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Architecture

We have an infinite drive to solve complex architectural design problems. But problems are best solved when we listen before we lead. We are built around the exact services our clients need to take a project from concept to completion and do it beautifully.

Getting there is a journey of inquisitive discovery, an immersive process that delivers meaningful places and measurable outcomes. Our designers engage in critical design dialogue to harvest the best ideas that translate into our clients’ reality.  Our clients are continuously evolving and together we approach each opportunity by confronting the greatest challenges, finding the greatest inspiration, and discovering transformative solutions where creativity in architectural design enriches lives.

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WORK

Check out some samples of our work below.

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University of Notre Dame
Campus Crossroads Project
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BELIMO Americas
North American Headquarters
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St. Timothy’s School
The Gerry Sisters Five Arts and Student Center
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Next Frontier of Prefabrication

A convergence of technology, manufacturing, modular design, and prefabrication is rendering creative solutions that highlight the use of parametric software as the next frontier in rapid outpatient facility deployment. – Keith Fine, AIA and Patricia Betzhold

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SLAM expands master planning services, hires new director

Glastonbury, CT, October 6, 2021 – Michael “Mike” Zuba, an AICP certified professional planner, will serve as the Director of Public Education Master Planning for SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative).  Mike will lead and expand SLAM’s public education master planning practice with an immediate focus on Connecticut and New England, including in our new Providence, Rhode Island office.  The firm’s long-term goals include expansion of public education master planning services nationally. Mike is based in the firm’s Glastonbury, Connecticut office.

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SLAM announces new leadership team model for national sports studio

GLASTONBURY, Conn., – September 14, 2021 – SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative) has announced a new leadership team model for the firm’s award-winning sports studio. Marc Clear has been named Sports Practice Leader, Dane Hawthorne has been named Sports Design Leader, Emily Burton will serve as Director of Business Development for Sports + Recreation, and Bobby Carter will continue as the Director of Sport Facilities. Emily and Bobby Carter will support Marc and Dane in the continued growth of the sports market, with an emphasis on building and maintaining client relationships.

CAREERS

We’re always on the lookout for talent in our areas of expertise. Check out some of our current openings below.

Project Architect
Denver, CO
Contract Administrator
Los Angeles, CA
Project Architect
Philadelphia, PA
Senior Project Accounting Specialist
Glastonbury, CT
Senior Healthcare Project Manager
Glastonbury, CT
Architectural Designer
Glastonbury, CT
Architectural Designer
Providence, RI
Project Architect
Providence, RI
Project Manager
Providence, RI
Architectural Designer
Philadelphia, PA
Project Architect
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