Depending on where you look, you’ll find that the oldest libraries in the US date to somewhere between the late 1600s and early 1700s. Ohio’s “Three C’s” big cities claim the following founding dates: The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County – 1853, Cleveland Public Library – 1869, Columbus Metropolitan Library – 1873. In […]
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a remarkable opportunity for Career Technical Education (CTE). CTE should not only emerge stronger after the pandemic, but also help shape -- and even lead -- the future of learning.
Ten years ago, SHP signed on to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2030 Commitment to work toward achieving zero carbon emissions in our projects by the year 2030. Now that we’re halfway to the deadline, where does SHP stand in our commitment? And, more importantly, what’s next?
By Charlie Jahnigen, AIA, LEED AP This is the second post in a two-part series based on SHP’s facilities master planning process with Sycamore Community Schools. Click here to access a PDF of SHP’s presentation of the process from the 2019 EDSpaces conference. As I mentioned in my first post, SHP has had […]
When was your last “really good” meeting? If you’re like me, it probably was not one your calendar told you to attend; it was the meeting after the meeting that provided the most value. My last excellent interaction occurred after a formal update to SHP’s senior leaders on the firm’s innovation research. The core team […]
By Charlie Jahnigen, AIA, LEED AP This is the first post in a two-part series based on SHP’s facilities master planning process with Sycamore Community Schools. Click here to access a PDF of SHP’s presentation of the process at the 2019 EDSpaces conference. Over the past several years, SHP had the privilege of assisting […]