Monthly Archives: January 2016

BHDP at 2016 CURT National Conference

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BHDP is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Booth #38 during this year’s CURT National Conference. Michael Verdier and Sam Zhang, both from our Integrated Industrial Design team, will be on hand to demonstrate the advantages of integrating Modeling & Simulation into the front-end planning and design process of your capital projects. […]

Managing the Abstract – Online Webinar with BHDP

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This Friday, January 29, 12 – 1 p.m., Jim McGlade and Patrick Donnelly will host a FREE webinar. Join both client leaders as they discuss abstract elements and project managemet as related to the practice of architecture. Webinar Description: Despite every good intention, unexpected situations often occur throughout the building process that ultimately influence the […]

Building a Plant Stand from the Ground Up: A Project by Raine McMullen

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Raine, a third year interior design student at The Ohio State University and a BHDP co-op in our Columbus office, describes the process for a recent school project that culminated in the making of a uniquely fashioned plant stand. In the interview below, Raine provides an outline of her vision, the challenges she encountered and […]

Trends and Tensions in the Workplace Executive Roundtable Summary

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On Sept. 17, 2015, BHDP facilitated an Executive Roundtable titled “Trends and Tensions in the Workplace.” Leaders from across the corporate real estate industry met at Tangeman University Center in the heart of University of Cincinnati’s Clifton campus in Cincinnati, Ohio. Through ideation, data analysis and story-telling, the group unpacked workplace trends and tensions that […]

Four Types of Change: A Response to Citigroup’s New Workplace Design

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Brady Mick, design strategist and client leader at BHDP, provides this response to an article published in the Wall Street Journal outlining Citigroup’s new office plan. In his response, Mick navigates the four types of change any company must embrace in order to successfully transition their workforce from a closed to open office environment.   […]