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How Data Elevates Healthcare Space Design (Pt. 1)

   On this episode of Champions of Care, a Champion Chair podcast and your leading source for industry-leading insights and thought leadership about medical seating and more, BSA Read more

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What Makes for a ‘Cheap’ Flatbed Printer?
July 30, 2021
On previous episodes of Print Precision from DigiTech, we’ve covered a simple truth – quality is the cheapest thing you can offer your customers. There’s no substitute for a high-quality flatbed printer like the Read more
The Technical Aspects of In-Circuit Test Fixtures
July 30, 2021
Critical in-circuit test fixtures, or ICT fixtures, are no strangers to On Deck with Circuit Check. This show isn’t their first mention, but, for this episode, ICT fixtures got a more in-depth look for a better Read more
Strategic Accounts—A Role for Everyone
July 30, 2021
Service Logic’s Elizabeth Barber, Operations & Communications Manager, and Sarah Craver, Accounting Assistant, spoke with host Hilary Kennedy on the importance of everyone’s role in running Read more
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How Data Elevates Healthcare Space Design (Pt. 1)
November 30, 2020
   On this episode of Champions of Care, a Champion Chair podcast and your leading source for industry-leading insights and thought leadership about medical seating and more, BSA Read more
How Data Elevates Healthcare Space Design (Pt. 2)
November 30, 2020
   In part two of the podcast, Daniel Litwin, Jen Worley and Karen Tobin dove into how certain design elements can help patients return to medical facilities and re-engage with routine Read more
Why Equity is a Hidden Component of Resiliency
August 17, 2020
  On this episode of Build for Impact, host and LEED architect Daniel Huard is joined by another LEED Fellow and award-winning architect, Eric Corey Freed. Freed serves as the Read more
How Wood & Wool are Intersecting in Sustainable Design
April 26, 2019
  Globally, there are 2.4 trillion square feet of constructed environment, a number slated to double in the next 40 years. Instead of racing to build faster and cheaper, there is a growing Read more