Case Studies May 2023

Bob Ortiz — Services for the UnderServed

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Bob Ortiz is not a native New Yorker —shoutout to Brooklyn—and he’s spent most of his career helping Big Apple residents find places to call home. These are more than homes, too. They’re facilities that Services for the UnderServed, better known by its S:US acronym, provides for people with developmental disabilities, and mental and behavioral […]

Andrew Feldman – RAD & D’Aprile

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’ll be the borough of Brooklyn’s first public school that adheres to Passive House standards. That’s a relatively new construction designation for a structure whose heat is at least half supplied via passive solar power such as sunlight streaming through energy-efficient, south-facing windows. Another 15 to 30 percent comes from heat recovery or other internal […]

Timothy Gross – Dayton Children’s

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Timothy Gross has a vested interest in the capabilities at Dayton Children’s. Then again, so do most people in this southwest corner of Ohio. However, he might have a stronger emotional connection. He and his wife have six children between the ages of 3 and 9, and all have been seen by Dayton Children’s medical […]

Natashia Dunham – Sobeys

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When Natashia Dunham joined Sobeys, she launched an extensive renovation program to improve the company’s facilities and bring them up to Canada’s new national standard. But for Dunham, that dovetailed nicely with her modus operandi. “Transformation, continuous improvement and real estate have always been themes in my career journey,” says Dunham, the director of corporate […]

Britt Phillips – Sharonview Federal Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Despite a digital age shift that, according to Forbes, has seen the percentage of people who prefer to use apps and websites for banking increase to 78 percent, personal interactions are the foundation for Sharonview Federal Credit Union in North Carolina. As Sharonview approaches its 70th anniversary, Britt Phillips, its vice president of facilities and […]

Michael S. Terrell – Liberty University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It may be a school that adheres to conservative values and for that Liberty University makes no apologies. But it needn’t cling to some old and very inefficient ways of campus and facilities upkeep. So, Michael S. Terrell emphasized two years ago when returning to where he had lived, the idyllic locale of Lynchburg, Virginia, […]

Gary Ball – Madison Marquette

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Imagine needing an act of Congress to move forward on a massive mixed-use construction project. The partnership of Madison Marquette and Hoffman & Associates Inc. needed three to begin construction on The Wharf, a mixed-use project extending along 27 acres of the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., says Gary Ball. The partners also had to […]

Brenna Morfitt – Artis REIT

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s easy for residents and visitors in Winnipeg, Manitoba, to see how the 300 Main mixed-use high-rise is becoming a downtown landmark. After all, it’s the tallest building in the city. It towers over Portage and Main streets at one of the Canadian city’s most famous intersections. It offers 395 apartments with one, two and […]

Mat Bradley – Titus Regional Medical Center

Est. reading time: 4 mins

There’s no avoiding the risk of infection at any hospital. But there are ways of mitigating it. So Mat Bradley emphasizes while going about his responsibilities as facilities director at 174-bed Titus Regional Medical Center in the Northeast Texas community of Mount Pleasant. A hospital’s plumbing apparatus often where bacteria festers, he’s assembled a water […]

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