Veterans of the lab planning, design, and construction process understand that there are essentially two different worlds that they can work in—academic and corporate. The technology and mission of an academic lab may be similar, or nearly the same, when
Taylor Design announced Michael Levendusky, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm as a Design Director. With over 30 years of experience, Levendusky’s work encompasses extensive healthcare, corporate, science and technology, civic and residential projects of all sizes and scopes.
SARS made an impression on the healthcare community of the hardest-hit countries, and accommodations for pandemics - including surge-and-flex facilities in hospitals - became a priority. For the U.S. it presented an opportunity to learn from others' misfortune and to
Taylor Design announces two new Regional Leaders and two new Office Leaders who will help steer the firm's direction and growth. Matt Johnson, AIA, PMP, LEED AP BD+C, is a Principal and will serve as Northern California Regional Director. John
In preparation to lead the design and construction of Popmintchev LABS at the University of California, San Diego, Taylor Design performed a human-centered design analysis to better understand the needs and motivations of the scholars working in the lab. The
Founder and principal investigator Tenio Popmintchev says that his labs are exploring the physics of creating and expanding the capabilities of X-ray laser light with designer classical and quantum properties. He hopes that his team’s research ultimately will lead to
Taylor Design recently expanded its healthcare team in Sacramento and San Francisco. Joining the team are Teresa Endres, AIA, EDAC, AAH, and Ian Lawlor, AIA, LEED AP, both as project directors.