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Architecture’s Role in Combating Climate Change

Climate change is a scientifically undeniable phenomenon that has already exerted negative effects across the globe, and—barring massive worldwide interventions—it ’s only going to get worse. As inhabitants of a...

A Turning Point in the 2030 Commitment

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...

A Smart Design for KnowledgeWorks

...prescient, explained Project Lead and Vice President of Architecture at SHP, Jeffrey Sackenheim. “The new KnowledgeWorks space is particularly interesting and timely because it reflects what many organizations are grappling...

3D Scans and X-Ray Vision

...clients have moved into a space which SHP has designed. (Click here for a behind-the-scenes view into SHP’s very own Cincinnati headquarters.) On one recent project, our team took a...

Changes Coming to Workplace Strategy and Design

...It’s not hyperbolic to say: This pandemic will forever change the nature of work. But how does it impact the built environment? These initially disruptive changes have caused SHP to...

Workplace Restart Readiness: What’s After Next?

...Why Is the SHP Survey Different? The SHP Workplace Readiness Restart survey is designed to provide two results from an intelligent data set. First, the survey results will illustrate gaps...

Designing HVAC Systems to Last in Schools

I feel very fortunate to work with education clients to make improvements to their buildings that range from 15 to 100+ years old. Each of these buildings boast a different...