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Ok, not to toot our own horn, but…BEEP! BEEP!
Ok, not to toot our own horn, but…BEEP! BEEP!
The Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal featured Michele Dempsey in an article regarding “Workplace Trends Office Designs Balance Image, Privacy Traditions and Millennials’ Need for Open Space and Communication”. As office styles change, the goal of having a work environment which can foster an enjoyable day is still the norm. The designers at DxDempsey are also increasingly being asked to help clients create office space that identifies a company’s brand story, while creating an experience that will help drive the bottom line in a sustainable fashion. Plants and the availability of ample natural light are increasingly in style.
She summed up this movement by declaring that decreasing numbers of businesses wish to present the boss as a god hidden within an ivory tower. The old fear and intimidation image of past executives is eroding and being replaced by company cultures, and offices, that communicate accessibility. CLICK HERE to see the full article.
The Design Retail Magazine featured the Las Vegas Ruby Blue retail store, highlighting the vintage, yet contemporary flare in the Mandalay Bay hotel. CLICK HERE to read the full article!
The Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal featured DxDempsey as a firm with a true focus on results-oriented design. The design of the built environment has the power to spark the growth and improvement of a business. With the opening of the Blue Cross Store in Dickson City, actual enrollment numbers were two to three times that which was originally projected. This increase in revenue can be attributed not only to the open enrollment period, but also to the project location, new branding, ease of operation and creating a functional, pleasurable, results-oriented customer experience. Architectural, digital and graphic touch-points offer opportunities for customer service representatives to engage the public on a personal level.
Similarly, Fidelity Discount & Deposit Bank saw an accelerated pace of growth at their West Pittston Branch. The number of new accounts opened since the branch relocated to the newly constructed building exceeded expectations. Employees have expressed their delight in working in a light-filled space. Customers have responded positively to the new branch. Whether it’s a bank, store, office space or restaurant, the design of the space influences both the customer’s and employee’s impressions, attitudes, and overall experiences, which in turn can have a positive effect on the bottom line. CLICK HERE to see the full article!
Michele Dempsey received the prestigious Margaretta Belin Chamberlain Award during the annual meeting of the Scranton Area Community Foundation. Recipients are selected by past recipients and Michele is honored to be in the company of such strong, visionary and transformative women. The Margaretta Belin Chamberlain Award is presented annually to a woman whose vision, dedication, and courage has enhanced the quality of life and expanded the opportunities for the people within her community.
DxDempsey was awarded the Pride of Place Award for the Bank residences. the Bank project contributed to a healthier urban vitality, by supporting downtown residential living, commerce, off-street parking and promoting a pedestrian-focused downtown. The renovation of this historic structure will continue, expanding the residential component onto several of the upper and lower floors, thus improving the total building over. time. This is an important piece of American Architecture, designed by an important American Architect. Preserving its useful integrity is vital to our urban fabric.
The cast of Modern Family filmed an episode of their 5th season in Las Vegas, NV, where Ruby Blue appears! We love the Pritchetts! CLICK HERE to see the Shop! article regarding the encounter.
Scranton What If is an exploration of the potential of various sites throughout downtown Scranton. It is comprised of a series of possibilities to be released periodically through social media where followers are invited to comment, suggest, and share their own ideas with them. We encourage positive constructive feedback in hopes of inspiring each other to make our City a better place. CLICK HERE to see some of the possibilities for Scranton!
Design Bureau Magazine featured Freedlove as a highlight in their August issue. Freedlove was designed with signature design elements that had a large aesthetic impact without breaking the bank. CLICK HERE to read the full article.
USGBC (U.S. Green Building Counsil) awards our East Mountain Residence LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification for achievement in green home building and design. LEED for Homes is a green home certification program that rewards homes that are designed and built to be energy-and-resource-efficient and more healthy and durable for the occupants. LEED-certified homes complete a technically rigorous process that often includes a home energy rating and onsite inspections to verify that the home is built to be energy and water efficient, environmentally sound, and a healthier place to live.
SAGE Awards Recipient – The Scranton Awards for Growth & Excellence graced us with the title of “Small Business of the Year” in 2010. CLICK HERE to read more on DxDempsey in the Small Business Spotlight.
Michele was named as one of the Top 25 Women in Business in the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s March Edition. In this article, the NPEA Chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners Michele describes the root of her passion for design.
Fidelity D&D Bank and DxDempsey were recognized by the Environmental Defense Fund and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey for their environmentally friendly West Scranton office. The Dunmore-based bank’s office, was designed by DxDempsey with a number of energy-saving and environmentally friendly features. “It is possible to move forward and develop a strong business model based on sound economic and environmental principles,” said Fidelity Chief Operating Officer Dan Santaniello. CLICK HERE to read the full article!