Modernization

How do you get the benefits of a new building without building new? An integrated modernization approach that unlocks the potential of your existing building.

Integrating historic preservation with sustainability expertise from the very beginning of a project, we maximize the potential that historic buildings offer to meet and even exceed desired energy performance criteria while keeping character-defining features. More

In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, we spoke with preservation experts Matt Chalifoux and Tony Bochicchio to take a closer look at their experience preserving the historic Warfield House in Gettysburg National Military Park. More

Higher Education Designers Sara Stein and Mark Warner share insights from their experience in modernizing Wannamaker Hall at Duke University in a Q&A with Talking Stick Magazine.

The District of Columbia's Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) is enacting new Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS) to help DC become the healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the country. More

To celebrate the 103rd anniversary of the National Park Service, we spoke with team members across the firm about their favorite NPS projects to work on and which sites they most enjoy visiting around the country. More

Jurors celebrated the pedestrian-focused street space for bringing life and economic growth along Avenida Houston

December 17, 2018

Metropolis Think Tank

A Metropolis Think Tank at EYP's Washington, DC office explored how data can inform design thinking. Their recent article shares the thoughts from the panel discussion.

Senior Historic Preservation Architect, Matthew Chalifoux, FAIA, explores the challenges and opportunities associated with preservation projects in The Military Engineer.

December 4, 2018

Mountaintop Marvel

by Mark Kanonik

Modern Steel Construction profiles EYP's Senior Structural Engineer Mark Kanonik's examination of Lehigh University's research facility at its Mountaintop Campus.

Today’s best academic institutions are catalysts for innovation. They host environments in which their people make things. They foster learning experiences that open up both students and professors to creative thinkers from a variety of fields, from the academy to the business world. They teach their students to be lifelong learners. More

A Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the reopening of the renovated Agricultural Engineering Building at Penn State.

April 12, 2018

The People Have Spoken

EYP's Atlanta office wins AIA Georgia's Peoples Choice Award