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No matter what, hospital campuses need to stay open to provide care while also evolving to keep up with modern trends and technology.

Even in areas where there are no earthquakes, there is still a need to make sure that health care buildings perform in a way that most

Nick Floyd shares his experiences working on State Capitol projects where we get to bring all our services to bear to help solve problems for our clients and the larger communities they serve.
Filippo Masetti describes some of the ways we improve our workflows and deliverables in new design and investigation projects.
Why are museums so difficult? Sean O’Brien explains that one reason is their specialized interior environment.
Nathaniel Smith discusses mitigating risks before construction and responding to issues that may arise.
SGH's Matthew Bronski describes how preservation projects require bringing together multiple disciplines to tackle difficult restoration problems.
SGH’s culture of giving back helps give us a better understanding of where our industry is moving and where it needs to go.
Hear how resilience goes beyond redundancy and robustness to involve the ability of a system to adapt and recover.

After years of chronic water infiltration at Johns Hopkins University’s historic Krieger Hall, several below-grade interior spaces had become

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