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Posted by Kecia on October 20, 2014  |   No Comments »
high density storage

I recently read “Time Is Money (And So Much More),” by Enoch Sears on BusinessofArchitecture.com. Mr. Sears discusses how all of those small tasks on a project add up to a major time investment, which ultimately dips into design professionals’ profit margins and opportunities. He goes on

 
Posted by Natalie on October 13, 2014  |   No Comments »
modular casework

It’s a word we hear almost daily – “flexibility” – and most workplaces these days require it. No, not the flexibility to bend over and touch your toes, but the flexibility to change your work environment as your work needs change. Whether it’s a corporate office environment with free

 
Posted by Linda on October 3, 2014  |   No Comments »
modular casework for procedure rooms

You’ve heard the saying… if you want to get sick, go to the hospital. Unfortunately, it’s not far from the truth. The CDC has reported that at any given time, about 1 in every 20 patients has an infection related to hospital care. This not only affects the patient, but costs our healthcare

 
Posted by Stuffey on September 17, 2014  |   No Comments »
public-safety-line

Turn on the television, and, even if you only watch crime shows,  you can’t help but notice that our criminal justice system is more complicated than it used to be. As Linda Skelton wrote about in “The Evolution of Evidence Storage” the average murder investigation in the 1970’s

 
Posted by Natalie on September 15, 2014  |   No Comments »
Personal Duty Lockers

The world of public safety can be a fascinating one. If it wasn’t, shows like COPS wouldn’t be around for decades and CSI and Law & Order wouldn’t have a dozen spin offs. I’ll be quick to admit, it is pretty easy to get sucked into an episode, because you have to know who did it.

 
Posted by Christy on September 11, 2014  |   No Comments »
10-mistakes

After her high school graduation, my younger sister assumed the daunting task of purging grade school papers and debris that she had collected in her desk drawers through the years. During the cleanse, she came across a journal from elementary school. In the pages was a list she had made herself

 
Posted by Linda on September 5, 2014  |   No Comments »
evidence storage

Since 1992, The Innocence Project has been working to overturn convictions of wrongly convicted people. To date, they have overturned 318 convictions, 18 of which were on death row. The work of organizations like The Innocence Project along with advancements in science and technology has

 
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