Perkins+Will is this year’s winner of the “Best Architecture Firm – Large” award as part of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)’s first annual Best in Building Awards. The Best in Building Awards celebrate the year’s best products, projects, organizations and individuals making an impact in “green” building.
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The New Academic Building gives Davidson a collaborative environment for teaching and transdisciplinary research, and a facility that will flex to accommodate new disciplines that will emerge in the years ahead. The building will be home to the departments of biology, chemistry, psychology and environmental studies, with two wings of teaching and research space and a 400-seat forum at its heart.
Mitchell|Giurgola Architects was retained by New York Univ. to develop a new Computational Theory Suite for the Dept. of Chemistry. Located on the upper floors of the Silver Science Complex, this new space consolidates several computational researchers, previously spread throughout the building.
The Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2 (HBSB 2) integrates teaching, research and clinical programs in the second phase of the development of the Univ. of Houston’s biomedical campus. The nine-story facility provides a new home for the College of Pharmacy and three floors of expanded research space for the university-wide Dept. of Research.
Bioscience 2 (Collaboration between Univ. of Colorado Anschutz Campus and the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority)June 2, 2015 2:12 pm | Comments
Bioscience 2 is a multi-use Greenfield facility for research and education. Slated for LEED-Gold certification, the building will function as a university- incubator hybrid. With lab space on all four floors, CRB performed detailed lab planning to optimize both teaching and research spaces.
EYP Architecture and Engineering announced Jeffrey Schantz, AIA, NCARB, recently joined the firm as Science & Technology Leader for EYP’s emerging Science & Technology practice, serving clients in academic, higher education, institutional, corporate, technology and government sectors.
Christopher Kirchner, PE, LEED AP, has joined Vanderweil Engineers as a mechanical team leader and project manager. Kirchner has 23 years of experience in the design of high-performance mechanical systems for a wide variety of government, commercial, institutional, healthcare, lab and industrial projects.
JM Coull recently completed a 18-week, phased renovation of 6,500 sf of lab and office space in Taunton, Mass. for the Waters Corp. In the first phase, JMC constructed new bathrooms, locker rooms and an office area, followed by the lab renovations. A new mezzanine for the office area was then built between the labs and warehouse.
Riding a stretch of increasing levels of demand for 13 out of the last 15 months, the Architecture Billings Index (ABI) dropped in April for the second month this year. As a leading economic indicator of construction activity, the ABI reflects the approximate nine to 12 month lead time between architecture billings and construction spending.
Mother Nature makes it happen so effortlessly and efficiently: turning sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into the building blocks for fuel for plants, that is. Now, researchers have a new home to replicate Mother Nature’s mysteries. The Solar Energy Research Center opened at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and will house labs and offices devoted to photovoltaic and electrochemical solar energy systems.
The Energy Sciences Building at Argonne National Laboratory has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold rating by the U.S. Green Building Council. The facility includes state-of-the-art lab space complete with energy-efficient fume hoods, floors made from post-consumer recycled content and countertops made from 100% recycled glass.
Univ. of the Pacific recently completed renovations on a 395,000-sf, seven-story building located at 155 Fifth Street in San Francisco’s South of Market district. The new Univ. of the Pacific San Francisco Campus is home to the renowned Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, as well as other graduate programs in the fields of audiology, music therapy, data analytics and food studies.
Community leaders and politicians joined Morgan State Univ. (MSU) staff and faculty to break ground on the HOK-designed Martin D. Jenkins Behavioral and Social Sciences Center (BSSC) in Baltimore. The 148,000-sf facility is part of MSU’s West Campus Expansion Initiative and is scheduled for summer 2017 completion.
Michaella Wittmann, HDR's director of sustainability, will serve a three-year term as chair of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI)'s new Envision Review Board. The new board will oversee ongoing development of ISI's Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system, initially launched in 2012.
Perkins+Will announces the publication of Architecture’s New Edges by Global Sustainability Leader and Board Member Peter Busby. The book has been written for any reader fascinated by the ability of architecture to sustain the environment, rather than allowing the environment to sustain architecture.
AECOM announced that the U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE)’s Savannah River Operations Office in Aiken, S.C., has extended the current liquid-waste-management contract with AECOM-led Savannah River Remediation LLC for an additional two years. This $797-million extension will run from July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2017.