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The Future of LEED Certification and Construction

LEED certification, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a comprehensive rating system that green-focused companies aim for in the construction of their buildings. Abiding by the guidelines to meet this certification not only comes with the honor of being recognized as a company that places an importance on environmental safety, Read more

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The Future of LEED Certification and Construction
LEED certification, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a comprehensive rating system that green-focused companies aim for in the construction of their buildings. Read more
Architecture & Design
Reinventing Normal: Do Department Stores Have a Future?
Writer, speaker, retail futurist, and founder of consulting agency 22nd&5th  Howard Saunders joins Reinventing Normal host Mark Landini to discuss the future of retail stores. Read more
Architecture & Design
StudioDoc: Designing for Noise
The timeless movie classic, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” is set in the early 1960s. The grim psychological hospital is depicted with blank, white walls, hard and uninviting Read more
Architecture & Design
Adaptive Reuse is Gaining Momentum to Tackle the Housing Crisis
  With the housing market booming and driving up home prices in the US, “adaptive reuse,” or the buying up of large commercial spaces to convert into affordable housing, Read more
Architecture & Design
Will Future Designs Utilize a Smaller Footprint?
  Commentary: Architects plan for the future with every design, and right now they are in a precarious spot. Will clients want designs that utilize smaller foot prints or Read more
Architecture & Design
InfoComm 2021: Can AI Take the Artificial Out of the Office Experience?
  Key Points: Many companies are facing and the question they're repeatedly asking is how they make the office a place that employees truly want to be? AI is really Read more

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Not Your Father’s Data Center: Innovations in Generator Land
May 24, 2022
How did a Texas boy, who swore up and down he’d never leave Texas for Oklahoma, wind up involved with the data storage industry in Oklahoma? Chris Brown, CTO at Uptime Institute, isn’t 100% sure himself, but Read more
Leveraging AI to Improve Patient Outcomes in Healthcare
Leveraging AI to Improve Patient Outcomes in Healthcare
May 24, 2022
The importance of providing patients with a fast and accurate diagnosis cannot be overstated – it can be the difference between life and death. Unfortunately, the healthcare system is overwhelmed, and physicians Read more
Implementation Strategy: What Does a Successful Surgical Instrument Management System Implementation Look Like?
May 24, 2022
Technology plays a central role in every aspect of medical advancement — even in the surgical asset management field. On an episode of ConCensis host, Tyler Kern was joined by Theresa Cole, a Sterile Read more
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The Future of LEED Certification and Construction
May 6, 2022
LEED certification, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a comprehensive rating system that green-focused companies aim for in the construction of their buildings. Abiding by the guidelines to meet this certification not only comes with the honor of being recognized as a company that places an importance on environmental safety, Read more
Reinventing Normal: Do Department Stores Have a Future?
April 15, 2022
Writer, speaker, retail futurist, and founder of consulting agency 22nd&5th  Howard Saunders joins Reinventing Normal host Mark Landini to discuss the future of retail stores. Appreciating the long, hallowed history of shopping in the West and how it’s impacted the daily life of a vast cross-section of demographics, they dive into current industry Read more
StudioDoc: Designing for Noise
April 4, 2022
The timeless movie classic, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” is set in the early 1960s. The grim psychological hospital is depicted with blank, white walls, hard and uninviting furniture, and barred windows to prevent the residents from escaping. Despite taking place almost 60 years ago, it sometimes seems like the hospital’s depiction doesn’t Read more
Adaptive Reuse is Gaining Momentum to Tackle the Housing Crisis
November 16, 2021
  With the housing market booming and driving up home prices in the US, “adaptive reuse,” or the buying up of large commercial spaces to convert into affordable housing, is gaining momentum. For instance, California’s Project Homekey purchased and converted entire hotels and office buildings into thousands of affordable units — more than Read more
Will Future Designs Utilize a Smaller Footprint?
November 10, 2021
  Commentary: Architects plan for the future with every design, and right now they are in a precarious spot. Will clients want designs that utilize smaller foot prints or is that an over reaction to the past year? We asked architect Margine Biswas to weigh in on what design trends she is seeing. UC Santa Barbara made waves recently when Read more
InfoComm 2021: Can AI Take the Artificial Out of the Office Experience?
November 3, 2021
  Key Points: Many companies are facing and the question they're repeatedly asking is how they make the office a place that employees truly want to be? AI is really going to take our workspace and personalize it because it is constantly learning how it is able to adjust to your work experience. Commentary: The office experience as Read more
InfoComm 2021: The Real Impact of the Pandemic on AV’s Work and Workforce
October 28, 2021
The pandemic left lasting impacts on industry demographics and workflows; the AV industry is no exception. Our team on the ground at InfoComm 2021 wanted to get a pulse for some of the ways COVID left women in AV with less work and resources, as well as whether AV design work itself has shifted in 18 months. We spoke with Rebecca Sullins, Senior Read more
InfoComm 2021: How Architecture Embraced Disruption & Technology to Tackle Hybrid Work
October 28, 2021
   Key Points: The pandemic shifted the traditional office model. The notion of  hybrid work has been building for a long time. Companies must now focus on leveraging technology to empower employees to work from anywhere. Commentary: The events of 2020 forever changed how and where we work, disrupting the traditional office Read more
Architecture’s Role in Creating and Communicating Culture
October 6, 2021
  Key Points: Architecture is a form of art that can communicate culture and history. As an art form, architecture can be challenging because it must be practical and adhere to societal constraints, while still expressing aesthetic principles. Architecture can be designed in a specific style, which allows for designers to Read more