New Parkland set to open

The new Parkland Hospital is set to open it’s doors this week, beginning a transition from the current 50 year old facility to the new 2.1 million sq. ft., 17 story facility. At 6 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 20, the Rees-Jones Trauma Center, Emergency Department, Urgent Care Emergency Department and Labor & Delivery services in the new Parkland Memorial […]

Happy Anniversary focusEGD! 5 years!

It’s time to celebrate! Happy Anniversary focusEGD! 5 years!

Camp Pendleton prepares for the new Naval Hospital.

Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital – Camp Pendleton, CA – FocusEGD provided professional design services for a comprehensive wayfinding, room-numbering and signage program that included the site, parking garage, interior, and honorarium recognition programs. Coordinating level identify colors with the interior finishes and nature patterns to distinguish public corridors, focusEGD sought to make the new 500,000 […]

Carolinas Medical Center Northeast selects FocusEGD

CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA – Carolinas Health System is an extensive healthcare provider throughout North & South Carolina. The innovative organization has nearly 800 various healing locations encompassing services from education to cancer research and rehabilitation to heart & vascular care, as well as many other services that enhance health and promote quality care. FocusEGD has […]

Crescent Revitalization and FocusEGD

DALLAS, TEXAS – Since it’s development in the mid 1980’s, The Crescent has defined Dallas’ Uptown district. Until then, major construction across Woodall Rodgers Freeway from downtown Dallas was practically unheard of.  The Crescent started the northward movement, and set the luxurious standards for others to try and follow. Today’s Uptown district continues to thrive […]

FocusEGD featured in Healthcare Facilities Magazine

DALLAS, TX – FocusEGD and Managing Principal, Chris Bauer were recently featured in the April 2013 Healthcare Facilities Management issue. Highlighting the significance of the art and science of “Environmental Graphic Design,” the article talks about the contributions of wayfinding development in the healthcare environment. “Signs of Change” in HFH talks about the evolution of wayfinding […]

Baylor University Medical Center honors kidney transplant donors

DALLAS, TEXAS – On Sunday, June 2nd, 46 North Texans who gave the gift of life recieved a gift in return. Everyone likes to get a little recognition for their good deeds, and along the hallway on a wall at Baylor University Medical Center, people who have done one selfless deed are getting the credit […]

Wayfinding – not just a map.

DALLAS,TEXAS – Wayfinding is a natural phenomenon that happens in a myriad of places. One might say it isn’t specific to an industry but is simply what we do naturally. Take for instance the Internet. Wayfinding there is made up of search engines, links and a wide variety of websites that take you from one […]

A new look for Dallas’ Knox Street District

Walkable urban centers are a relatively rare commodity in Dallas, but for over 100 years, the Knox Street District has been one of these centers. Recently, as public demand has increased for these central urban areas, developers and land owners have embraced the opportunity to adapt and densify. With a landmark mixed-use development featuring Trader […]