Government

Public architecture serves and inspires citizens and communicates the values of our democracy.

Model Citizen

General Services Administration

Birch Bayh Federal Building & US Courthouse

This landmark serves its city in ways its original designers never could have imagined.

Exterior of Faneuil Hall at Night

US National Park Service

Faneuil Hall

Boston, MA

Cultural

Over one million annual visitors pass through this landmark, the portal to the Massachusetts National Parks.

rendered exterior view of building

US Department of State

US Embassy, Amman

Amman, Jordan

Diplomatic

Rapid response to global events is essential to designing safe, secure, and healthy workplaces overseas.

Exterior entrance detail of Saint Elizabeth's Hospital

DC Department of Behavioral Health

Saint Elizabeths Hospital

Washington, DC

Specialty Services

Advancing a 150-year legacy, the design unobtrusively balances requirements for security and observation with privacy and respect.

Awards & Honors

  1. Historic Preservation Honor Award

    AIA Virginia

    General Services Administration

    Birch Bayh Federal Building & US Courthouse

  2. GSA Design Excellence (Preservation & Conservation)

    General Services Administration

    General Services Administration

    Birch Bayh Federal Building & US Courthouse

  3. Design Excellence in Historic Resources

    AIA Washington, DC

    NAVFAC Washington

    Historic Watch Box

Green Details of the New US Embassy in Oslo

US Department of State

US Embassy, Oslo

The design for the new embassy far exceeds some of the strictest energy and sustainability codes in the world.

Resource Efficiency

EYP has provided the Department of State with continuous outstanding design support. Their attention to detail and professionalism has resulted in numerous successful projects.

US Department of State

Science in the National Interest

US Department of Energy

Brookhaven National Lab

Advancing research is critical to the health, security, and economic strength of our nation.

Exterior of US Embassy in Bujumbura, Burundi

US Department of State

US Embassy, Bujumbura

Bujumbura, Burundi

Diplomatic

Executing design/build projects in remote areas requires complex coordination.

JADOC Control Room

NAVFAC Washington

Joint Air Defense Operations Center

Washington, DC

Civic

This new building relocates 17 separate temporary facilities into one highly secure site with command and control capabilities for protecting the skies over our nation's capital.

exterior view rendering

Missouri Department of Mental Health

Fulton State Hospital

Fulton County, MO

Specialty Services

This forensic facility, the first of its type in the United States, provides treatment in needs-based program communities.

Health & Human Performance

Lab

Research demonstrates that inspiring and sustainable spaces promote occupant health, well-being, and productivity. We're partnering with the Harvard School of Public Health and its SHINE initiative on a first-of-its-kind study to measure  health and human performance at the organizational level. Shining a Light on Worker Well-being highlights EYP's participation as well as our own related research.

Workplace Research Well-Being Advancing Mission

The Challenge of Modernization

by Les Shepherd

University of Houston, Student Center

Gone are the days when new construction was held to a higher standard than renovation. Fully modernized buildings are now expected to rival or surpass new construction in energy performance, functionality, and comfort. Meeting this challenge requires the architect and the entire team to go on a journey of exploration within an existing building. They must be part detective, part historian, part diplomat, soothsayers, and master communicators – all closely collaborating with one another to realize the full potential of the building renovation while fully respecting the spirit and intent of the original designers. A modernization project today challenges not only the architect but the entire design team in a way that no other project does.

It’s critical to design buildings with the flexibility and adaptability to manage change – from evolving program, technology, and organizational goals to the challenges of dwindling resources and climate change.

Karl Stumpf Karl Stumpf, AIA, OAA, LEED AP BD+C Government Sector Leader