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Identifying Color Trends: Then and Now

Sherwin-Williams Coil & Extrusion Coatings reflects on the life of color trends throughout history and how trend forecasting plays a part then, now and in the coming years.


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HGA Insights Blog | Feb 8, 2021

Prioritizing staff wellbeing: A call to action

Recent studies reveal that more than 50 percent of physicians and one-third of nurses experience burnout, HGA researchers have the details—and the evidence-based design interventions.

Paladino | Feb 8, 2021

Six lessons learned from our first Fitwel Viral Response Module certification

The Fitwel Viral Response Module is one of several frameworks that real estate owners and operators can use to obtain third-party certification for their efforts ensuring their properties are ready for a safer and healthier return to work.

DLR Group | Jan 27, 2021

Selecting indoor air quality monitors to maintain healthy spaces

In searching for an indoor air quality monitor, most devices will measure a combination of temperature, relative humidity, carbon dioxide, particulate matter, and total volatile organic compounds.

sponsored | Panasonic | Jan 27, 2021

Healthy air systems protect builders and owners

Multi-family builders and owners are simultaneously addressing the healthy air demands of tenants and warding off potential liabilities and loss of revenue.

SmithGroup | Jan 25, 2021

Amid pandemic, college students value on-campus experience

All the students we interviewed were glad that they returned to campus in one form or another.

NBBJ | Jan 22, 2021

Cities should be planned for people before cars. Here's how it can be done.

Five lessons from Asia and Europe to create more human-centric American cities.

Stantec | Jan 20, 2021

Developing a new open space in your downtown community? Here are 5 key ideas to consider

The best landscape architecture solves the problems most important to its community with robust engagement and uniquely elegant solutions.

HDR | Jan 19, 2021

Buildings as carbon banks

Leveraging design to reduce our carbon impact.

Paladino | Jan 14, 2021

Shift your energy to carbon

Now is the right and necessary time for the commercial real estate industry to shift its environmental strategy from just energy, a carbon contributor, to carbon itself.

Burns & McDonnell | Jan 4, 2021

Optimizing construction projects with value engineering

When value engineering is referenced in our industry, our minds may immediately go to a process that reduces project cost by slashing scope or decreasing the quality of materials used. However, that is not necessarily what the definition should be.


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