48,000 lbs of Cans Help Kix Hunger

Spotted: Nine groups of architects and engineers tape swarming around the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota at 8:30 a.m. on a Saturday. And no, Lego-Land was not offering first come, first serve giveaways.

Industrial Tetris

The process of creating and packaging manufactured goods, as we all know, can be incredibly complex, requiring long, large, or cumbersome series of equipment to complete the task. In a business where time is money, each manufacturer’s facility layouts are paramount to their operation’s success.

Acre by Acre

Gaining Community Support for Major Agricultural Drainage Improvement Projects, One Landowner at a Time.

Shedding Light on Healthcare Facilities

The benefits of strategic design stretch beyond function and form, casting light into our everyday lives by supporting increased workplace productivity, student learning, and most recently healthcare patient healing.

First Step, Community Planning

Together, design firms, communities, cities, and development leaders can make a tremendous impact, and a solid, but flexible planning process is critical to success.

Another New Home for the Vikings

MSU, Mankato opens its latest and greatest student housing development; a home to MSU, Mankato students and professional athletes alike.

Challenging the Status Quo – Active Senior Living Campuses

As the Baby Boomer generation ages, housing designs are evolving to accommodate the active lifestyles and modern health behaviors of today’s seniors and retirees.

From Flintstones to Tomorrow’s Generation

Shifting patterns in transportation are changing the way forward-thinking city planners are approaching improvement and redevelopment projects in their communities, with new focus centered around providing dynamic and safe alternative transportation opportunities.