By CPL Team
CPL IgnitesOct 19, 2022
CPL Ignites Episode 6: Sparking Conversation with Bill Greeley and Cheryl Graeub
Tomorrow’s health concerns can be vastly different from those of today, requiring today’s healthcare professionals to be uniquely prepared in meeting expectations of a highly complex, ever-changing workforce. The challenging, unforeseen hurdles brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic made this requirement more apparent than ever before. Colleges and universities offering degrees in health professions bear the responsibility to give incoming students the solid foundation they need to thrive in this evolving field.
In this episode, CPL's Bill Greeley (Higher Education Project Manager) and Cheryl Graeub (Senior Interior Design Team Leader) discuss the future of healthcare education, and how designers can help institutions support the surge in student health professions enrollments by fostering stronger, exploratory learning communities on campus.
CPL Ignites Episode 5: Sparking Conversation with Donovan Everett
The lingering effects of current supply chain issues have a major impact on our schools. With key manufacturing components being held up, often in delayed containers or along broken shipping lanes, material and transportation costs are spiking, causing critical K-12 projects to stall.
CPL's Southeast Region K-12 Practice Leader, Chris Colby, AIA, LEED AP, is igniting conversation with friend and CEO of D.A. Everett Construction Group, Donovan Everett, to discuss how designers and contractors alike are working together to mitigate these ever-present supply chain challenges.
CPL Ignites Episode 4: Sparking Conversation with Bill Moser
In this episode, CPL Principal Consultant, Bill Moser, AIA, NCARB, sits down with CPL Architect, Rachel Nilson, AIA, to share some of his most powerful "lessons learned" in hopes of helping young designers grow and achieve success in their careers.
With more than four decades of architectural design experience under his belt, Bill has become a dynamic leader throughout the course of his own career. Prior to joining CPL in 2017, he was a founding partner of the firm, Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates in Greensboro, NC, and has built an exceptional reputation for design excellence, especially in the municipal, community and parks and recreation market spaces.
CPL Ignites Episode 3: Sparking Conversation with Tom Phoenix
Now more than ever, a critical emphasis must be placed on finding viable solutions to effectively control the spread of infectious diseases inside our K-12 facilities. CPL Principal Architect, Chris Colby, AIA, LEED AP, tackles this highly prevalent topic with colleague and subject-matter expert, Tom Phoenix, P.E., LEED AP, FASHRAE. Together, they debunk the all-too-common misconceptions about how to incorporate infectious disease resilience in our school buildings to keep children and educators safe.
For more information, please follow this link to a white paper written by Tom Phoenix titled, "Infectious Disease Resilience in School Buildings":
CPL Ignites Episode 2: Sparking Conversation with Mayowa Alabi
CPL Architect, Rachel Nilson, AIA, spearheads a thoughtful and enlightening discussion with Principal, Mayowa Alabi, AIA, LEED AP. Together, the two unpack the power of putting people first when designing community-based projects to ensure they are inclusive and representative of local history and cultural values.
CPL Ignites Episode 1: Sparking Conversation with Harold Owen
In our inaugural episode, CPL Architect, Rachel Nilson, AIA, has an enlightening conversation with long-time industry colleague, friend and Burlington City Council Member Harold Owen, about how to effectively integrate operations into the preliminary design of parks and recreation facilities.