I recently attended the Patient-Centered Design Conference at SCAD in Savannah. The purpose of this conference is to give the patient experience a greater voice in the design of hospital architecture. The format was unique in that groups were formed with a balance of design professionals, healthcare clinicians, and product designers. […]
Christner is advancing its commitment to science and research with a dedicated focus on laboratory planning and design. As Science and Research Market Leader, Paulina Bugyis, Intl. AIA, will be integral in growing this area of work. She brings over 18 years of planning and design experience, working with higher education and corporate clients regionally and nationally. Some of Paulina’s previous experience in the region includes work with Washington University School of Medicine and School of Engineering, University of Kansas, St. Louis University, University of Kansas Medical Center, Monsanto, Patheon Biologics and Millipore Sigma. […]
At Christner, we believe that our employees are our greatest asset. In this feature, we profile some of the team members who contribute to our success.
Recently named Christner’s newest shareholder, Stacey Wehe is Education Market Leader and a project manager in the firm.
Where did you attend college?
University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
What organizations are you involved with?
Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)
APPA, Leadership in Educational Facilities
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Building & Grounds Committee at City Garden Montessori
Central West End Planning & Development Committee […]
On this International Women’s Day, I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt appreciation to all of the women in our firm. Christner is progressive in that well over 50% of our professional staff is women; however 100% of our administrative professionals, marketing department, accounting department, and IT department are women. This morning I was reflecting on the concept of A Day without a Woman; in our office that would mean that elevators to our office space would not be unlocked for business, the phones would not be answered, the couriers would not be called to pick-up packages, there would be no support if our computer system or copiers were to fail, no invoices would be sent, no bills would be paid, no marketing proposals would go out. Thank you to all of the women who make our office a great place to work and all of the men in the office and at home who support us. […]
Harrington Speaks at Annual NRPA National Congress
Laurel Harrington of Christner and Laurie Harmon of the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse recently presented this topic at the 2016 National Recreation & Park Association (NRPA) National Congress in St. Louis. Their presentation included research focusing on outdoor play as a critical component for the development of our emotional, physical, psychological and cognitive well-being. Local and national examples illustrated how playscapes reduce barriers to nature-deprived children while providing enriching play to nature-savvy kids. Attendees were even able to build their own miniature playscape as part of the session. […]