Steve Kenat and Brooke Behnfeldt share why a well designed work environment is often a key resource in recruitment, retention and productivity in the corporate community. This phenomenon is no less present and critical in the not-for-profit world. GBBN has had the opportunity to work with many not-for-profit organizations, designing buildings and work environments that don’t just support their functional needs, but serve to expand and promote their Mission and their Brand – both internally and externally.
Matthew Schottelkotte's presentation during a webinar held at Frost Brown Todd that involves dissecting the Five-Year plan of China and what it means to U.S. businesses.
Steve Kenat, Dale McGirr, and John Michel share their knowledge on how non-profit organizations can expand, renovate, or replace their facilities through a variety of federal and state tax credit programs.
Article for the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP) Journal, Planning in Higher Education. Dale and Ron address the economic and financial issues surrounding campus preservation projects that tend to prevent approval of such projects, even when they have great strategic importance.
Learn about the history and strategic forces of off campus neighborhoods and the institutional strategic drivers for community development.