Inside, we’re all the same

How the “Ms. Wheelchair Oklahoma” impacted one accessibility team member Sometimes, getting an up close and personal look at the work you try so passionately and diligently to perfect can make all the difference. Bhree Barrett can attest to that. Earlier this year, the accessibility surveyor at The McIntosh Group was invited to judge the “Ms. Wheelchair Oklahoma” contest in … READ MORE

We’re hiring! Join our team as our Business Coordinator/Receptionist!

Must Love Cats:  National architecture firm based in Tulsa looking for an organized and proactive Business Coordinator/Receptionist. Qualified candidate will be self-driven and willing to wear many hats, and will represent the firm at the front desk and on the phones in a professional, friendly and hospitable manner. Candidate will manage his or her own tasks and provide support to … READ MORE

Accessibility and The Silver Tsunami: How aging boomers are changing how we think and build

Several years ago, in a speech outlining six disruptive demographic trends that would require change, James Johnson’s prognostications laid the groundwork for the myriad transformations today’s brands are having to deal with across all segments.   What Johnson, director of the Urban Investment Strategies Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, said was that our communities and businesses were … READ MORE