Working through COVID-19

The worldwide pandemic crisis has created a variety unexpected challenges, both for the in-house Bancroft team and for our clients. A vital piece of our responses to the challenges is Dr. Mike Millis, Bancroft’s Chief Medical Officer. In addition to…

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Hiring Season!

  • April 6, 2020
  • news

Spring is in the air, and that means it’s hiring season at Bancroft!  This week alone we added seven new, full-time professionals to the Bancroft team.  They were all architects and engineers this week, along with a new HR Manager…

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Happy New Year

  • October 9, 2019
  • news

Thinking of the first week in October as the start of a new year is usually a characteristic of those who are strict followers of the Judaic calendar. While we of course wish them the blessings of the season, the…

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The Most Productive Week of the Year

This has been arguably the most productive week of the year, and may very well prove to be the most important for several years. This week we were recertified as a disabled-Veteran owned small business.  Since our inception, I have…

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Hail and Farewell

We welcome Dania Melendez to the team. She’s just completed her Master of Architecture from the School of the Art Institute. She’ll be taking Joe DeRicco’s place here at Bancroft, as Joe takes a leave of absence to go back…

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Fielding the Team

Professional athletic teams face an ongoing personnel challenge: they constantly have to decide between two distinct approaches to fielding a talented team. On the one hand, they can hire talented young players, hoping eventually those players will develop into stars.…

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Evidence Based Design Philosophy

There is an established and accepted school of thought in healthcare design that contends the building itself can help the healing process.  At first blush, it is a radical idea: that the facility (if properly designed) can contribute to healing. …

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