Carole Wedge, former Shepley Bulfinch President and CEO, retires after 37 years
Wedge’s 37-year career at Shepley Bulfinch evolved a historic firm into a national design practice.
Shepley Bulfinch | Aug 8, 2022
The technology balancing act
As our world reopens from COVID isolation, we are entering back into undefined territory – a form of hybrid existence.
Shepley Bulfinch | Jul 26, 2022
Better design with a “brain break”
During the design process, there aren’t necessarily opportunities to implement “brain breaks,” brief moments to take a purposeful pause from the task at hand and refocus before returning to work.
Shepley Bulfinch | Jul 11, 2022
Student life design impacts campus wellness
As interior designers, we have the opportunity and responsibility to help students achieve deeper levels of engagement in their learning, social involvement, and personal growth on college campuses.
Shepley Bulfinch | Jun 8, 2022
Welcome to the hybrid library
Libraries have grown to become the intellectual and social hubs of campus, where, prior to March 2020, students, researchers, and faculty gathered to collaborate and connect.
Shepley Bulfinch | Jul 14, 2020
Is there a way to test for Covid-19 without PPE?
We developed a unique design concept: a testing booth that allows healthcare workers to administer tests without using PPE or being exposed.
Shepley Bulfinch | Aug 3, 2017
Today’s university lab building by the numbers
A three-month study of science facilities conducted by Shepley Bulfinch reveals key findings related to space allocation, size, and cost.