simulation spaces are efficiently designed for flexibility and adaptability. Future healthcare professionals "practice on plastic" to master advanced techniques. Large labs are dividable to support a range of cohort sizes and functional situations - from basic skills training to specialized scenarios. Simulation labs for acute and specialized care have integrated debrief rooms and control rooms with visual sightlines into labs and debriefing rooms.
The cherished icons of MIT's West Campus have been sustainably restored to their original luster.
After benchmarking all 117 buildings (11.2 million square feet) on the MIT campus, we identified over $8.3 million in potential energy savings. As is often the case, our analysis revealed that 75% of MIT’s identified potential energy savings would come from improving just 50 buildings – 43% of their campus holdings.Energy Decisions Resource Efficiency Modernization
This landmark serves its city in ways its original designers never could have imagined.Resource Efficiency Community Impact
Contemporary interventions guided by careful analysis of the original design unlock the potential of an outdated facility.
Invisible modernization allows historic buildings to support evolving student life programs.
An expanded research mission and the rise of interdisciplinary collaboration require secure, adaptable labs.
The guard house, where Abraham Lincoln made the last official visit of his presidency, has been restored and returned to its original site.