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MPS People – David Moore

McMillan Pazdan Smith | February 12, 2018

David Moore, II, AIA, ALA knows libraries inside and out. He’s spent 25+ years planning and designing these learning spaces for public library systems, colleges and universities from Florida to California. As a published author on the subject, you could even say he wrote the book on it. (Get your

Autodesk University’s 2017

McMillan Pazdan Smith | November 17, 2017

Autodesk University’s 2017 Conference is being held in Vegas this week and we are proud to have been recognized for our adoption of Collaboration for Revit (C4R) and BIM 360! “As a firm who holds the largest amount Collaboration for Revit licenses for their users across the United States, McMillan

Designing for College Life in the 21st Century

McMillan Pazdan Smith | January 17, 2017

For many decades, college residence halls have been known for their utilitarian efficiency. In sharp contrast, today’s student housing projects are strikingly similar to commercial mixed-use developments – tightly integrated with their context, including the built, social and natural environments

A New Design for Labor and Delivery

McMillan Pazdan Smith | March 31, 2015

Today’s healthcare market is increasingly driven by individuals empowered to make intelligent decisions for themselves, including women rethinking the traditional birthing experience. In turn, hospitals are beginning to adapt Labor and Delivery spaces that meet this broader spectrum of patient

Why Good Theatre Design is Music to the Ears

McMillan Pazdan Smith | January 5, 2015

Performing Arts Centers are complex facilities architecturally and require a distinctive approach and engagement with professionals in performance acoustics, lighting and theater seating. The McMillan Pazdan Smith process includes a distinct approach to designing for The Arts. As a very specialized