Tuesday, 7 July 2015
Shepley Bulfinch announced that Luke Voiland AIA and Andre Kamili AIA, LEED AP have been named the firm’s newest principals, and that Matt Gifford AIA, LEED AP has been promoted to director.
“As a culture we’re ambitious about design innovation and our role in shaping the buildings of the future,” said President Carole Wedge, FAIA. “Luke, Andre, and Matt have risen to this challenge, repeatedly demonstrating that they have the drive and vision to lead the firm in this pursuit. We honor them as they assume their roles in the firm’s leadership.”
Luke Voiland is a design leader with an inclusive approach and clear, thoughtful insights that engage his clients ...[more]
Friday, 15 May 2015
Mary Hale, Assoc. AIA, was presented with the AIA Associates Award in a ceremony at the AIA’s annual Convention in Atlanta this week. The award is the highest honor given to individual associate AIA members in recognition of their leadership qualities and commitment to the design profession and the wider community.
“Mary is a dynamic, entrepreneurial bridge builder,” Shepley Bulfinch President Carole Wedge, FAIA, said. “She is truly exceptional in her ability to connect the dots between design, practice, and community.”
Mary joined Shepley Bulfinch in 2012. She complements her contributions to the ...[more]
Tuesday, 12 May 2015
Shepley Bulfinch, a national leader in pediatric healthcare design, has been selected to design the new clinical care tower for Boston Children’s Hospital. The 11-story, 500,000 square foot building on the Longwood Medical Area campus is the largest in the hospital’s history.
The Clinical Care Tower will address the hospital’s continuing growth in domestic and international patient volume and its delivery of high-level tertiary and quaternary care, adding facility space to improve patient flow and enable operational efficiencies for acute care, critical care, diagnostic, and other ancillary services on the core ...[more]
Wednesday, 22 April 2015
UnCommon, the student housing complex in Eugene, Oregon, developed by CA Student Living and designed by Shepley Bulfinch, has received LEED Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council. This is CA’s first LEED Certified project and the latest in Shepley Bulfinch’s portfolio of highly sustainable buildings.
“We’re responding to changes in the urban housing market for college students and graduates,” said JJ Smith, COO of CA Student Living. “They’re looking for a smaller environmental footprint and well-designed spaces close to the life of the campus and the city.”
Using sustainable strategies was ...[more]
Saturday, 14 March 2015
Banner Health has awarded the contract for the design of the new Banner – University Medical Center hospital facility in Tucson to Shepley Bulfinch architects of Phoenix, in association with GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. of Tucson. The 11-story tower is scheduled for completion in 2019.
This news follows Banner’s acquisition of the University of Arizona Medical Center, which was finalized on February 27.
“We are honored to be working with Banner Health as they rebuild the core of the hospital,” said Shepley Bulfinch’s David Derr, AIA, principal-in-charge for the project. “Both Shepley and GLHN know the University Medical Center well from our previous work, and we understand its importance to the ...[more]
Tuesday, 10 March 2015
One of an occasional series
A series of new initiatives, programs and buildings have sprung up at America’s colleges and universities.
These come in response to a growing set of expectations for higher education coming from both the academic community and society at large. Driven by technological change and increasingly diverse populations, the academy has risen to meet these expectations with a variety of cross-disciplinary problem-based research efforts, new curricula, novel teaching methods and links to the commercial sector. Increasingly, these new behaviors and programs are being grouped under the banner of ‘Innovation’ and housed in ...[more]
Saturday, 10 January 2015
One of an occasional series
Phased development can be a practical approach to project planning for a number of reasons, including financial, strategic, and operational flexibility.
Building a new facility in rational phases and allowing future occupants to fit out their own spaces is a strategy often used in the commercial development that institutions can adopt.
Many clients know they will need expanded facilities in the future, but cannot determine specific funding streams at planning outset with any certainty. Often, having additional space will open up new program opportunities such as research grants. Building generic core and shell space that can flex in the future allows institutions to react to the ebbs and ...[more]
Monday, 15 December 2014
Shepley Bulfinch principal Jennifer Aliber, AIA, has been elected to the Council of Fellows of the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA). She received the honor in recognition of her leadership in developing and advancing a metrics-based approach to space programming and planning that has elevated the practice of healthcare architecture.
Today, at a time when healthcare costs are under unprecedented scrutiny, her national contributions to the development of accurate space planning metrics are paying off as an essential element in efficient capital project management. She has presented and written widely on ...[more]