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This morning, I overheard a gentleman sharing a story with a fellow commuter. It was the anniversary of his brother’s death. …read more
One of the industry buzzwords for the 21st Century is, “Green.” Want to sound cool, forward-thinking, and ahead of the times? Tell your client you specialize in “green” architecture. …read more
The much ballyhooed healthcare reform has the potential to affect the way hospitals are built and developed. Hospital administrators want to anticipate healthcare trends and build accordingly, but trends are difficult to anticipate in a changing political climate. …read more
So the blog experts say that I should begin with a brief introduction.
I am an architect who has specialized in the healthcare field my entire career. That includes hospitals, medical academies, nursing homes, research labs, blah, blah, blah. …read more