Top 110 university architecture firms
Perkins+Will, Gensler, and CannonDesign top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest university sector architecture and AE firms, as reported in the 2017 Giants 300 Report.
The Abbotts Creek Community Center designed by Clark Nexsen. Photo: Mark Herboth.
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Multidisciplinary student teams were challenged to redefine the traditional “hour city” radius, providing b.
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The program honors projects that highlight collaboration between design and construction teams to create be.
Ben Lilly, Mason Hanger’s new president, views domestic and international work as equally important to the firm’s future prosperity. Image: Mason Hanger
The firm expects to continue mining growth opportunities with its federal agency clients.
Left out of this ongoing national debate over infrastructure are the nation’s other public buildin.
FKP-design projects: (left) Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care, and (right) Nemours’ A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children. Photos courtesy FKP
The deal strengthens CannonDesign’s pediatric healthcare expertise, establishes presence in Texas and Ohio.
The Marriott Downtown in Omaha, Neb.’s Capitol District is one of Leo A Daly’s recent hospitality projects. Its new managing principal Ken Martin foresees hospitality seeping into the firm’s other practices. Image: Courtesy Leo A Daly
Ken Martin views this sector as an incubator of innovation.
The fake architect must also pay a $115,000 restitution.
AIA’s latest compensation report finds average compensation for staff positions up 2.8% from early 2015.
Courtesy of DLR Group
The firm will be merging operations immediately with full integration and the name change to DLR Group| Sta.
A GS P-designed intersection in Tennessee
Perkins+Will has written the design controls for the redevelopment of a 28-acre surface parking lot in San Francisco into a mixed-use waterfront community called Mission Rock, which would have a mesa running through it to handle sea levels that are projected to rise as high as 66 inches by 2100, compared to 24 inches today. Courtesy Perkins+Will.
Interconnected systems (such as the Schlage Control lock shown here) are being used in multifamily complexes, student housing, and senior-living communities. Photo courtesy Schlage
Laura Crane, AIA, NCARB, Associate, Project Architect with bKL Architecture, Chicago
The Pagliuca Harvard Life Lab, Allston, Mass., is the newest component of Harvard University’s growing innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. Harvard students, faculty, and alumni interested in biotech, pharma, and other life sciences now have access to a fully equipped wet lab and support resources they need to take their ventures to the next stage of development. Photo: Robert Benson.