The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) cites attracting top talent, increasing productivity, and improving environmental, social or governance (ESG) performance as key outcomes of leveraging tools like their WELL Building Standard to develop healthier environments.
Clark Nexsen | Apr 1, 2021
As part of a surge in new housing projects for freshman and sophomores, we are seeing increasing demand for double occupancy rooms and suite-style arrangements in both new construction and renovation projects.
Clark Nexsen | Feb 17, 2021
Well-designed streetscapes provide a wealth of benefits for their respective communities.
Clark Nexsen | Aug 3, 2020
Clark Nexsen’s Student Life practice leader, Peter Aranyi, discusses the benefits of renovation and why it offers particular value to campuses nationwide.
Clark Nexsen | Jun 2, 2020
COVID-19 hasn’t just upended healthcare delivery, the workplace, and all levels of education – the economic toll is still being realized – and capital projects on college and university campuses will inevitably be impacted as public and privately funded projects adjust to the budget crunch.
Clark Nexsen | Apr 13, 2020
Distance learning, remote work, and the need for emergency medical facilities may forever change the way these spaces are designed and used – and a new emphasis on serving the community, regardless of primary function, has emerged.
Clark Nexsen | Jul 12, 2019
In the workplace, the only constant is change.
Clark Nexsen | May 1, 2019
With the race for talent making recruiting and retention a hot topic, many believe the inclusion of exceptional technology that can enhance the workplace will give companies a competitive edge.
Clark Nexsen | Apr 25, 2019
Outdoor spaces at school offer students key opportunities to learn, problem solve, and mentally refresh.
Clark Nexsen | Jan 21, 2019
In an age during which stories of bullying, school shootings, and mental health concerns are all too common, designers have a critical role to play in crafting K-12 schools that simultaneously promote engaged learning and student safety.
Clark Nexsen | Aug 22, 2018
Patrick Licklider, PE, CEM, GGP, LEED AP BD+C, an electrical engineer in Clark Nexsen’s Science + technology practice, shares his perspective on what it takes to successfully design laboratory and manufacturing environments for the fast-changing pharmaceutical and biotech industry.
Clark Nexsen | Apr 24, 2017
Clark Nexsen’s Brian Turner explores the benefits and challenges of energy modeling and discusses how design firms can implement standards for the highest possible accuracy.