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

Webinar: Creating a Safe Campus

McMillan Pazdan Smith | September 19, 2018

When we published our K-12 Security white paper in June, we promised that we would continue fostering conversation around the on-going threat to school safety. Today, we’re excited to announce a free webcast hosted by School Planning & Management. How do we navigate the issue of creating safer

Our very own guest blogger

McMillan Pazdan Smith | April 18, 2018

We are so privileged to have Glen as our BIM Ops Manager. He keeps our heads in the “cloud.” He is the first blogger for TPM, Inc’s AEC Industry Guest Blog. His passion for C4R and BIM360 has kept MPS ahead of the curve when it comes to technology.

We Love Animals

McMillan Pazdan Smith | March 15, 2018

At MPS, we love animals — and designing for animals (and their people). Take a look at our design philosophy surrounding a few recent projects for animal shelters and hospitals.