BELIEVING: COLLABORATING FOR CARE

In any thriving organization, there are always things going on that are motivated by the passions of the employees that may not become wholly evident to management until they reach a critical mass of ideas or initiatives. Such is the case with this month’s blog post by Philippe [...]

By | June 9th, 2017|Faith Based, Guest Writer, Senior Living|2 Comments

ARTFUL RE-PURPOSE, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

MCMULLEN MUSEUM OF ART, BOSTON COLLEGE 2016 INTRODUCTION Those of you that are regular readers will know that one of themes that came through in the blog in my history of the firm was how we were consistently able to gain the opportunity to design new and unusual project [...]

By | November 22nd, 2016|Academic, Guest Writer|1 Comment

WHAT PARENTING A SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD TAUGHT ME ABOUT MANAGEMENT

In my architectural education and experience, there was a minimal amount of management training on the way to running a firm. You have to observe and gradually learn these skills on the job. But there is nothing that prepares you for being the parent of a [...]

By | September 29th, 2016|Culture|7 Comments

DELIVERING QUALITY DESIGN THROUGH DESIGN/BUILD

We know that good design is not limited by the project delivery system; it has been delivered under many different scenarios including Design/Bid/Build, CM, CM at Risk, Bridging and Design/Build. Quality design is an iterative process that takes into account the client’s program and desires and [...]

By | May 25th, 2016|Academic, Design|0 Comments