CMBA Newsletter

College of Education

University of Iowa | Iowa City, Iowa [Read More]

Orange City Fire Station

Orange City, Iowa [Read More]

Central Sterilization Services

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics | Coralville, Iowa [Read More]

Starr Elementary School

Grand Island Public Schools | Grand Island, Nebraska [Read More]

Visual Communication: A Critical Part of Campus Back-to-School Plans

As colleges plan for classes this fall – online, in classrooms, or a hybrid of both – those that opt for some form of in-person instruction will need to deliver it safely. In order to do that, universities will need to follow health guidelines and communicate information effectively and clearly... [Read More]

Impact of the Shift to Virtual Learning on the Future of Higher Ed Design

an iPad laying on top of an open book

COVID-19 is transforming many aspects of life, and higher education is no exception. As crisis-driven "experiments" begin launching, we should be collecting data and paying attention to the affect on higher education’s business model and the accessibility of quality higher education to discover... [Read More]

Re-Imagining Healthcare Design After COVID-19

pile of disposable masks

While we can't know for certain what healthcare in the U.S. will look like in the future, those of us in healthcare design are in a unique position to both watch and guide our clients towards possible solutions to changes as they happen. Here are some areas where we see change coming... [Read More]

Visual Communication: A Critical Element of Your Back-to-School Plan

common area of a k12 school

As K12 schools plan for classes this fall — online, in classrooms, or a hybrid of both — those that opt for some form of in-person instruction will need to deliver it safely. In order to do that, schools will need to follow health guidelines and communicate information effectively and clearly... [Read More]

Impact of Shift to Virtual Learning on Future of K12 Design

COVID-19 is transforming many aspects of life, and education is no exception. Right now, the Coronavirus pandemic is causing unexpected global experimentation with K12 remote learning. As crisis-driven "experiments" begin launching, we should be collecting data and paying attention to the affect on... [Read More]

On-Site Staff Childcare: The Right Move for Your Hospital?

According to the Maryland Child Care Resource Network, more than 65% of workers have at least one young child. Whether a worker is a single parent or half of a dual income family, quality and reliable child care is a top priority among this majority of the population. However, it doesn't come... [Read More]

Will More Office Designs Start Including Permanent Outdoor Workspaces?

3 individuals sitting in bean bags working on laptops in a rooftop lounge

People have more or less accepted that natural light and connectivity to nature are legitimate ways to improve employee health and wellness. However, this has some going as far as demanding that work is moved outdoors! Due to COVID-19, the case for moving (at least some) office work outside is... [Read More]

How Remote Work Will Change Office Design

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