The greatest success of a project can be found in its effectiveness in building community—a balanced relationship between people and their environment. This episode of Building Impact features guest Adam Bush, Associate Principal and architect, along with Helena Zambrano Macias, architect and Sustainability Coordinator at Overland, who discuss how Overland employed sustainability goals related to ecosystem, energy, water, and building materials to design a campus reflective of the twenty-first-century workplace while honoring heritage, values, and traditions for the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University.
About Building Impact
Building Impact is a bi-weekly podcast hosted out of the offices of Overland Partners, an architecture and design firm located in San Antonio, Texas. Our podcast brings together diverse talents to discuss modeling how we should live and influencing the world. Led by hosts Angelica Mata and Sydney Aschbacher, these conversations capture the stories cultivated from the firm’s unique approach to designing, building relationships, and fostering a community of people who aim to make a difference in the world.
How do you model and influence? Share with us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our theme music for this podcast is titled Puzzle Pieces by Lee Rosevere.
Stay tuned for the release of Episode 11 on Monday, September 17th!
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Learn more about the Baylor School of Business here.