Our portfolio spans multiple building types for government, healthcare, higher education, and science & technology.
Work/life balance: diplomatic staff enjoy the security and amenities of a sustainable village.
The guard house, where Abraham Lincoln made the last official visit of his presidency, has been restored and returned to its original site.
Design diplomacy sensitively balances security and sustainability.
A design inspired by the abundant tree canopies of Atlanta.
Healing reimagined: focus on human experience enhances patient outcomes.
A Center of Hope: Progressive specialized treatment communities designed to be safe and therapeutic at this complex
United on purpose: students activate their own learning.
High-performance design adds square footage while decreasing energy consumption.
Learning to care: team-trained clinicians develop critical real-world skills.
Loft-style labs replace outdated classrooms in this inventive, right-sized facility.
Embodying GE innovation, the reinvention of Building 53 reinvigorates the iconic brand for the 21st century.
Integrated Project Delivery maximizes value for this modernization project.
A new 1,200-bed Student Housing Complex consisting of two types of housing: a large, traditional residence hall, and a series of “townhouses.”
Resilient and advanced technology activate hands-on learning interprofessional learning.
Through building modernization and interior system upgrades, we are extending the useful life of the historic building for future generations of public service.
The expansion explores how the enhanced facility will center around holistic, family-centric care.
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