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D2U.2 Tours Projects Under Construction

Spotted: D2U.2 onsite at Menger Springs and Titan’s Elan Westpointe. Yes, that’s right, nearly the entire firm stepped out for the day to see these two projects currently under construction. The goal: to better understand the construction process and the importance of construction documents, details and communication. There were so many opportunities to see how […]

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David Dillard to judge EFA Remodel-Renovation Awards

David Dillard has been selected to serve on a panel of judges for Environments for Aging’s Remodel-Renovation Awards program. Dillard along with other expert panelists from SAGE, the Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments, will review all the submissions and narrow them down to the Top 10 in the category of Single Spaces. Single […]

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D2 Hosting Shoe Drive for Buckner’s Shoes for Orphan Souls

For the month of May, D2  Architecture will be collecting new shoes in support of Buckner Shoes for the Orphan Souls®. This drive provides new shoes and socks to orphans and vulnerable children in the United States and throughout the world and is the largest humanitarian aid project of Buckner International. “As we have emerged from 2014 […]

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D2 Architecture’s Grant Warner to Speak at LeadingAge Texas 2015 Annual Meeting

Grant Warner, Principal, along with Patrick Crump, VP – Operations, Buckner Retirement Services and Debbie Wiegand, Project Guide, The Greenhouse Project, will present Small House-Style Care. Small house-style care provides a more residential, home-like, family-oriented environment for both residents and staff. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) have acknowledged the advantages of this […]

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Dallas Morning News

David Dillard and The Sleepover Project® were featured in the Dallas Morning News. The article highlighted at a stay at Pilgrim Haven, a project repositioned by D2 Architecture over the past few years. Among the early locations for The Sleepover Project®, Pilgrim Haven, now The Terraces at Los Altos, benefited significantly from the lessons learned by the […]