Research + PublicationsAt Kirksey, we believe in sharing the knowledge and experience we've gained as a firm and as individual experts in various areas like Wellness, LEED & sustainability, space planning, building assessments, code requirements and parking lot design. You can view and download articles and brochures we've published on these pages. And if you don't see what you're looking for, our Team Directors are always happy to field a call and help you with your individual needs.
Our Healthy Environments Toolkit can be found here.
It’s helpful to see what other companies and C-suites are considering and implementing as they navigate the evolving workplace. We’ve consolidated a list of the most recent and informative surveys.
Information on the changing workplace is abundant, and overload is real. Here’s a recent reading list to help you cut through the noise
Mid and High Rise Multifamily / Mixed-use Residential / Condominiums / Urban Design and Master Planning / Senior Living / Student Housing
Here are the questions that we have routinely been asked, along with some helpful links to related information
Overview of mass timber and Kirksey's San Jacinto College project - the nation's largest mass timber academic building on a college campus
Special and multi-use facilities designed with humans and animals in mind break away from traditional people-focused architecture and require a unique blend of expertise, innovation, and experience.
The workplace is often a tool for recruiting top talent, but now it must contend with people's homes. So, how can the office compete?
Branded Environments | Signage & Wayfinding | Brand Identity | Placemaking | Collateral Packaging | Exhibit & Showroom Display
Our Mission Critical practice is focused on providing a wide range of project types centered around all mission critical aspects for a diversity of Owners and Operators.
Student-focused housing has a proven impact on grades and social development
"One of the first decisions a client is faced with when contemplating a project in the built environment— all the brick and mortar structures where we live and work—is whether to build a new structure or to renovate an existing one."