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posted January 3rd, 2020 by E4H

2020 Promotions
Announcing the following 2020 promotions. Congratulations to Lisa Bonnet - Senior Associate, Tim Gowan - Senior Associate, and Harry Walski - Senior Associate.[...]

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Culture

posted January 2nd, 2020 by E4H

10 Qs: Getting to Know the People Behind the Projects… Katie
1. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Kingsport, TN. Known as the “model city,” my hometown is 4-5 hours east of Nashville. It’s situated between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Smoky Mountains and is actually a beautiful part of the State. 2. How did you get into design? I come from a family of craftsmen and engineers. So design, [...]

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Culture

posted December 19th, 2019 by E4H

10 Qs: Getting to Know the People Behind the Projects… Jon
"Follow your heart. Follow your passion. There are so many paths to take in architecture, healthcare, and design." Jon Boyd, AIA, LEED AP is a Senior Associate in the Portland, ME office. Where did you grow up? Des Moines, Iowa. The very heart of the Heartland. How did you get into design? I always liked building things. My dad used [...]

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Blog

posted December 13th, 2019 by E4H

Leveraging Failure and Fear for Professional Growth
“Embrace your challenges, setbacks, and failures because they are part of your success story” This quote most certainly rings true to my heart, especially after reflecting on the events that led me to writing this blog post today. Let’s rewind to August 16th . It’s presentation day for E4H’s Internal Design Competition, and my group[...]

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Publication

posted December 13th, 2019 by E4H

What You Should Know About Micro Hospitals
The following FAQs are a result of a presentation on Neighborhood Micro Hospitals at the PDC Summit 2019.   "How is a neighborhood micro hospital different from a critical access hospital?" The answer draws from several different factors. Size wise, they are very similar. • Often, they are both under 25 beds, but critical access[...]

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