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Coming to an office building near you – what a breath of fresh air!

Starting off as an architect, my first experience of an office building was an older brick industrial building, with operable windows, located near the river in a mid-sized southern city. I have a vivid memory of working to finish a deadline on a summer evening. - James Puckhaber, AIA 

[DT logo] Creativity in Design to Enrich Lives

The Design Thinkers Blog presents the diverse viewpoints of our team members. We hope you enjoy their perspective and ideas on all the things that inspire and excite them.  We are SLAM!

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Coming to an office building near you – what a breath of fresh air!

Starting off as an architect, my first experience of an office building was an older brick industrial building, with operable windows, located near the river in a mid-sized southern city. I have a vivid memory of working to finish a deadline on a summer evening. - James Puckhaber, AIA 

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SLAM promotes three in construction services division

Glastonbury, CT., May 4, 2021 – S/L/A/M Construction Services (SLAM CS) is pleased to announce the promotions of Nate Bernier, LEED AP to Chief Estimator, Chris Candee to Project Manager and Ryan Gothers to Assistant Superintendent.

 

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SLAM promotions: new associates & senior associates

Glastonbury, CT., April 28, 2021 – SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative), a multidisciplinary, national A/E/C firm, is pleased to announce that 45 team members have been promoted, 27 to associate and 18 to senior associate.

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NEW ENGLAND MATERIAL COST & LEAD TIME TRENDS – MARCH 2021

Spring 2021 report from SLAM Construction Services indicates continued price fluctuations and long lead times for multiple materials and…

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SLAM designs expand ER Dept at Mt San Rafael Hospital in Colorado

Denver, CO. April 6, 2021 –  SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative) (formerly CBRE | Heery Design Group), in partnership with Mt. San Rafael Hospital in Trinidad, Colorado, recently completed $25 million, 8,900-SF renovations to the new two-story emergency room department (ED) addition, as part of an overall 31,000-SF renovation project designed to improve the delivery of care for the community and modernize the hospital’s image and brand.