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The Rhythm of the Unit: More Design Lessons from Shadowing a Nurse
May 10, 2018

As a designer of hospitals, I have always been curious about how nurses in the med/surg nursing unit spend their shifts, and how the design of these units impacts the delivery of patient care. In 2016, I had the opportunity …

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The Future of the Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Acuity Levels
April 25, 2018

Few would argue that the healthcare landscape is rapidly evolving. Today’s healthcare consumer has become far more engaged, not only demanding a greater level of personalization and convenience in their healthcare experience, but also seeking greater transparency in areas such …

Celebrating Technical Excellence, Service and Sustainability: A Roundtable Interview
April 18, 2018

Each year GS&P hosts Celebration, which honors the achievements of our employees, projects and practice over the past year. There are three featured awards each year:

  • The Edgar Powers, Jr., Memorial Award is given to one or more employees who
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 on transportation. It is anticipated that these robocars of the future will be available to the public by 2025, and …

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, interest in public transit is booming. To stay up-to-speed on the issues affecting the communities we serve, GS&P is growing …

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 want to introduce you to an awesome architect! Meet Jennifer Carr, a senior architect in our …

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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 most recent Infrastructure Report Card. In fact, ASCE estimates that the United States requires $2.0 trillion in infrastructure investment. Vulnerable …

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 processes that hospital leaders want to implement. The new construction of a department or an entire facility, for example, is …