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In my last blog, I talked about strategies that contribute to a successful courthouse planning effort. These strategies include conducting client interviews, recommending specific courtrooms and other office and support spaces, and defining all space sizes and requirements using design guidelines...

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 As we approach the end of the year, businesses and organizations continue to address post-COVID questions and challenges. For example, what will the return-to-work process look like for employees and how will it be managed? Similarly, judges and court executives continue to deal with specific...

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The notion of a hybrid courthouse stems from the trend brought about by the COVID pandemic to design spaces that accommodate both in-person and remote work. This type of work environment has become commonplace for standard offices as technology has enabled employees to work part of the week in the...

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Planners support architects by quantifying the court’s space needs in a way that justifies the architectural conclusions. While it may be tempting to involve planners in the early phases of a courthouse project and then “pass the torch” to architects during the programming and design phases, it is...

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I recently had an experience that seems pretty common this summer: sitting in an airport during a flight delay, wondering when - or if - I’d reach my destination. This was my first post-pandemic business trip for one of our court clients. After a couple hours, it was clear that hundreds of my...

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