2020 has been consistently inconsistent. Where do we go from here?
Our multidisciplinary experts discussed “What’s Next,” moving into 2021 on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. SM&W’s integrated team talked about industry & design trends, projections, and our insight into all things Acoustics, AV, IT, Security, and Medical Equipment planning.
From public libraries and DMVs to secured operations centers and courthouses, the government is facing pressure to not only continue businesses operations amid COVID-19, but also set the precedent of returning to work as we reopen the country. Tom Shen, President & CEO, and other SM&W experts discuss technology considerations for government facilities as we re-open the country.
COVID-19 has created its fair share of challenges for higher education institutions, from scrambling to provide remote learning options to completely halting lesson plans. Tom Shen, President & CEO, and SM&W experts have a panel discussion on the future of the places we learn in and how technology will play a vital role in our new normal.
Healthcare organizations are experiencing unprecedented pressures on their operations, resources and facilities across the globe. With these challenges, how will they adapt and adjust for the future, and what lessons have they learned? Tom Shen, President & CEO, and SM&W healthcare experts discuss the future of the places we practice & heal in and how technology will play a vital role in our new normal.
Are you ready to head back to the office? Tom Shen, President & CEO, and other SM&W experts discuss the future of the places we work in and how technology will play a vital role in our new normal. From retrofitting your current offices to planning for future corporate environments, our team discusses what technology you should consider as you get your company back on track.
SM&W provided groundbreaking acoustical designs and noise isolation approaches to provide a museum experience that sets a new standard for the SPYSCAPE museum in Midtown Manhattan. Click here to read more about this project.
Our firm is committed to engaging and supporting those communities we not only work in, but also live in. In 2019, we supported more than a dozen charities through volunteer programs and fundraising efforts. See our year in review.
Hudson Yards is easily one of the most publicized developments in New York City. It’s a remarkably massive 28-acre, mixed-use development located at the very heart of Manhattan. When conceived nearly two decades ago, it was said to be one of the last frontiers available in Manhattan. The development is particularly special to Shen Milsom & Wilke as we have been involved with all sides of this development, from retail to commercial spaces; providing a myriad of converged design services for these spaces.
SM&W’s experts cut through the chaos of InfoComm to outline the biggest trends and takeaways from the 2019 show in Orlando, FL.
In 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Mildred Ramos, Principal & Human Resources Director, reflects on the relief support SM&W sponsored as she and her family helped rebuild and reforest Puerto Rico in the wake of this catastrophic natural disaster.
How do we keep up in this ever-changing field? Continuous learning, collaboration, and industry engagement. We attend various conferences and events throughout the year to keep abreast of emerging technology and trends. Take a peek at our InfoComm 2019 experience!
SM&W’s multi-disciplinary consultant, Jonathan Owens, CTS-D, is talking top business and tech trends to pay close attention to among an array of technology that continues to be released and discussed for 2017.
To celebrate our third decade in the A/E/C industry, SM&W highlights our focus, and how we continue to create innovative user experiences by pushing the boundaries of possibilities.
After 30 years in operation, SM&W takes a look back at our history and how we have become one of the world’s most recognized acoustical, audiovisual, information technology, medical equipment planning and security design firms.