Monthly Archives: October 2012

October 30, 2012, by Lauren Della Bella

Is the Safe Choice the Right Choice?

Recently, I attended a conference at the University of Cincinnati on Surfaces.  The conference was put together to honor Jay Chatterjee the former dean of the College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning (DAAP) and the orchestrator of UC’s Campus Master Plan and building renaissance (not to mention one of my own planning professors).  Many […]

October 23, 2012, by admin

The Art of Storytelling

Every day I find it more and more important to develop my skills as a storyteller.  Storytelling touches many aspects of my day to day life at SHP.  It affects how I present, how I perform business development activities, and even how I think about the future.  So what makes a good storyteller? I have […]

October 16, 2012, by Josh Gentry

Geothermal: The Flexible HVAC Design

When we are beginning the design of new buildings there are a lot of things to consider when selecting the HVAC system type. These considerations range from sustainability to availability for local maintenance support, but by far the highest priority for 99% of projects is staying within budget. Staying within budget can be difficult to […]

October 9, 2012, by admin

My “App” Problem

“I Have a Problem” I am an app junkie.  There, I said it.  Isn’t that one of the twelve steps, admitting your problem?  At last check, I have downloaded over 250 apps through the App Store.  I have a problem.  I like to think that I am an “App Beta Tester”.  So I have compiled a […]

October 2, 2012, by Sarah Kalish

Interviewing – Preparation is half the battle

Your resume is in great shape and you’ve got an interview! Now what?  An interview can be exciting but nerve-wracking, especially if you never interviewed before or if it’s been a long time.  Taking the time to prepare should help relieve some anxiety. First, be knowledgeable about where you are going.  If time permits make […]

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