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Nathan Griffith

By: Nathan Griffith
November 30th, 2023

If you’ve outgrown your current facility, increasing your square footage may seem like a logical solution. Perhaps you are considering an addition or plan to move to locations and build a new facility.

By: Nathan Griffith
November 28th, 2023

Successful building projects start by establishing expectations with everyone involved. With thousands of decisions ahead, it helps to create a clear communication plan and identify everyone’s roles and responsibilities.

By: Nathan Griffith
June 13th, 2023

3D printing is a groundbreaking development in the world of architecture and construction. While the technology is in its infancy, it has the potential to revolutionize the way we design and construct the built environment.

By: Nathan Griffith
May 2nd, 2023

In recent years, housing developers have placed a greater emphasis on amenities, especially in larger markets. Multifamily residential developments are borrowing from the hospitality industry and creating lifestyle-driven communities to stand out from the competition.

By: Nathan Griffith
January 12th, 2023

Neurodiversity is an umbrella term to describe the range of differences in brain functions. It asserts that there is no one type of brain and that everyone has different ways of learning, communicating, and processing information.

By: Nathan Griffith
September 26th, 2022

Every architecture firm has a different approach to design. Our approach is pragmatic. We draw from our Midwestern roots and take inspiration from the barns dotting the Iowa landscape.

By: Nathan Griffith
April 20th, 2022

A building project has many moving parts. Along with an architect, you will also need to hire a contractor. For some, this process can seem daunting—especially if you are taking on your first project and are unsure of your options.

By: Nathan Griffith
January 10th, 2022

Since 2020, building materials like lumber and steel have gone up in price. If you are planning a building project, these increased prices may raise concerns about cost overruns and delayed schedules. You may wonder if you should start your project now or wait until the market settles.

By: Nathan Griffith
December 22nd, 2021

Taking on a building project can feel overwhelming. With many moving parts, you may be worried about keeping your project on budget and schedule. Luckily, your architectural project manager is there to help.

By: Nathan Griffith
December 13th, 2021

Hiring an architect is a big decision. Depending on the scope of your project, you may work with the same team for months or even years, so it’s important to hire a trusted partner who understands you and/or your organization.