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The CORE: New Recreation Facility Features One-Of-A-Kind Design

Creating a world-class community recreation facility requires more than an ambitious building and new equipment. It starts with a shared vision, strong partnerships, and a commitment to residents.

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Commercial Real Estate Adopts New Technology

NAIOP Development Magazine spotlights emerging technologies that are changing commercial real estate in this Winter 2017/2018 article featuring D/P/S's Brandon Garrett.

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Senior Living Design Architect Joins D/P/S

John W. Gould, AIA to grow Dekker/Perich/Sabatini's senior living practice.

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Ancient & Modern: Intersecting Traditional Health & Present-Day Healthcare

Originally presented at the 2017 Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in Austin, this case study of Kayenta Health Center illustrates how the facility couples traditional cultural perspectives of healing with current wellness trends.

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D/P/S Reaches 50 LEED Projects

Dekker/Perich/Sabatini has been designing sustainable buildings for decades, and this year we're celebrating our 50th LEED certified project -- Fort Lewis College Sitter Family Hall!

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Eight Truths for Commissioning Exceptional Religious Artists

In his 35 years of consulting for places of worship and devotion, Robert Habiger has had the opportunity to work with many religious artists and architects. He has formed eight truths for commissioning exceptional religious artists to bring greater awe and meaning to a project.

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Can We Meet AIA 2030 Goals?

D/P/S signed the AIA 2030 Commitment one year ago. How far have we come and how much farther do architecture firms have to go to achieve carbon neutral buildings by 2030?

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Street Trees: Designing an Urban Streetscape for Albuquerque Rapid Transit

Being a tree in a busy urban streetscape is a tough job. The expectations are high and the restrictions are many. For the new trees along the Albuquerque Rapid Transit line, designing a healthy streetscape meant transforming a tangle of utilities and concrete into green infrastructure.

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How Virtual Reality is Changing the Way We Work

Virtual reality is finally here, and we're standing in it. Take a look at the latest VR has to offer, how it’s changing business, and what it means for you.

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Moving On Up: Travis 6th Grade Campus

How can school districts ease the transition from elementary to middle school? Learn how Travis 6th Grade Campus and its Small Learning Communities prepare students for secondary school.

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