The Weekly is STREAMING now. Join us at HorizonTV

Clark Nexsen Blog

October 20, 2020
Within the constraints of the typical COVID-19 office protocols, lab users face the...

A community space in Clark Nexsen’s renovations to Edens Quad Residence Hall at Duke University.

University Buildings | August 03, 2020
Clark Nexsen’s Student Life practice leader, Peter Aranyi, discusses the benefits of...
University Buildings | June 02, 2020
COVID-19 hasn’t just upended healthcare delivery, the workplace, and all levels of...
April 13, 2020
Distance learning, remote work, and the need for emergency medical facilities may...
Office Building Design | July 12, 2019
In the workplace, the only constant is change.
May 01, 2019
With the race for talent making recruiting and retention a hot topic, many believe the...
How outdoor environments provide value to K-12 learning, health, and safety

The courtyard at Carolina Day School is frequently used as an outdoor classroom, playground, and dining area. Graduation is also hosted in this space, with each graduating student ringing the bell in the center of the courtyard to complete their rite of passage to middle school. Photo courtesy Clark Nexsen

K-12 Schools | Clark Nexsen | April 25, 2019
Outdoor spaces at school offer students key opportunities to learn, problem solve, and...
K-12 Schools | Clark Nexsen | January 21, 2019
In an age during which stories of bullying, school shootings, and mental health concerns...
Engineers | August 22, 2018
Patrick Licklider, PE, CEM, GGP, LEED AP BD+C, an electrical engineer in Clark Nexsen’s...

Graphics: Clark Nexsen

BIM and Information Technology | Clark Nexsen | April 24, 2017
Clark Nexsen’s Brian Turner explores the benefits and challenges of energy modeling and...
Overlay Init

Your card will be charged: 0

Success!
x