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Interior Design

Our Interior Architecture Design team creates solutions deeply integrated within architecture. SLAM projects don’t have a signature look.  It’s not about us. Our interior designs embrace a sense of place and time.  We strive to develop solutions to influence, encourage and support behavior beneficial to our clients’ business.  Our workplace experts are passionate about what they do, to create places that make our clients smarter and more efficient. Our in-house WELL certified professionals bring the first industry standard that is transforming the built environment into a vehicle that promotes human health, wellbeing and comfort for the people who live, work and learn in them.

It’s our job to both lead and collaborate with clients in the process, educate them about options and guide them to make decisions appropriate for their specific project.  

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WORK

Check out some samples of our work below.

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Sanofi Pasteur
Quality Control Facilities
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Upward Hartford
Innovative Shared Workspace
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BELIMO Americas
North American Headquarters
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Virtus Investment Partners
New Headquarters
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Hathaway Dinwiddie / HED / SLAM begin construction on UC Irvine’s new College of Health Sciences Complex

November 10, 2020, Irvine, Calif. -- Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company, architecture and engineering firm HED, and architecture firm The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) announce that construction is under way on a landmark, nine-acre health sciences complex at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), that promises to be a national showcase for integrative health patient care, training and research. Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company is an ENR top-ranking design builder.

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Putting People First: Healthy Building Trends

Architects and Interior Designers are constantly pushing themselves to be at the forefront of new ideas and trends in healthy buildings that integrate biophilic design elements – an option that is not a choice today, but a must, as the world and workplace strive to understand and adapt to life amidst a lingering health pandemic. – Kathleen Neama

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A building that’s all about the people

The Health Sciences Education Center (HSEC) at the University of Minnesota opened in Summer 2020. At over 150,000-SF of new construction and another 50,000-SF of renovation in the adjacent Phillips Wangensteen Building , it is a massive project that will have a major impact on the connectedness and education of future doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals on the Twin Cities campus. - Karen Parzych