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posted September 23rd, 2022 by E4H

4wrd Speaking Challenge Winner to Attend AIA Women's Leadership Summit

4wrd - E4H's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiative, hosted the 2nd Annual Speaking Challenge open to E4H emerging women in architecture. It was an opportunity to enhance public speaking and articulate personal thoughts on the 2022 AIA Women's Leadership Summit's (WLS) theme of “Designing Wom[...]

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Senior Care

posted September 16th, 2022 by E4H

The Residences at Benning Road Receives Amazon Housing Equity Funding

We are thrilled to announce that our project, The Residences at Benning Road, will be one of the recipients of Amazon's $147M in funding for affordable housing.  E4H-DC, in collaboration with developers Gragg Cardona Partners, have designed 156 units of affordable assisted living which will address[...]

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Healthcare

posted September 14th, 2022 by E4H

Covenant Health Hobbs Hospital Celebrates Opening

Congratulations Covenant Health on the opening of Covenant Health Hobbs Hospital located in Hobbs, NM. We are thrilled to be part this amazing team bringing access to healthcare to the eastern New Mexico region. See LinkedIn Post  [...]

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Blog

posted September 13th, 2022 by Candice Barter

Importance of Play

E4H's experience with over 120 projects for children and adolescents and our commitment to evidence-based approaches to healthcare and behavioral health design, has led us to develop a deep understanding of the role of play in healing and learning. Positive distraction and engagement can give chi[...]

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E4Hcares

posted September 12th, 2022 by E4H

E4Hcares Dallas Participates in 30th Annual CANstruction

E4Hcares Dallas participated in CANstruction, an annual design and build event of giant canned food structures – “cansculptures” – benefiting the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). The theme was “Writing an End to Hunger” and E4H’s creation was inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar story.[...]

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