Monthly Archives: May 2015

Complexity as an Advantage in Workplace Strategy

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Brady Mick, design strategist and client leader at BHDP, investigates how businesses can recognize the significance of the science behind complexity and use it to create the customized environments that are essential for today’s work.   Tension between the realities of work and current workplace strategies is taking a toll on business. With increasing work complexity at odds with […]

BHDP Earns Recognition as ENR Top 500 Design Firm

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Engineering News-Record (ENR) recognized BHDP as a “Top 500 Design Firm” in their May 11 issue.   The Top Design Firms survey is an annual feature of ENR, a premier publication for construction professionals that garners attention from project owners, engineers, contractors, and other significant industry experts. The list, now in its 50th year, provides […]

BHDP Appoints Sam Zhang to Lead Modeling and Simulation Capabilities for Integrated Industrial Design (IID) Market

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Sam Zhang joins BHDP as Supply Network Operations Analyst within its Cincinnati-based Integrated Industrial Design (IID) team.   Zhang joins BHDP with extensive experience in Supply Chain Optimization and Modeling & Simulation Analysis. His work spans multiple business sectors including industrial manufacturing, material distribution, and research & development facilities across a diverse collection of Fortune […]

The End of the Age of Management

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Brady Mick, design strategist and client leader at BHDP, examines at how businesses must eliminate outdated management practices in order to plan for future success.   Western business practices were in a state of flux when management guru Peter Drucker defined the “management by objectives” formula (MBO) in his book The Practice of Management. MBO […]

Facility Condition Assessments in Higher Education

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Although the Great Recession ended several years ago, the mantra of doing more with less remains today. This thought process applies to architecture and facilities maintenance as well, whether a new building or rehabilitation project is under consideration. Both require significant investment and resources. A detailed facility condition assessment (FCA), at the beginning of a […]