Upgrading to First Class: The Future of Airports

July 7, 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, aviation has been one of the hardest hit industries. With stay-at-home orders and travel limiting measures being implemented all over the world, air travel decreased dramatically over fears of contracting the …

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Retail Technology: 5 Ways It Can Bring Revenue Back to the Industry

July 1, 2020

Many retailers have taken a blow to the bottom line as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. The necessary temporary closure of brick and mortar locations across the country to prevent the spread of the …

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Is Your Building Back-to-School Ready?

June 26, 2020

“Schools are closed for the rest of the year.” These words changed what schooling and education looked like for many, practically overnight, in the spring of 2020. But what should change when doors reopen and …

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Restaurant Design for Reopening: Engineering a Safer Dining Experience

June 26, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants across the country have endured significant decreases in revenue, jobs, and overall profit, radically impacting the industry as a whole. Despite the challenges presented over the last several months, the …

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Designing the Built Environment for Behavioral Health

June 25, 2020

A strong foundation of health includes both physical health and mental health. Historically, mental health has been the element of foundation for overall health that has been stigmatized. Current research highlights the impact of mental …

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Medtail: The Intersection of Healthcare, Retail, Wellness, and More

June 25, 2020

One would be hard-pressed to find more customer-focused industries than healthcare and retail. As the consumer experience evolves, it is all about bringing primary care closer to the patient. With convenience as top priority, medtail …

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Have We Reached the Tipping Point for CO2 Refrigeration Systems?

June 22, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the grocery industry has seen an unprecedented demand for online grocery shopping. To meet the needs of consumers making the switch to online shopping, many retailers are choosing to expand …

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Third-Party Inspections and Plan Review Offered by Henderson

June 16, 2020

At Henderson Engineers and Henderson Building Solutions, we believe in continually finding ways to help solve our client’s challenges so they can be successful, especially when it comes to third-party inspections, plan review, and commissioning. …

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UV Disinfection: An Engineering Perspective

June 10, 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Henderson Engineers’ director of engineering, Dustin Schafer, and many of our technical leaders, including electrical technical director, Sean Turner, have been fielding questions relating to infection control technologies …

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Healthcare Design in the Wake of COVID-19

June 4, 2020

As the world discusses how to reengage our society in the wake of COVID-19, healthcare facilities will be looking at key learnings from this time to better host the public in safe and effective ways …

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Comeback Season: The Future of Venue Design Amid COVID-19

June 3, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the sports and entertainment industry has come to a screeching halt as venues around the world grapple with understanding the virus and its transmission paths in order to make their …

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How Grocery and Warehouse Design Confronts COVID-19

April 23, 2020

According to The New York Times, 42 states across the nation, as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, have enacted a shelter in place directive, in one way or another urging citizens …

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Optimizing Your Venue During This Unprecedented Time

April 20, 2020

Without question, we’re facing a trying time as the world copes with the spread of COVID-19 and its fallout. As we all adjust to our new “normal” centered around social distancing, we’ve seen several venues …

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Infection Control Technologies for Building Design

April 16, 2020

The recent spread of the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought several new questions to the forefront with respect to the design and operation of the buildings in which we spend much of our time, specifically …

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Esports: An Isolation-Proof Pastime

April 6, 2020

While traditional sports are postponed and we are only able to watch classics from years past, esports has been able to step in to fill the void with live content. Esports, the activity that has …

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Negative Isolation Rooms: Responding to COVID-19

March 20, 2020

As a society, we are all currently watching the coronavirus (COVID-19) updates, intently looking for information. We have seen information provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and in …

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Eliminating Distractions with Engineering Aesthetics

February 4, 2020

At a project’s conception, the renderings are clean, timeless. As construction begins and the building systems are integrated, more and more devices are incorporated into the design. Despite efforts to coordinate, at the final walk-through, …

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Dense Urban Areas: Considerations For Building

February 4, 2020

It’s no secret that core growth in dense urban areas is on the rise. From cities like Austin, Nashville, and Atlanta that are experiencing massive spikes in development through revitalization, to more established cities like …

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The Role of Building Systems in Warehouse Design

January 31, 2020

Warehouse design is evolving and changing the way retail operates in many ways. Store fronts with stylish ensembles and grocery locations showcasing appetizing fresh produce are being replaced by well-lit product photography and easy to …

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Building Systems & Career Readiness Programs

October 16, 2019

School today feels more like the workplace of tomorrow. The growing trend is to design education facilities that mirror occupational reality, which helps students better prepare for their future careers. Medical education programs are simulating …

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