NOLA.com reports how our designs for the renovation of Children's Hospital of New Orleans will help foster a more family-friendly healthcare experience.
The cover feature of Healthcare Design showcases innovative design that will allow phased growth while maintaining outstanding patient service and operational efficiency.
Renowned workplace strategy and well-being specialist Leigh Stringer’s Work Design article explores workplace design strategies that support emotional safety while proactively reducing the opportunity for unacceptable behavior to occur. Her research-based piece discusses nine design strategies, including “safe” areas throughout workplace environments and incorporation of nurturing health and wellness spaces.
American Builders Quarterly highlights our expertise on developing wellness-oriented solutions for today’s ever-evolving office space. Building upon research that shows healthy workers are more productive, Leigh Stringer, workplace research and strategy expert at EYP Architecture & Engineering, is exploring new gateways toward financial and personal well-being.
Builder Magazine profiles our partnership with Embr Labs, a tech startup founded by four Massachusetts Institute of Technology students, to pilot-test the Embr Wave Thermal Bracelet. Over the course of the five-week study, seventeen employees of EYP’s Boston office will wear the Embr Wave Thermal Bracelet during their workday and provide feedback about their experiences.
Our feature in Tradeline reports on how the increased focus on STEM across higher education has a pronounced impact on liberal arts colleges, typically resulting in new construction or the renovation of existing science buildings.
Medical Construction & Design profiles UNC REX Healthcare's North Carolina Heart & Vascular Hospital - fit for today and ready for tomorrow.
Jersey Shore University Medical Center Garners Gold in the Inaugural Evidence-Based Design Touchstone Awards
Members of the EYP team joined The Center for Health Design to celebrate the inaugural Evidence-Based Design (EBD) Touchstone Awards. The award recognizes the use of an evidence-based design process in the pursuit of increasing value, improving outcomes, and engaging stakeholders. Elements implemented in this project have had a measurable, positive impact on the patient experience and clinical delivery of care.
The new Stamford Hospital exemplifies integrated architectural and interior design driven by empathy for patients, as well as by the demands of systems and technologies. Contract magazine spotlights how high-touch features and personalized spaces are transforming healthcare delivery and the patient experience, improving outcomes.
Building Design + Construction recently examined the balance of government agencies’ needs vs. available capital provided at the federal, state, and local government levels. EYP Government Sector Leader Karl Stumpf, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, remains hopeful about government design opportunities, especially in terms of office projects that cost effectively maximize space utilization. The article also explored several federal building projects as signs of investment in our country’s security and global impact, including the EYP-designed U.S. Consulate in Erbil, Iraq, which, upon completion, will be the largest such facility in the world.