Tag Archive for: Project Management

Designing the Perfect Pickleball Court: A Comprehensive Guide

Pickleball. It’s all the rage. In fact, it’s the fastest-growing sport that blends elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. In the United States alone, pickleball has captured the hearts of millions since the 1960s. As the popularity and remarkable growth continue, the demand for more courts is rising. This is sure to have decision makers […]

Communicating Effectively: A Conversation with Project Manager/Associate Jen Carroll, AIA

Early in her architecture career, Project Manager/Associate Jen Carroll had a “rubber meets the road” experience that taught her the art of project management and the importance of being aware of the bigger picture with complex design projects. Since then, she’s been thoughtfully leading internal and external teams with sharp attention to detail and keen […]

A Look at FCA Types and Knowing What’s Best for Your Project

Facility management is a multifaceted field that involves strategic planning, maintenance, assessment of buildings and their components. Whether dealing with a single building or an entire campus, facility condition assessments (FCAs) play a crucial role in understanding and managing assets effectively. In this blog, we’ll discuss different facility types, the levels of detail in assessments, […]