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DMR Architects Delivers Function and Harmony at St. Peter’s University Hospital 2560 1450 DMR Architects

DMR Architects Delivers Function and Harmony at St. Peter’s University Hospital

Healthcare design requires that we deliver not only a highly-specified functional environment, but that we also create an aesthetic that is both efficient for practitioners and comforting to patients. For multiple projects at St. Peter’s University Hospital, that meant focusing on the spatial experience, recognizing its impact on both services and healing.

This article originally appeared in Real Estate NJ.

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5 Thresholds in the DMR Architects Era 2560 1450 DMR Architects

5 Thresholds in the DMR Architects Era

DMR’s Founder and Chairman Lloyd Rosenberg, AIA takes a look back at the past 33 years to mark the top five inflection points in New Jersey’s real estate and architectural history.

This article originally appeared in NJBiz. 

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Municipal Capital Projects: Newfound Alternative Procurement 1089 617 DMR Architects

Municipal Capital Projects: Newfound Alternative Procurement

Charles H. Sarlo, Esq. provides a briefing on newfound alternative procurement approaches for design, development, and construction of community impact projects. 

This article originally appeared in NJ Municipalities magazine.

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Creative Land Arrangements Power Long-Awaited Projects 2560 1450 DMR Architects

Creative Land Arrangements Power Long-Awaited Projects

Some of the best untapped development opportunities may be held by municipalities whose well-located but outdated schools and administrative buildings can be relocated, unlocking value that can be then used to finance new facilities elsewhere.

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Why We Stay 2560 1450 DMR Architects

Why We Stay

In part two of a two-part series, RENJ sat down with employees to learn about their career growth at DMR.

This article originally appeared in Real Estate NJ.

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You Build Trust by Trusting People 2560 1450 DMR Architects

You Build Trust by Trusting People

In part one of a two-part series, RENJ sat down with Lloyd Rosenberg to hear about the culture of empowerment he has built at DMR.

This article originally appeared in Real Estate NJ.

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Working with Your Architect to Support the Next Generation of Creative Thinkers 2560 1450 DMR Architects

Working with Your Architect to Support the Next Generation of Creative Thinkers

Where STEM and STEAM curriculum were once offered as after-school clubs, more schools are now incorporating these education modes into regular classes and expanding the applications beyond science and math. This shift in education practices requires a physical shift away from the traditional classroom layout with student desks lined in rows facing the teacher to flexible spaces and furniture, materials and spaces that can be incorporated into the lesson plan, and ever-advancing technologies that engage students and better support more forward-thinking practices.

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Reflections on the First 30 Years of DMR Architects 2560 1450 DMR Architects

Reflections on the First 30 Years of DMR Architects

In a cover story, Lloyd A. Rosenberg reflects on the first 30 years of DMR and his vision that led to us to being the firm we are today.

This article originally appeared in Meadowlands Magazine.

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Successful Municipal Planning for a Clear Vision of the Future 2560 1450 DMR Architects

Successful Municipal Planning for a Clear Vision of the Future

The City of Hackensack is in the midst of a renaissance.  Over the past ten years, under the leadership of Mayor John Labrosse, Jr., the City has taken tremendous steps with the adoption and realization of a comprehensive plan which provides a clear vision for the transformation of the downtown into a mixed use, pedestrian friendly environment.

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Making Work From Home…Work 2560 1450 DMR Architects

Making Work From Home…Work

Maybe at first it was your kitchen counter. Or your living room with the TV on mute. Or even your bedroom using your bookcase as background for a Zoom Meeting. This is the new normal – working from home during the COVID Pandemic.

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