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Transforming a campus

Transforming a campus

A campus is a community. Whether it meets educational, municipal, healthcare, corporate or community needs, architectural design can reflect a rich history while embracing technology and innovation, blend cultures with learning styles, and invite collaboration, inspire communication and offer comfort.

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Providence College
Campus Transformation
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University of Notre Dame
Campus Crossroads Project
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University of Texas
Multiple Athletic Facility Upgrades
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U.S. Courthouse – Jacksonville
Bryan Simpson United States Courthouse
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Stonehill College
Leo J. Meehan School of Business
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Rutgers University
Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering
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St. Timothy’s School
The Gerry Sisters Five Arts and Student Center
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UMass Memorial Medical Center
University and Memorial Campuses, Renovation and Redesign
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Canterbury School
Campus Master Plan and Implementation
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University of North Texas
Athletics Master Plan and Indoor Practice Facility
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U.S. General Services Administration
U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building Annex – Orlando
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Georgia State University
Three-time Stadium Repurposing and Retrofit
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University of Cincinnati
Nippert Stadium Expansion
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Osceola County Courthouse
Expansion / Renovation
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Fay School
Master Plan
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University of Texas at Austin
Dell Medical School, Health Learning Building
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Chapel Haven
Residential / Education Facility (REACH)
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Sacred Heart University
Campus Master Plan and Implementation
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Sacred Heart University
Center for Healthcare Education
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University of Hartford
Renee Samuels Arts and Technology Center
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Iowa State University
Advanced Teaching and Research Building
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Chapel Haven – Aging in Place Building
Schleifer Adult Independent Living Building (SAIL)