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Supply Chain Management and Logistics Case Studies
This is the question that has been posed to stakeholders surrounding the Rainey Alley over the last few months. For some, alleys are no more than back-of-house lanes to bring supplies in and remove trash. To others they are unique assets of our shared public realm and should be activated with pedestrian centric activities. During our Rainey Alley Ideas Charette these teams offered Landscape Architecture, Architecture, and Civil Engineering expertise to help citizens see how an alley can be more than just an alley. Baldrige Architects provided their answer by casting a vision that embraces the existing chaotic assemblage of trash dumpsters, power poles, property fences and out of control vegetation. Finally, TBG provided a concept plan proposes living walls to hide unsightly back of house items, underground cisterns to help irrigate the green walls, and street art to liven up the space.
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Accela, a distributor of a leading engagement platform that powers thousands of services and millions of transactions daily for public agencies worldwide, found itself in need of more space to accommodate its growing staff. When a floor became available in its building, the firm seized the opportunity to create a more open, collaborative environment that delicately balanced the youthful energy it sought along with the professional atmosphere its location commanded. When the expansion project materialized, Accela seized the opportunity to make significant changes both visually and in work style.
The CEO and executive team were committed to maintaining their leading market position, despite challenges such as competitors expanding services, physicians splitting time between multiple hospitals, and the growth of ambulatory surgical centers in their service area. These senior leaders decided to create three service lines simultaneously to deliver seamless coordinated care to patients and their families. They also committed to actively engage key physicians in governing the service lines.