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CREATING A CULTURE WITHOUT WALLS (COVID-19 Edition) — by Craig Park, FSMPS, Assoc. AIA

Corporate culture makes all the difference. A strong culture — supportive, innovative, customer-focused — almost always reflects a strong brand. As most organizations struggle with the impact of COVID-19, those focused on agile, adaptive measures to keep employees connected, informed, collaborating, and confident will be stronger as an outcome. While it is likely that we will all return to […]

POWER & IT: BETTER COORDINATION = BETTER OUTCOMES — By Paul Dooley and Jim Montalbano

The Sextant Group recently became part of NV5 Engineering & Technology, resulting in many a good conversation with our new fellow engineers.

For example, what’s to be gained when electrical engineers and IT systems designers collaborate rather than working separately? Senior Electrical Engineer James Montalbano LEED AP BD+C and Principal Consultant for Information Technologies Paul Dooley RCDD, CTS recently […]

5×5: FIVE EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES THAT WILL RESHAPE YOUR CAMPUS IN FIVE YEARS by Craig Park & John Cook

This article first appeared in the January/February 2020 issue of APPA’s Facility Manager magazine.

“The future ain’t what it used to be.”—Yogi Berra

“Don’t look back. Something might be gaining on you.”—Satchel Paige

As two of baseball’s preeminent philosophers once noted,
change is inevitable, and sometimes a little scary. However, adapting to change
is always strategic, and never more so than when […]

ACOUSTICS & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: BETTER COORDINATION = BETTER OUTCOMES — by Greg Coudriet and Stephanie Lafontaine

The Sextant Group recently joined forces with NV5 Engineering & Technology, resulting in many good conversations with our new fellow engineers. For example, when designing new buildings or renovating existing spaces, how can one get best value from acoustics and mechanical systems?
Principal of Acoustics Greg Coudriet INCE Bd. Cert, LEED AP BD+C and HVAC Department Head Stephanie Lafontaine […]

THE CONVERGENCE OF WORKPLACE AND LEARNING SPACE — by Kelly Stumpf PMP

The Chicken or the Egg?

While “convergence” is a fun buzz word now commonplace when discussing technology, by definition, it’s when two or more things merge to form a new whole. In the past, technology deployed in the learning space varied dramatically from workplace technology. For instance, apart from some company training, do you spend your workdays in a […]

Connecting Across the Globe: Corporate Workplace Technology — By Greg Clark CTS, INCE, Principal Consultant

SAP is a global trailblazer in enterprise software and software-related services. With over 58,000 employees in over 130 countries, effective communication and collaboration amongst its widespread workforce and its expansive customer base is a highly important factor in maintaining the company’s role as a dynamic and innovative leader in its industry. Like with many corporations, ready access to resources that […]

Top Trends in Active and Collaborative Learningby Senior Systems Designer Joe Hammett CTS-D

My daughter is a maker. She spends hours tinkering with sewing machines and slime recipes, building salamander habitats and the like. She hangs out with her school friends inside apps that teach math and problem solving through multi-player games. All the while, they are learning to communicate and collaborate in ways that are completely foreign to their grandparent’s generation. […]

Emerging Technologies and the Learning Space of Tomorrow

On the surface, education seems unchanged from 25 or even 50 years ago. But under the surface, deep forces are at work. Register now

Building an Office Without Walls by Principal Consultant Craig Park

Corporate culture makes a difference. Over the past eight years, The Sextant Group made the move from brick-and-mortar space to home offices for more than two-thirds of their staff. From fixed-base to virtual space, building a collaborative culture, empowering employees, and demonstrating the productive benefit of the technologies they specify, has been a positive for both their staff and […]

Building Workplaces for a Digital Generation

InAVate Magazine features two principals of The Sextant Group in their June 2018 issue. Speaking with Greg Coudriet CTS, INCE Bd. Cert, LEED AP BD + C and Mark Grassi CTS-D for the article, “Building Workplaces for a Digital Generation,” writer Tim Kridel explores how demographic trends are changing work styles and how they impact employers’ AV technologies acquisitions. […]