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Anne Maguire Re-Joins MPS as Director of Project Delivery

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 9, 2020

We're thrilled to announce Anne Maguire’s return to the firm as Director of Project Delivery. In this role, Anne will work closely with firm leadership and project management teams. She will provide guidance, direction and increased training opportunities in a continued effort to support effective

David R. Moore II Named Fellow of the American Institute of Architects

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 9, 2020

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture is pleased to announce David Moore’s recent elevation to Fellow in the American Institute of Architects (FAIA). Established in 1952, the College of Fellows is comprised of members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and is one of the most highly

Return to the Workplace – Re-Occupancy Design Considerations During COVID-19

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 5, 2020

In a post COVID-19 world, we are all learning how to proactively manage the return to our places of business. McMillan Pazdan Smith recognizes the challenges sparked by this transition and the need to redefine a safe and inviting place for both employees and customers. We have implemented our own

How does Architecture affect Cybersecurity?

Travis McConkey | September 13, 2019

The Who, What, How, and Why of SCIF Design The real-world implications of cybersecurity threats can affect everything from the integrity of cities’ industrial framework like transportation and utilities, to the security of corporations’ intellectual property and trade secrets, to even the

Environmental Design in K12 Facilities

McMillan Pazdan Smith | July 15, 2019

Understanding the relationship between how students are taught and how students learn is a constant cycle. Every student has a unique learning style, and, as a result, teachers have responded by offering content in a variety of formats. Susan Baker, AIA, ALEP, Senior Architect in McMillan Pazdan