SHP Welcomes Two New Members to Our Education Studio: David Powell and Annie Morman 03.11.21

SHP is thrilled to share we have added two new members to the Education studio in our Columbus office: David Powell and Annie Morman. David Powell, AIA, LEED AP, joins…

Early Childhood Education Licensure: An Opportunity for Intentional Partnerships 03.02.18

…of don’ts, we as designers afford ourselves the opportunity, with our partners, to provide the best possible environments for young children to learn, live, grow and become persons in. This…

Strengthening a Community: Designing The Boys & Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty 01.25.22

In early 2012, members of the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty recognized the need for a Boys & Girls Club to enable its school-aged children, approximately 20% of whom qualify…

Why the 2020 Election’s Record-High Voter Turnout is *BAD* News for Local Campaign Committees—And How SHP Can Help 11.19.20

…According to Pew Research, in most elections, the U.S. trails other developed countries in voter turnout. In fact, approximately 20% of registered voters have voted ZERO times in the past…

Unspoken Trends in Workplace Design 08.18.17

…major trends lists that deserve calling out. Tomato / Tomahto We work across a pretty broad spectrum of commercial building typologies (K-12 education, higher education, corporate office, mixed-use, multi-family residential,…

My Passion: The Value of Outdoor Learning 07.07.15

…adventure. That’s why I love designing for educational spaces, particularly early childhood and K-12 schools. For example, in an outdoor learning garden, students can learn about, either through planned lessons…

9 Billion Schools: One School’s Journey – A Student’s Perspective 08.01.17

…Journey blog series, I’ll discuss how the local, regional and national economic outlook impacted the Mercy McAuley transition team’s discussions, and education as a whole. I hope you’ll stay tuned….

9 Billion Schools: One School’s Journey – Adapting to the Speed of Business 09.13.17

…in consumer control, technology and business needs all impact education. While educational institutions may not feel the acute pressure of these changes as quickly as businesses, the change is certainly…

Automation is a Catalyst for Positive Change 12.22.17

…see people starving. I don’t think lack of money is the problem. It’s a lack of dignity, glue for a community, meaning, purpose in life… things that a job is…