TSP’s Gary Dubas, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, quoted in Midlands Business Journal

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Midlands Business Journal | July 11, 2014

Increasing complexity, new building codes stress importance
of architect selection

Gary Dubas, managing principal and senior architect specializing in health care projects in TSP’s Omaha office was recently quoted in the July 11th edition of the Midlands Business Journal commenting on the importance of considering a firm’s experience working with speicalized facilities like health care.

“Health care facilities are an entirely different animal,” said Dubas, “You have to get in front of physicians and understand their needs.”

And that is just one of many stakeholder groups. Additionally, consideration should be given to a firm’s experience working with staff from different departments accessing flow and funcation, patients, families, and community groups.

“You have to walk the walk with them and truly provide something that meets their needs funcationally and something that is efficient in their daily operations,” Dubas points out, “The project isn’t truly successful unless it captures the needs in a built environment.”

Dubas encourages owners to call previous administrators to get a sense as to the architect’s “bedside manner.” “Calling previous locations, you can drill down and understand who has that passion to work with you to get something that truly reflects your needs,” he said.

The full article was printed in the July 11, 2014 edition of the Midland Business Journal, pages (34-37).

TSP Works on the New Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center

Thursday, July 3, 2014

TSP is excited to be a part of the team working on the new Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center. The $5 million, 8,000 square foot center is designed to bring components of underground science above ground for area residents and visitors. To learn more, click here.  Read more...
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