Case Studies

Bradley Nelson – SPIRE Hospitality

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The good news for Bradley Nelson—and all of the hospitality industry—is hotels are filling again after occupancy rates plummeted in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Occupancy rates are projected to reach 63 percent in 2022, increasing from 54 percent in 2021 and 44 percent in 2020—and approaching pre-pandemic levels. Revenue is increasing, too, with […]

Chad Lundeen – Saatva

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Sleep being a private activity, shopping for a mattress in public might be counterintuitive to some people. That’s why Saatva designs its viewing rooms to be restful and calming. The mattress company, which has headquarters in New York and Austin, Texas, has viewing rooms in six major U.S. cities. The newest, which is in Chicago, […]

Jake Basten – United Construction

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Jake Basten could talk about The Highlands at Aero Park in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, for hours. The four story, 224-unit multifamily complex broke ground in the spring and has an indoor pool, club room and internet cafe. Its massage and spa area will feature a private masseuse and there’s a maker space—similar to an art […]

Louise Lamb – Coupa

Est. reading time: 5 mins

People tend to associate colors with feelings. For example, red often relates to anger or love, yellow to happiness and blue to serenity. The psychological effect of colors can go even deeper, to the point of subconsciously changing one’s attitudes and mindsets. Fascinated by these findings, Louise Lamb is using colors to enhance the employee […]

Jill Miramontes – Sharp Grossmont Hospital

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Before a neurosciences center can be built, the organization behind it must become qualified to provide such advanced care. Sharp Grossmont Hospital, located in East San Diego County, got the green light in early 2020 when it received accreditation as a comprehensive stroke center. Now, after weathering the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the hospital […]

Phil Massey – Penn State Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When it comes to building and maintaining a hospital, attention to detail is paramount—from the color of the paint to the quality of the air. After all, the hospital itself is like a living, breathing organism: The more seamlessly its parts work together, the healthier it is. This holds especially true for Pennsylvania’s Lancaster Medical […]

Ashley Shoults – Veterinary Emergency Group

Est. reading time: 4 mins

One of the worst things a pet owner can experience is having to bring their sick or injured animal to an emergency veterinary hospital. Waiting anxiously in the lobby while their beloved pet is taken behind closed doors; worrying how the pet is reacting to strangers and other animals: it’s a situation ripe for stress. […]

Corey Harpole – Somers West

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Different as these two places are, they’re among those where market-rate residential properties are most in demand. Sacramento, California, and the Island of Hawaii—commonly referred to as the Big Island—each are experiencing a housing crisis. Well, the grounds for making a difference are literally being laid in both locales. Market-rate, of course, is a relative […]

Mike Cooke – Cone Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s gone, the former Women’s Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina. Formerly the property of Cone Health, it was part of a 2020 real estate swap with a development company called Deep River Partners, which demolished the facility last January and has new uses planned. But what a legacy it left, first as where more than […]

Kyle Houraney – Orange County Global Medical Center

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It can be a riskier workplace than might be realized by those who don’t earn their livelihood at hospitals. Aside from being in proximity to ill and infectious patients, there’s the very real possibility of being assaulted by patients whose conditions might be aggravated by substance abuse. Or the hospital itself might be under threat. […]

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