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How architects can take advantage of economic cycles, even the downturns 960 540 DMR Architects

How architects can take advantage of economic cycles, even the downturns

Despite several economic cycles, including three recessions, since DMR was founded in 1991, fueled by the recent strength of the construction industry, DMR is celebrating its 25th anniversary with its largest headcount and is recording its highest revenue. While not immune to economic cycles, DMR has used downturns as strategic thresholds to increase market share and adapt to new trends, often diversifying into new practice areas and adding key talent in recessions.

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Hudson County’s new $160 million high school will be ‘one of a kind’ 960 540 DMR Architects

Hudson County’s new $160 million high school will be ‘one of a kind’

Current and future students at High Tech High School have a lot to look forward to.

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Meadowlands YMCA expected to create jobs, serve 20,000 960 540 DMR Architects

Meadowlands YMCA expected to create jobs, serve 20,000

With its new home set to open early next year, the Meadowlands Area YMCA will create more than 100 full-time and part-time jobs and be able to serve 20,000 more people than the organization does now.

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Health care case study has real estate experts talking at conference 2000 1125 DMR Architects

Health care case study has real estate experts talking at conference

20 panelists turned out last week for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s Future of Healthcare Real Estate Symposium in New Brunswick, including redevelopment consultant and DMR partner Francis Reiner. They were asked to offer insights on a case study involving a potential acquisition by a fictional entity, a dominant provider that was weighing its growth options and considering the acquisition of an urban hospital and its real estate assets. Here is what these experts had to say.

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Architecture firm looking toward health care projects 960 540 DMR Architects

Architecture firm looking toward health care projects

For DMR, a relationship with Robert Wood Johnson Health System goes back 15 years and spans more than 20 projects—from nursing stations to a nuclear medicine facility. And much of that work came before the sea changes affecting today’s health care sector. It’s one reason why Lloyd Rosenberg sees the industry as a potential growth area. With shifts in how and where health care is delivered, he’s confident those changes will translate into new space needs and new requirements for the design community.

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DMR Architects CEO sees opportunity to grow his firm in China 960 540 DMR Architects

DMR Architects CEO sees opportunity to grow his firm in China

In mid-November, Lloyd Rosenberg was a long way from his home state of New Jersey. But perhaps it takes that kind of journey to see what he saw during his 10-day trip in China, one that included tours of several breathtaking, historic villages in the southwestern region of the country.

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