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Healthcare Design Magazine: “Connecting Sustainability to the Healthcare Mission”

Bob Siebenaller, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, ACHE SSOE’s Bob Siebenaller, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, ACHE is featured in Healthcare Design magazine’s May 2012 issue. The article discusses a number of ways to incorporate sustainability into a hospital’s mission Continue reading →

Business Without Borders

No matter where you’re currently doing business, chances are that changes in the global economy are impacting your operations somehow. We’d like to take a few minutes to share with you some trends we’re watching, and how our capabilities and experience can save you time, trouble, and money.

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Petfood Industry Magazine: “Alliance of Expertise is Key to Petfood Safety”

Petfood Industry Magazine: "Alliance of Expertise is Key to Petfood Safety"SSOE Group’s Jerry Rudie, PE, PMP is featured in Petfood Industry Magazine’s April 2012 issue. In the article, Rudie explains how process flow efficiency and food safety can be greatly improved  Continue reading →

Food Engineering Magazine: “Handle Air with Care”

Alex Sumajin, PE, NCESSSSOE Group’s Alex Sumajin, PE, NCEES is interviewed for Food Engineering Magazine’s May issue on air quality control in a food processing environment. In this article, Sumajin comments on what to consider when establishing a clean processing room. Continue reading →

Site Selection Magazine: “Growth Curves”

Volkswagen Chattanooga - Plant InteriorVolkswagen’s new Chattanooga, Tennessee automotive manufacturing campus is featured in Site Selection Magazine’s May 2012 issue. SSOE Group’s Brian Spencer, PE and Louise Schlatter, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C discuss the integration of LEED principles into the design of the 2.7 million SF facility. Continue reading →

Laboratory Design Magazine: “Lab Planning: Asking the Right Questions”

Alan Liddy, AIA, NCARB, PMP In this article, SSOE’s Alan Liddy, AIA, NCARB, PMP discusses the importance of asking the right quesitions when designing a laboratory environment. Liddy provides examples of the right quesitons to ask in order to extract additional information which could prevent a planning engineering from falling into traps. Continue reading →