News & Publications: Community Impact

Immediate impact from Carleton College’s new Integrated Science Center is felt among science disciplines as they explore a new age of learning in open, light-filled, cross-disciplinary spaces, fostering collaboration among the campus community

Recognized for its resilient design and ability to unite the community, the design for the new Center won the national Rethinking the Future Award in the Public Building Concept category

One of our core values is finding inspiration. We get it from each other, from our clients, and sometimes from places we don’t expect. To celebrate this, our DC office has launched a speaker series: People with Impact. More

In celebration of our Houston office’s 40th anniversary, we hosted an event for our clients, consultants, and staff – and invited a panel of special guests to speak on topics ranging from sustainability to convergent sciences. More

In a recent article by Managed Healthcare Executive, Senior Project Director Burn Sears shares the importance of including spaces for respite and socialization in the design of oncology facilities. 

Childhood obesity is one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century. To help address this complex epidemic at its roots – from genetics and poor diet to reduced physical activity – three renowned children's hospitals have dedicated space to features not usually found in healthcare facilities. More

EYP is partnering with the University of Virginia to research the impact of our recently designed McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. Part of the College of William and Mary campus, this new student health center combines several health and wellness services into one facility - and our research will examine the beneficial effects of this new space on faculty and students. More

ENR Southwest profiles the EYP designed Physics & Astronomy Interdisciplinary Science Building (PAIS) at the University of New Mexico.

Contract magazine spotlights how personalized spaces are transforming healthcare delivery and the patient experience at the new Stamford Hospital.  

Architecture DC showcases a modernization/new construction project: the Bethune Dining Hall Annex at Howard University. An AIA DC Merit Award Winner, the building exemplifies the trend for campus facilities that let in the sunshine to enhance the student experience, foster community, and advance energy and sustainability goals. This signature design has dramatically “transformed a stopping place for food into a happy social and cultural gathering place.”