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

Jacob Faiola and Steve Tossey Present Best Practices at BASA

Mechanical engineers Jacob Faiola and Steve Tossey have hit the speaker's circuit! We're proud they represented SHP in their breakout session, “Three Strategies for Improving Infectious Disease Through Indoor Air Quality,” during BASA's annual fall conference, Oct. 5-6.
October 7, 2020 - Article

Secret Agents for Smart: Thoughts on COVID-19 and Early Childhood Education

COVID-19 continues to place untold stress and unprecedented challenges on every level of education. However, those involved in early childhood education face especially unique complications. Fortunately, there are smart design solutions that can help limit the spread of disease.
October 2, 2020 - Article

Employee Spotlight: Susan Woollum, Office Manager

If you’ve ever visited our Cincinnati office, you know Susan Woollum: she’s the smiling face you often see hustling and bustling through the office, sharing a friendly word with everyone she encounters. More than that, as office manager, Susan is the glue that holds SHP together.
September 30, 2020 - Article

A Sense of Place: Defining the Workplace Experience Amidst COVID-19

In a post-pandemic world, workplaces will look and feel different; they already do. People will return to the office. But, what do we do in the meantime? SHP is in the unique position of helping answer this question. Importantly, as designers, architects and strategists, we aspire to rise to architecture’s greatest challenge—creating a sense of place that enhances human experiences—in a time when we must, by necessity, be apart.
September 28, 2020 - Article

Personalized Learning Meets Start-Up Mentality in the Synnovation Lab

Charlie Jahnigen, AIA, LEED AP, highlighted our work on the Synnovation Lab in the August/September issue of School Construction News. His featured article, Personalized Learning Meets Start-Up Mentality in the Synnovation Lab, outlines the bold thinking and "failing forward" mentality behind this incredibly personalized learning space. 
September 24, 2020 - Article