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Extreme Makeovers: Dealing with the Realities of Existing Building Renovations

This session, presented at EDspaces 2017 in Kansas City, explores factors to be considered when making the decision to keep, renovate or build new educational facilities.

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Lessons From Service Centers For Adults With Disabilities

A post occupancy evaluation of ENMRSH, Inc. - a community-based, non-profit adult day center.

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Dekker/Perich/Sabatini Announces Promotions

Meet our new Associates and Coordinators!

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A Focus On Wellness

Learn about the WELL Building Standard and our developing understanding of how the indoor environment affects people.

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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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River Road High School Expands Programs

Thanks to an investment in trades education programs, River Road High School students now have more options when entering the workforce.

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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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My D/P/S Externship

Ali Al-Gahmi shares his 5-day externship experience at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini.

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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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Bill Sabatini Elected to Council of Fellows

The American College of Healthcare Architects elects Bill Sabatini to the Council of Fellows.

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