On Learning and Basketball

“When I was younger, I hated learning—scratch that—I hated school. Then LeBron James happened.” Intern Alex Horton shares how a love of basketball led to a love of lifelong learning.
November 12, 2020 - Article

Employee Spotlight: Jenny Gallow, Senior Interior Designer

"It's bringing others’ ideas to life that I take pride in," explains Jenny Gallow, senior interior designer. Whether she is responding to specific client direction or dreaming up a design purely from imagination, she works hard to make our clients feel included and have their voices be a part of the process. Get to know Jenny a little better in our latest employee spotlight!
November 4, 2020 - Article

Employee Spotlight: Kyle Miller, Project Architect

The newest face in SHP’s Columbus office is Kyle Miller, project manager and architect. Kyle believes that architecture is about more than just creating a building. To be a great architect, he feels that you must be skilled in the craft, open-minded to other ideas, passionate about the work—and that’s just to get you out of bed in the morning.
October 23, 2020 - Article

The Class of 2033: A Series Introduction

How will we set the Class of 2033 up for lifelong learning, which is going to be absolutely imperative to their long-term success and fulfillment?
October 22, 2020 - Article

ICYMI: A White-Knuckled Ride on the Giga Coaster, Orion

Thrillseekers and speed demons are sure to get their fix when they visit Kings Island this year! Joining the world-class lineup of roller coasters at the park is Orion®, designed exclusively for the park by world-renowned Bolliger & Mabillard. SHP is dizzy with excitement over our role on the project, having contributed to the engineering of the ride.
October 19, 2020 - Article

The Outdoors Belong to Everyone: Designing Three Different Spaces for Three Different Users

SHP is in the thick of a unique design exploration for a branch of the Delaware County Public Library. Plans currently call for three different outdoor areas, each intended to serve the needs of a different audience. The project has stretched our thinking, and while the space may be small, the hopes for it are understandably and inspiringly huge.
October 16, 2020 - Article