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

Good shelter design is good for animals

McMillan Pazdan Smith | December 5, 2018

Project Architect, Cary Perkins, recently wrote an article for The National Humane Society about how architecture influences visitors and animal flow and how good shelter design can increase adoptions, lower euthanasia rates and increase staff productivity. Read her blog post here!

Creating a Safe Campus Webinar

McMillan Pazdan Smith | October 10, 2018

How do we create safer schools, yet still balance individual student freedom? Tomorrow is your chance to join the nearly 150 school leaders, designers, and other concerned citizens already signed up for this important webcast on K-12 campus safety. Join MPS’s Susan Baker, AIA, ALEP and Ben

Register Now: Third Annual Design and Construction Symposium

McMillan Pazdan Smith | October 1, 2018

“The Ever-Changing World of Construction: Today's Challenges - Tomorrow's Opportunities” is an information-packed, one-day symposium for the construction industry, presented annually by Clemson's Construction Science and Management Department. MPS’ Managing Principal Brad Smith will be a speaker