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An Inside Look at the Nashville Yards Groundbreaking and Tower Implosion
January 11, 2018
“Sometimes to create, you must first destroy,” is a popular quote from Greek mythology, and it rang true this past…
 
First Steps in Last-Mile Connectivity
January 3, 2018
For people who use transit services, trips do not simply begin or end when they get on or off a…
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Surprises Not Welcome: Proactive Utility Coordination for Transportation Projects
December 20, 2017
Almost every highway construction project includes the accommodation and relocation of utilities, since utilities are almost always found within or…
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Promoting Independent Travel: ACRP Research Report 177
December 7, 2017
Independent travel in airports for aging travelers and passengers with disabilities such as vision loss and reduced mobility presents complex…
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Using Lean Principles to Generate Physician and Staff Buy-In
September 19, 2017
In our healthcare projects, we employ a design framework known as value-added design (VAD), which aims to drive value in…
 
Digging Deeper with TMCs: Managing Traffic for Planned Special Events
September 14, 2017
A few months ago, I explored the many benefits of transportation management centers (TMCs) when it comes to successfully managing general traffic…
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Merging Artwork and Building Design: UF Health North Patient Tower
August 22, 2017
Art is a powerful tool that inspires well-being and helps improve patient experiences and outcomes. Yet with many hospital projects,…
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Creating an Atmosphere of Hope and Healing: Sarasota Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Pavilion
August 10, 2017
At the grand opening celebration for Sarasota Memorial Hospital (SMH) Rehabilitation Pavilion, a young woman in her 20s, the survivor…
 
TMCs Hold The Key to Successful Transportation Operations
February 20, 2017
Most people are familiar with the real estate industry’s mantra: “Location, location, location.” The phrase essentially means that a property’s…