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Planning Buildings for the Future
April 17, 2018
Much has been written about autonomous vehicles—also known as driverless vehicles—in terms of their safety benefits and their projected impact…
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The Break Room: What is your favorite architectural marvel?
April 12, 2018
It’s National Architecture Week! To celebrate, we asked some of our architects about their favorite architectural marvel. Check out their…
Approaching the Transit Conversation with Local Perspectives
April 11, 2018
As it becomes clear that building more, bigger roads will not properly address our population growth and traffic congestion issues,…
Faces of GS&P: Jennifer Carr
April 10, 2018
Name: Jennifer Carr, AIA, LEED AP Current Title: Senior Architect Office Location: Nashville Years at GS&P: 11 In honor of National Architecture Week, we…
Connecting Resiliency and Sustainability
March 29, 2018
America’s infrastructure is failing to make the grade—the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gave it a D+ in its…
Staff-Focused Change Management in Emergency Departments
March 22, 2018
We are often challenged during the design phase of a healthcare project to incorporate features that will help facilitate new…
Equity in Communities Part II: Breaking Down the Barriers
March 8, 2018
Home to over 760,000 people within its consolidated city/county boundaries, Louisville Metro is not only growing but is also becoming…
Black History Month: A&E Industry History Made in Nashville
February 27, 2018
Black History Month is dedicated to celebrating the achievements of African Americans and recognizing their impact in shaping the history…
Faces of GS&P: Giny Jacob
February 22, 2018
Name: Giny Jacob, P.E. Current Title: Senior Water Resources Engineer Office Location: Atlanta (Alpharetta) Years at GS&P: 6 It’s introduce a girl to engineering…