Case Studies

Case Study: Cisco

Cisco Systems – the worldwide leader and $ 39.5B network company – is concerned about privacy. Their sales offices utilize a mixture of open plan design and “quiet” rooms for confidential conversations. Specifying high-end, quality materials, Cisco’s highly engineered spaces became uncomfortable for employees because they were too quiet—almost museum like in effect.
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Case Study: Duane Morris LLP – Privacy

Duane Morris LLP is a full-service law firm with more than 700 attorneys in over 24 offices around the world. Based out of Philadelphia, PA, Duane Morris has centralized most of its business operations – including their facility and construction functions.
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Case Study: Duane Morris LLP – System Access

Duane Morris LLP is a full-service law firm with more than 700 attorneys in over 24 offices around the world. Based out of Philadelphia, PA, Duane Morris has centralized most of its business operations – including their facility and construction functions.
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Case Study: IndependenceFirst

IndependenceFirst is a non-profit agency directed by, and for the benefit of, persons with disabilities, primarily serving the four county metropolitan Milwaukee area. IndependenceFirst renovated a building in the historic 5th Ward of Milwaukee,
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Case Study: Inova Fairfax Hospital

Inova Fairfax Hospital, Inova Health System’s flagship hospital, is an 833-bed, nationally recognized regional medical center serving the Washington, D.C. metro area. The hospital is consistently ranked among the top healthcare providers in the United States
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Case Study: Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente – the largest non profit health plan serving over 8.6 million members with 2008 revenue of $40.8B – was looking to improve their medical office building standard, in particular for exam rooms.
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Case Study: Knight Ridder

Knight Ridder’s challenge was to move more than five hundred employees from three buildings into one new building. The company CEO had decided that the entire space (135,500 square feet) would be open office, including the executive offices.
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Case Study: Lowe Campbell Ewald

Lowe Campbell Ewald – Concrete. Collaboration. When Lowe Campbell Ewald (LCE) returned to Detroit, they wanted a fresh start but also wanted to be grounded in their roots. The LCE space, located at Ford Field, is the epitome of current trends in design. Hard surfaces with an interactive layout flourished in the design.
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Case Study: Barrington Women’s Hospital

Barrington Healthcare for Women (BHCW) – a three location obstetrics and gynecology practice in Illinois, noticed significant patient dissatisfaction at their Crystal Lake, IL location. In particular, they identified acoustics, and specifically the patient’s perception of speech privacy, as a major component to this dissatisfaction.
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Case Study: Cisco

Cisco Systems – the worldwide leader and $ 39.5B network company – is concerned about privacy. Their sales offices utilize a mixture of open plan design and “quiet” rooms for confidential conversations.
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