A Design-Build Success Story: The New Virginia Beach Sports Center

by Chad Poultney

Like the elusive perfect game, the successful design-build delivery of the new Virginia Beach Sports Center is something like a dream. With less than three years elapsing from concept to completion, the Sports Center is a physical representation of what…

What Can Higher Ed STEM Design Learn from Commercial R+D?

by Don Kranbuehl and Jason Jones

Research environments on college campuses play a critical role in attracting top tier students and faculty and securing industry partnerships. With STEM career fields burgeoning, these facilities have become increasingly high profile, demanding design and technology that closely mirrors leading…

9 Tips for Effective Change Management

At its core, change management seeks to maximize the ROI of a physical space by addressing fundamental aspects of culture, structure, and language to develop a durable workplace strategy that transforms behaviors and delivers measurable results. w Achieving those results,…

Clark Nexsen Earns a Spot on the ARCHITECT 50 for the Sixth Time

For the past 11 years, ARCHITECT magazine has surveyed design firms across the country and evaluated them in three core categories to determine which firms reflect the best in architectural excellence. This year, ARCHITECT magazine analyzed data from 182 firms,…

Employee Well-Being and the Impact of Workplace Design

by Rachel Domencic

By making strategic design investments that focus on the health and welfare of their people, employers can expect a happier, higher performing workforce, and ultimately a more successful company culture. This marks a critical shift in the design paradigm. w…