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Six in 60: leadership solutions in an evolving context

24 September 2008

Design Futures Council - Vancouver, B.C., Canada

A panel discussion including Carole Wedge AIA, LEED AP

Shepley Bulfinch "notable" in global rebrand competition

Friday, 18 July 2008

What’s old IS new again: that was the message when Shepley Bulfinch – one of the oldest architecture firms in the US – was cited as “Notable” in the 2008 Rebrand 100 Global Awards. ReBrand 100® recognizes the world’s most effective brand transformations: the repositioning, revitalizing and redesign of existing brand assets to meet strategic goals.

Shepley undertook its rebrand as part of a strategy to ensure the firm’s place in an increasingly competitive market by emphasizing a message of fresh, innovative design of lasting quality. Beginning with the firm’s move to new, open offices stripped of hierarchy, a clean, fresh design was introduced, including the firm’s name, website, marketing collateral, ...[more]

We the People: Implications for women and the profession

16 May 2008

AIA National Convention - Boston, MA

Carole Wedge, president, Shepley Bulfinch
Nancy Alexander, Yale University

Diversity in architecture

14 April 2008

2008 AIA Diversity Plenary - multiFORMity '08 - St Louis MO

Carole Wedge, FAIA, LEED AP, speaker

Shepley featured in new book on innovative office environments

Monday, 7 April 2008

Shepley Bulfinch’s open and collaborative Boston office and design studio wins kudos in the newly published book, Innovations in Office Design: The Critical Influence Approach to Effective Work Environments, by Diane Stegmeier (John Wiley & Sons, Inc).

The firm’s Seaport District office is cited as an exemplar of workplace design, inspiring collaboration, information exchange, and the generation of new ideas. Attention is drawn to the office’s clustering spaces for scheduled and spontaneous interaction, where staff members cross paths while arriving for a planned project meeting, an impromptu team brainstorming session, or a casual one-on-one dialogue. The open environment fosters a culture in which Shepley staff can easily leverage the creativity and insight ...[more]

Tectonic shift: women in leadership at Shepley Bulfinch

5 April 2008

Women in Architecture symposium, RI School of Design - Providence, RI

Angela Watson, AIA LEED AP

Navigating a Male-Dominated Field

1 March 2008

Women's Leadership Conference - Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston MA

Carole Wedge, panelist

Shepley office celebrated as model of flexibility, mobility

Monday, 10 December 2007

The flexibility and openness of Shepley Bulfinch’s LEED-certified Boston office was heralded in a front-page article in today’s Banker and Tradesman.

The feature, by columnist and Boston Architectural College professor Jeff Stein, applauded the mobility and horizontal organization of the office, which is designed to foster a collaborative environment and reconfiguration of staff as project demands require. The office, located in Boston’s Seaport District near the World Trade Center, was awarded LEED-CI Silver certification earlier this year.

The office will be on show next May, when Boston hosts the National Convention of the American Institute of Architects. Shepley Bulfinch is a convention sponsor.