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BHDP Architecture Opens New Office in Atlanta, GA

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BHDP Atlanta Office Release We are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Atlanta, GA. The office is located at 1230 Peachtree Street, Suite 1900, Atlanta, Georgia 30309 and can be contacted by phone at 770-545-5862. The office will be led by Lucas Roberts, AIA, LEED AP, who has a decade of workplace design […]

BHDP Architecture Opens New Office in Pittsburgh, PA

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BHDP Pittsburgh Office Release We are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Pittsburgh, PA. The office is located at 6425 Living Place, Suite 200; Pittsburgh, PA 15206 and can be contacted by phone at 412-450-6031. “With project locations spanning all 50 states, 5 Canadian provinces and 20 different countries around the globe, […]

Miami University’s New Armstrong Student Center Opens

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Miami University’s Armstrong Student Center has officially opened its doors to students! The student center, designed by BHDP, is a new $46 million, 203,000-square-foot structure. Meeting rooms, meditation centers, offices and dining options are available in the Armstrong Student Center for students, staff and visitors to enjoy. BHDP has been working with the University since 2008 […]

BHDP Brings Italian Architect and Designer Giorgio Borruso to Cincinnati

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BHDP Architecture is hosting “Inspiration and Innovation” with renowned and award-winning Italian Architect and Designer Giorgio Borruso on November 21, 2013. Borruso is best known for his innovative experiential designs for famous fashion houses and major fashion retailers. To date, his designs have received over eighty international awards, have appeared in over a thousand publications, […]

How much is the world changing?

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We are often faced with humbling facts about the human impact on the world. For example, I read a statistic from The Hay Group: more than 160 million employees worldwide are set to leave their organization. Well, honestly I am skeptical by nature about such grandiose claims of profound knowledge, but as I enjoy wild statistics and they […]

BHDP Designs New Bowling Green State University Chemistry Lab

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Bowling Green State University (BGSU) opened a new organic chemistry lab for students this fall. The new lab is open to all chemistry majors, as well as many other science students.  According to a BGSU newsletter article, “the fresh new space, completely redone and renovated, provides a state-of-the-art learning and teaching environment that is also […]

The Importance of Strategy in Corporate Real Estate

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Corporate Real Estate (CRE) teams are evolving their areas of focus from the traditional three prongs of portfolio planning, design and construction, and facilities management to include strategy. Strategy includes addressing essential issues like company vision, workplace effectiveness, worker performance and employee engagement. In the article, “”Trends in Corporate Real Estate: The Role of Strategy“” […]

Building Your Brand from the Inside Out

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Branding is an essential tool for any organization. An organization’s mission, goals, values, physical environment and employees are all necessary for a successful brand. It is important for a company to brand itself internally, with the help of employees, before publicly marketing a brand. During branding, organizations must remember: Employees are full-time ambassadors of the […]

University Chemistry Labs Redesigned

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BHDP has redesigned the way university chemistry labs should look and feel. Out with cinderblock walls and dated furniture, and in with custom labs, state-of-the-art cameras, flat screens and lounge areas.  George Kemper, architect and senior laboratory planner at BHDP, explains in the March/April issue of School Construction News how BHDP worked with Cleveland State University to transform its chemistry […]

What is the minimum requirement of a federally mandated Energy Code?

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In my last post on this topic I laid out the case for how we will eventually have a federally mandated energy code.  The next obvious questions:  What will be the basis of that code? And who will author the standard?   This is the point where you get barraged with a confusing series of […]