The Capital City of North Carolina’s Research Triangle, Raleigh is full of technical startups and techie people. Talent and collaboration are the driving forces, and you’ll find that reflected in our new space. We’ve traded corner offices for conference rooms where we gather for impromptu meetings about science & technology, healthcare, and higher ed. We’re united by openness and ideas and are always ready to spin that ball in a friendly game of ping pong.

200 Park at North Hills St.
Suite 180
​Raleigh, NC 27609

919 833 8818

Rapid Response

Real Solutions, Right Now

Our integrated architecture, engineering, interiors, graphics, and IT team offers real solutions, right now to help you assess, prioritize, and implement initiatives to get you back on track.

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Design Review

Working with NC State University, our office hosted a review of a design project by a group of third-year architecture students - the competition was to design a hanging shelter/adventure camp in the "clouds" of Argentina.

Mask Up, Give Back

We spent an evening inspecting and bagging potatoes for the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina to help our friends and neighbors in need.

News & Publications

interior shot of wellness center lobby with students interacting in the space

The design for William & Mary's McLeod Tyler Wellness Center received the Sustainablity Advancement award from the IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter

St. Thomas Sim Space

Space Types to Enhance Health Education Interdisciplinary Learning

by Jennifer Amster

JMU, Health & Behavioral Studies Building

Tradeline's most recent article, "Overcoming Legacy Barriers' highlights EYP's expertise in designing dynamic work spaces for the future.

exterior facade of William & Mary McLeod Tyler wellness center

The design for William & Mary's McLeod Tyler Wellness Center helps to shift the perception of mental health on campus. Learn more from AIA Virginia's inform Magazine

Allied Health

VCU Allied Health magazine talks to Lead Designer Rob McClure, Health Education Expert Jennifer Amster, and Project Director Eric Kern about the inspiration for and progress on the new College of Health Professions Building.


Increasing Opportunities for Experiential Learning in Simulation

by Jennifer Amster

Jennifer Amster

Strategically Planning for Collaboration in Interprofessional Health Education

by Jennifer Amster

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Real Solutions, Right Now

Our Team

Terence McCabe headshot

Terence McCabe, AIA

Managing Principal - North Carolina

Jennifer Amster

Jennifer Amster, AIA, LEED AP

Health Education Planning & Design

Barbara Dokulil

Barbara Dokulil, IIDA, LEED AP

Senior Interior Designer

Dan Fields

Dan Fields, AIA

Project Executive

Sanjay Parmar

Sanjay Parmar, AIA, NCARB

Senior Medical Planner