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I am excited to introduce Jerry Angel as our spotlight employee this month. He started with us in 2017 and has been Rich Badders (President) right hand man ever since. Jerry has worked his way up and proven his professionalism and dedication to our company. He has been a sponge to our processes and techniques […]

SDG Employee Spotlight – Jerry Angel

Tim Gilpin, Partner and Senior Building Designer When it comes to custom home design many homeowners can feel overwhelmed with the truly daunting list of decisions to be made and in which order actions should be taken. One of the most important decisions to make when designing/building a new home is the construction method. Should […]

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  SDG Architecture   Lerin Loos: Managing Partner, SDG Architecture Scott McClelland is a rare find and we at SDG Architecture are so grateful to have him on our team. An architect by trade but a humanitarian at heart. Not only does he design spaces for our clients, but he also creates space to welcome, […]

Employee Spotlight – Scott McClelland

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Rod Collman AIA, President, sdg Architecture One artist’s journey in dealing with her own health challenges is leading her in new directions for making visual art a pathway for the wellbeing of people suffering from cognitive impairments. Mason Gehring of Dunedin, Florida, was born into a family of highly creative and artistic people. Today, she […]

A Dunedin Artist Shares Her Path to Wellbeing with Others Suffering from Cognitive Impairment

Rod Collman AIA, President, sdg Architecture By keeping pace with contemporary treatment methods, architecture firms can design buildings that meet the needs of memory care, enhancing the quality of life of residents. Emily Study, Content Marketing Specialist at International Medical Group, addressed the role of art and interior design in the wellbeing of patients with […]

Rethinking Memory Care Architecture

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Rod Collman AIA, President, sdg Architecture My experience with facilities for Affordable Housing, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Hospice services have been both professional and personal. As an architect, I want to know more about the people who will be using the buildings we design. Health Facilities Management reported in an article titled Designing for […]

Key Concepts for Architectural Environments in Memory Care

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Lerin Loos: Managing Partner, sdg Architecture Sdg Architecture is happy to introduce two amazing women designers who have expanded our talents. Xhelona Musollari has been with us for two years and Lidiya Angelova for one year. We have been impressed with their ability to juggle so much work and produce quality designs that meet our […]

Women in Architecture: SDG Continues to Grow

Rod Collman AIA, President, sdg Architecture As an architect, I have had opportunities to design elder care and hospital facilities. Working with my previous firm for 50 years, I had the pleasure of collaborating with an in-house team of interior designers who understood the positive effect of their work on those who would use the […]

The Impact of Art in Memory Care Environments

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Rod Collman AIA, President sdg Architecture In the Lean Six Sigma context of creating order over chaos, sensory cues can calm stressful clinical environments making them more welcoming and comfortable. A remodel or new construction of a healthcare facility with a strong focus on aesthetics is an opportunity to provide a place where patients, family, […]

Aesthetics of Healthcare Architecture and Lean Six Sigma

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Rethinking healthcare architectural design through the process improvement methodology of Lean Six Sigma, combined with modern technology and more comfortable environments, results in less employee turnover; more highly trained, engaged and satisfied staff; and happier, healthier consumers.

Planning Efficient Healthcare Architecture: Design and Lean Six Sigma