• August/September 2012 | Courts Today

    Cost-Effective Design Strategies

    Donna Rogers, Editor

    "With near impossible lean budgets, here are some ways courts have worked with planners to get their projects off the ground." Dewberry's Chatham County Courthouse project in Savannah, Georgia, is discussed.

  • August 2012 | iBi -

    From Watches to World-Class Academics

    Tom Seymour

    Seymour discusses Bradley University's transformation of the historic Westlake Hall.

  • May 2012 | Virginia Town & City

    Dewberry Aided Louisa Earthquake Mobilization Response

    Dewberry's work in assisting Louisa County, Virginia, after the 5.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the East Coast in August 2011.

  • March 2012 | Point of Beginning

    A Down-to-Earth Cloud

    Christine Grahl

    Dewberry's work with cloud computing technology, in response to client needs.

  • March 2012 | The National Hydrologic Warning Council (NHWC) Transmission

    Leveraging Traditional Broadcast Media to Disseminate Effective Flood Risk Information

    Stuart Geiger and Benjamin Pratt

    Following catastrophic flooding in the Susquehanna River Basin in June 2006, the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, in partnership with the Susquehanna Flood Forecast and Warning System and private-sector technical support developed the web-based Susquehanna Inundation Map Viewer to provide a graphical flood inundation display for a gage-specific National Weather Service forecast.

  • December 2, 2011 | Point of Beginning

    A Living Building

    Larry Hlavacek, AIA, SE
    The Major General Emmett J. Bean Center in Indianapolis is one of the largest federal complexes owned and managed by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in the Midwest.
  • November 2011 | Consulting-Specifying Engineer

    Updating HVAC Standards

    Kevin Gallen, PE, LEED AP

    Staying informed on HVAC codes and standards - from ASHRAE to USGBC (page 21).

  • June 2011 | School Planning & Management

    Designed to Curb Obesity

    Sarat Pratapchandran

    Traditional school design has focused on creating a "culture of convenience" that minimizes travel times between classes. But designing spaces that help curb obesity in school children is one of the toughest school design issues at hand. Dewberry's Paul E. Kouri, AIA, is quoted.

  • April 2011 |

    Six-Acre Solar Energy Project Will be Indiana's Biggest Yet

    Bruce C. Smith

    Dewberry designed the Emmitt J. Bean Federal Center's modernization, including installation of four solar water heaters and a photovoltaic array over much of the 480,000-SF roof.

  • November 2010 |

    LEED and Executive Order 13514: What's the Connection?

    Thomas A. Fisher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, EBO+M
    Sustainable requirements for new and existing federal buildings.
  • November 2010 | Plumbing & Mechanical Engineer

    Green Trifecta

    Mike Miazga

    Dewberry's 1200 Nineteenth Street project in Washington, D.C., is highlighted.

  • November 2010 | Wharton School Publishing

    The Art of Managing Professional Services: Insights from Leaders of the World’s Top Firms

    Maureen Broderick

    Dewberry board member and former CEO, Ronald L. Ewing, was interviewed and contributed to this study on the professional service industry. Dewberry is mentioned and the firm's programs featured in the chapters "People: Recruiting, Training and Evaluation;" "Structure: Design, Governance and Style;" and "Leadership: Characteristics, Grooming and Advice."

  • September 2010 | Healthcare Design

    Citation of Merit Winners: Jersey Shore University Medical Center

    The Jersey Shore University Medical Center is highlighted by the Architectural Showcase jury as one of the year's best projects.

  • July 2010 | InterBusiness Issues

    SynergiCity Exploring the Potential of the Warehouse District

    Ray Lees
    Several graduate students from the University of Illinois School of Architecture showcased an intriguing mix of ideas for creating a vibrant warehouse district in downtown Peoria, Illinois.
  • July/August 2010 | Correctional News

    Influence Through Design

    Ron Budzinski

    Encouraging the architectural community to positively influence the direction of the corrections built environment.

  • July 2010 | Florida Community Association Journal

    A Plan for All Seasons

    Kathy Danforth

    Bill Massey, Dewberry, discusses the need for personal preparedness plans during times of emergencies.

  • July 2010 | Emergency Management

    Moving Forward on Climate Change

    Carrie Speranza, CFM

    How Frederick County, Maryland, incorporated climate change adaptation concepts into the hazard mitigation planning process.

  • May 2010 | Library Journal

    Embracing a Grand History

    Deborah Fortune

    Renovation of the Piqua Public Library, Illinois, a landmark structure built in 1891.

  • May 2010 | CE News

    Flooded Golf Course Returned to Championship Form

    Joanne Cheok, PE and Michael Snyder, PE

    Dewberry and LandStudies, Inc., teamed to engineer a major stream restoration effort to prevent flooding at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, home to numerous PGA events over the last 20 years.

  • April 2010 | Stormwater

    Beech Lake Shoreline Restoration

    Working with Chesapeake Watershed Solutions to correct severe shoreline degradation issues at Beech Lake in Ashburn Villiage, Loudoun County, Virginia, using more than 70 tons of boulders, 50 cubic yards of fill, biologs, fishing stations, and over 500 water-tolerant trees, shrubs, and perennials.