posted June 30th, 2020 by Adriana Dawley

10 Qs: Getting to Know the People Behind the Projects...Adriana

"Adapting my perspective from a NICU mom to a NICU designer was definitely very personal." Adriana Dawley, LEED AP, Associate, is an Interior Designer in the Boston office. 1. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Caracas, the capital city of Venezuela, known as the “city of the red roofs[...]

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posted June 26th, 2020 by E4H

Design at a Distance: Virtual Tools for Working in a COVID World

As evidenced by the past few months, COVID-19 has become a major disruptor to the world economy. As stay-home orders and quarantines went into effect, E4H Project Managers were immediately faced with challenging questions: How do we manage meetings? How do we complete reviews by engineers when many [...]

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posted June 4th, 2020 by E4H

Black Lives Matter

Black lives matter. We believe in a culture of inclusiveness, diversity, and equality.   Now is the time for us to be present and stand alongside one another against racial injustices like those of George Floyd. We joined many across America in a Moment of Reflection on June 4th (coinciding with[...]

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posted June 2nd, 2020 by Thomas Morris

Designing for Crisis: How Thomas Morris Tackled COVID-19

Welcome to E4Hspeaks. Northwell Health leadership partnered with E4H to create a space that would be a mid-term solution to decant COVID-19 patients from other facilities over the next six months. Host Chris Nail speaks with Thomas Morris, Partner about creating this Mid-term COVID-19 Strategy. The [...]

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posted May 21st, 2020 by E4H

ACE Mentor Program for NYC High School Students Make Final Presentations

The ACE Mentor Program helps prepare high school students for careers in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering through mentoring by industry professionals. The NYC E4Hcares team of Ben Lindner, Anne-Laure Cleeremans, I-hsin Chiang, and Christopher Bradshaw, worked with students throughout the [...]

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