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.
We are watching the ongoing extreme weather events with great concern. Because keeping hospitals and healthcare facilities fully functional is critical to public health and safety, we are making our latest research on improving energy resilience available to help hospitals and their communities respond to today’s challenges and prepare for tomorrow’s. More
Featured in numerous national and international magazines, daily newspapers, and online business sources, EYP recently announced its participation in the Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) program at the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The article, “Bridge to the Past,” authored by EYP Senior Structural Engineer and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) adjunct faculty member Mark Kanonik, recounts how a group of RPI structural engineering master’s degree students completed an extensive and unique analysis of the historic Shushan Covered Bridge in Shushan, NY.
The Tradeline article, “The Future of Research Facility Design,” compares today’s laboratory design environment with that of five years ago, while exploring trends that effect how institutions determine how and when to build and/or renovate laboratory spaces. EYP Science and Technology Sector Leader Jeffrey Schantz shares his expertise on research facility design, commenting on several trends including a notable shift toward convergence science, the increased need for flexible spaces, and incorporating sustainability to boost research labs’ return on investment.
In the current political climate of constantly shifting national healthcare policy, healthcare architects and their clients are facing new challenges when it comes to long-term planning. Former EYP Healthcare Sector Leader David Watkins recently authored the article, “The Future of Healthcare Architecture: Obstacles and Opportunities Abound,” for Building Design + Construction, exploring these challenges, along with strategies and opportunities for architects to make meaningful recommendations to provide long term value to their healthcare clients and the communities they serve.
Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) reinforces the “Well Building” concept that has become central to so many building designs. EGD is also an excellent way to extend the conversation of the sustainability of buildings to elements we all need to live and flourish within the built environment. Through strategic EGD installations, we can encourage people to make healthy choices throughout their day while simultaneously helping clients subtly promote wellness. More