DLR Group’s Annual Report for 2021
(MINNEAPOLIS, February 18, 2022) – Creating more equitable schools and workplaces. Overcoming the constraints of time and space. Preparing for tomorrow while managing the realities of today. These are just some of the challenges our clients, our industry, and our greater world are facing.
Add onto that the continued hurdles of COVID-19, a shift to hybrid work models, and the uncertainty a global pandemic brings with it, and 2021 was a year like no other.
We tackled every challenge head-on. We took a stance on equity and that everyone deserves a seat at the table of design. And we did it all while working more sustainably and collaboratively across sectors, disciplines, and geographies. We adapted. We reused. We preserved. We innovated. We brought concepts to completion to help prepare us for another exciting – and doubtless challenging – year.
Challenges find solutions. Read DLR Group’s Annual Report for 2021.
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