Resource pages for "Perkins+Will"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Sustainability, collaborative space, and flexibility were primary objectives for construction of a new central Ohio high school.
Green Building Experts urge caution that COVID-19 may be fueling the use of potentially harmful antimicrobials in building materials.
Even in densely populated locations, there are opportunities to design outdoor spaces for employees and visitors.
Design firm Perkins&Will announced that the Avison Young Dallas office is WELL-certified, a designation for advancing health and well-being in buildings.
At Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, a new student athletic facility achieved LEED Platinum certification.
The sustainably-built, energy-efficient Unilever headquarters was also named Commercial LEED Project of the Year by the New Jersey chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council.
When redesigning office space, blending new and old often yields valuable outcomes.
Funded by the American Society of Interior Designers Foundation’s Transform Grant, a year-long study found adjustable workstations beneficial in reducing inactivity in and outside of the workplace.
A surprising mix of technology, government reinvention, and enforcement methods are transforming today's police forces, according to Perkins+Will.
New research paper looks at the role of sustainable design in maximizing employees' well-being and overall productivity.
The Toolkit gathers predictive tools and resources in one location, with the goal to improve people’s ability to understand and manage climate-related risks and opportunities and to help them make their communities and businesses more resilient to extreme events.
In the face of extreme weather, facilities housing mission critical resources seek increased resilience. From the September 2013 issue.
The relationship between the chemical content of building materials and occupant health is gaining renewed attention. This installment of "Renewable Energy" shifts its focus from alternative power to conversations about "chemicals of concern."