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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Right Sizing Hospitals for the New Millenium Wayne Fishback, AIA (Fishback & Associates), Alan Shubin (TPG, Inc) Jul 01, 1999
Right-Sizing Your Outpatient Surgery Suite William Sheely, AIA (The Orcutt/Winslow Partnership) Oct 01, 1998
Road to Recovery: Person-Centered Design BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Trempealeau County Health Care Center David Kimball, AIA (Wendel ADG, LLC) Nov 01, 2018
Role of Green Building Developer and Owner in Sustainability Construction: Investigating the Relationships Between Green Building Key Success Factors and Incentives Mohammed Ali Berawi, Van Basten, Yusuf Latief, Igor Crévits Dec 31, 2020
Rules of the Road: Connecting Cities to Underutilized Freeway Infrastructure Zones through Parametric Urbanism Karl Daubmann (University of Michigan), Qetuwrah Reed (University of Michigan) May 13, 2015
Sabin+Jones LabStudio: Nonlinear Systems Biology and Design Jenny E. Sabin, M.Arch. (University of Pennsylvania), Peter Lloyd Jones, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania) Dec 01, 2011
Seismic Design The AIA Research Corporation Apr 01, 1978
Shared Vision Leads to Success for Portage Health System Douglas S. Wignall, AIA, NCARB (HDR Architecture, Inc) Jul 01, 1999
Sharing Tacit Design Knowledge in a Distributed Design Environment Jeong-Han Woo (Texas A&M), Mark Clayton (Texas A&M), Robert Johnson (Texas A&M), Benito Flores (Texas A&M), Chris Ellis (Texas A&M) Mar 01, 2005
Should We Build It? And Will They Come? Lessons in Pediatric Satellite Campus Planning Sandy McElligott (FKP) Nov 01, 2016