Technical.ly DCcaught our attention with their profile of a 14-story, “dual use” building perfect for anyone looking for coworking, co-living or both. Spoiler alert: serious tax incentives available.
Why are we still designing for Millennials? In this recent article in Facility Executive, BHDP Architecture’s T. Patrick Donnelly encourages designing for (work) life stages instead.
[SPONSORED] The new book Cultivating a Creative Culture details how businesses can make their office environments more conducive to employees doing their best work. It covers everything from healthy office space configuration, to areas set aside for creative problem solving, to the value of Swedish ‘fika’ and spots tailored to pausing for a coffee break.
Little did Elise know that her first job, in the facilities department at Ralston Purina, while obtaining her M. Arch at Washington University, in St. Louis would foreshadow where her career would lead. She has always been a strong advocate for providing the best possible spaces for people to work – where aesthetics meet function and drive business success.
FOX Architects recently completed a project with Balfour Beatty Construction for their new offices in Fairfax, Virg., by way of the IPD process.
What is IPD, you ask? How does it benefit the project in the long run?
I had those very same questions and went straight to the sources, Nicole Antil- Sr. Project Designer and Genelle McDonald- Chief Estimator for Balfour Beatty Construction. Read on and find out what they had to say about IPD.