Judged and Juried: Pro Tips From a Studio Crit Juror

Judged and Juried: Pro Tips From a Studio Crit Juror

Contributed by: Clemente Jaquez, AIA, LEED AP, Design Director | Dallas Studio Editor’s Note: Rising Stars is an ongoing blog series featuring our emerging professionals’ experiences and adventures as they make their mark in the industry. Final plots just came off the...
Outpatient Clinics Bring the VA Closer to Injured Veterans

Outpatient Clinics Bring the VA Closer to Injured Veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs is making efforts to improve its construction management and align its design guidelines to industry standards. This fall, the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Palo Alto Health Care System in California is opening a three-story,...
The Benefits of Site Integration in Hotel Design

The Benefits of Site Integration in Hotel Design

One of the first considerations for architects when designing a hotel is effective site integration to ensure its success, not only as a business, but within the community in which it exists. The most important considerations when applying site integration in a...
Spotlight on Community Colleges―Training the Next-Gen Workforce

Spotlight on Community Colleges―Training the Next-Gen Workforce

Educating more than 12 million students each year, community colleges play a critical role in expanding post-secondary education opportunities. CP&M recently spoke with Richard Miller, FAIA, LEED-AP, BD+C, national higher education practice leader at Hoefer...
Focus on Healthcare Design

Focus on Healthcare Design

In an era when evidence-based design is highly valued, healthcare groups are finding that they can mine their own operations for this information. Instead of, or in addition to, going outside to benchmark for best practices, owners, facility managers and designers are...

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