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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 …

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 of the United States. From Garrett Morgan, who some refer to as “The Father of Transportation Technology,” to Robert

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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 day! We want to introduce you to a female engineer at GS&P. Meet Giny Jacob, a …

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Terminal Modernization: Why Bother? A Discussion on the Financial and Operational Case for Airport Terminal Upgrades (Part II)
February 20, 2018

A terminal modernization program can be a complicated and expensive task that airport operators may be hesitant to undertake unless necessitated by demands for increased capacity. This is the second post in our series examining why airport operators should bother …

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The Break Room: What is your favorite engineering marvel?
February 19, 2018

It’s Engineers Week, a one-of-a-kind event dedicated to celebrating how engineers make a difference in our world. This year’s theme is “Inspiring Wonder”, calling attention to today’s awe-inspiring wonders and innovations. We asked some of our engineers about their favorite …

Transforming the Built Environment – Integrated Process for Health Promotion
February 19, 2018

Touching every aspect of our lives, the built environment is a powerful determinant of both individual and population health. While the public health sector has developed a robust understanding of the relationship between health and the human-made spaces in which …

Why Corporate Branded Environments Matter Part II: Telling LifeWay’s Story
February 15, 2018

Last year, I wrote a blog post about the reasons that branded environments matter in corporate spaces. These spaces can include headquarters and offices, hotels, restaurants or retail stores, among others. In a nutshell, I made the point that branded …

Use Your Voice: Why Public Speaking Still Matters
February 13, 2018

Public Speaking. Say those two words and many people shutter. Their heart rates increase, their palms begin to sweat and their stomachs twist into knots. In fact, nearly three in four people have this reaction, as it’s reported that 75 …

Margin Pressure Calls for Tactical Network Formation and Balanced Infrastructure Creation
January 31, 2018

All healthcare providers are experiencing some degree of financial pressure due to contracting reimbursement growth and rising costs for technology, drugs, and human resources. As a result, the healthcare industry has experienced unprecedented merger and acquisition activity. At the national …