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We’ve committed! We reported our data to @The American Institute of Architects 2030 Commitment and can’t wait to see how our projects are performing. Sign up to the 2030 Commitment and report your data using the AIA and U.S. Department of Energy’s new online tool. http://bit.ly/2030DDx #AIA2030

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We currently have immediate full-time positions for talented and creative Architects and Architect Interns with 5-10 years relevant experience. In addition, we are also looking for an Accounting Assistant. For more information on these positions, visit http://davispartnership.com/employment/

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Davis Partnership Architects is proud to have taken part in the development of The Center for Health Design’s evidence-based interior design checklists and post-occupancy evaluation tools. Over the last two years, Davis Partnership worked closely with The Center to examine evidence and pilot test tools pertaining to the design of the acute care setting (specifically; the Medical/Surgical (Med/Surg), Intensive Care Unit (ICU), and Maternity Care patient rooms). These finalized tools are now available on The Center’s website! http://bit.ly/1IdFFzf

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Check out the new Merrifield Center Grand Opening Celebration on YouTube! The video showcases some great views of the warm and welcoming new 200,000 SF facility to support Fairfax County, Virginia. http://bit.ly/1DQ7oEX @HuelatDavis #InteriorDesign

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Meeting the Demands of Complex Projects – Bluebeam Revu’s PDF-based Collaboration @Bluebeam @MAMortensonCo @HL_Arch http://bit.ly/1DMIu94

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BIM, prefabrication, and digital collaboration enable fastest hospital build in U.S. http://bit.ly/1c1v6l3

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What happens when old hospitals die? Turns out, for St. Joseph, there's an afterlife http://bit.ly/19ZdLrB

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17W, the newest mixed-use development in the Central Platte Valley of Denver, was featured in a Denver Urban Review article. Check it out: http://bit.ly/1Dw9sA4

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Saw this recognition for Mile High United Way in the Best of Westword issue, they picked out exactly what the project was trying to do. Way to go team!! http://bit.ly/1bJsrfG

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The Latest Trend in Denver Hotels: Experience http://bit.ly/1Bu2lCv
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