Fall/Winter 2014 Issue

The latest news on DPR projects and people.

Featured Story

Small Projects for Big Health: DPR’s Special Services Group Sees Growth in Healthcare Work

Predictions made two years ago—about rise in renovations and adaptive reuse, outpatient services focus and technology and data intensity requirements—are holding true

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In This Edition

Technical Expertise Soars on Project for Gulfstream

Collaboration and transparency are key on complex aerospace manufacturing facility in Savannah

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A Bird’s Eye View for Data Capture

DPR is using aerial technology for faster and more accurate planning on projects

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Across DPR

The latest news from around the country: Offices, Jobsites, Awards and Events

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3D Mockups with Virtual Reality at VCU Health System

Doctors and nurses in a working hospital help with design aspects using virtual reality goggles

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Field Review: Tracking Green

Data collection technologies help DPR’s San Francisco office maintain high-performing building

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White Paper Watch: How is Selecting the Right Data Center like Buying Beer?

Managing the growing number of electronic health records

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Q&A: Construction Technology Trends

Insight with Atul Khanzode and his decade of virtual design and construction experience

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Regional Manager Profile: Nils Blomquist

Defining and Executing Truly Great Leadership Transitions in Sacramento

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By the Numbers

No. 2
According to Engineering News-Record, DPR is the second largest data center contractor in the nation.

By the Numbers

Number of projects in the $5 million or less range that DPR has completed. About 20 percent of these small-scale projects were in the healthcare sector.

By the Numbers

Value of 2015 DPR Foundation grants committed to organizations supporting disadvantaged youth. The impact of the $45,000 average grant is increased exponentially through involvement of DPR volunteers.