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University Business: Duke Link and collaborative study

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

“Collaboration Station,” a feature in the May 2011 issue of University Business magazine, discusses the design of collaborative study spaces in higher education. Ed Gomes of Duke University talks about the Duke Link, the interactive teaching and learning space designed by Shepley Bulfinch which opened in 2008, noting that the project “was about creating an atmosphere in which people can experiment.”

Since the Link opened in 2008 it has attracted significant attention from institutions of higher education and architects across the US. Ed Gomes discussed the Link’s creation in a ...[more]

The 21st century academic library building

26 June 2011

American Library Association 2011 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA


Geothermal Energy System for Healthcare: A Case Study for Sustainability

24 October 2006

Symposium on Healthcare Design (HFSE) - Chicago, IL

Jonathan Gyory presenting with KJWW Engineering and Boldt Consulting Services

Urban mixed-use complex takes home honors

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Latitude, the mixed-use residential project designed by Shepley Bulfinch for CA Ventures and the Argent Group in Lincoln, Nebraska, was honored by the Downtown Lincoln Association (DLA) at its annual meeting in October, taking home the association’s 2015 Residential Development Innovation Award. The DLA Impact Awards recognize businesses or individuals that have made a significant contribution to downtown Lincoln.

Latitude infuses Lincoln’s downtown with new life, filling an unmet demand for quality housing and transforming a vacant block near the University of Nebraska campus into a residential complex that supports a dynamic young population.

CA Ventures, Argent, and Shepley Bulfinch worked closely with city officials on the redevelopment of this underutilized parcel, ...[more]

Transforming medical education and healthcare delivery for Africa

Monday, 5 October 2015

View of campus - detailIn the tranquil, majestic landscape of rural northern Rwanda, an ambitious vision is beginning to take shape that promises to transform medical education, research, and treatment in resource-poor settings.

Design is now underway for the first phase of the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) campus in Butaro, giving form to the vision that Paul Farmer and Partners In Health have advanced for three decades. Building on that experience and leveraging the unique expertise of Rwanda’s health sector, UGHE will train the next generation of global health leaders from ...[more]

Transforming rehabilitation medicine and education in Haiti

14 November 2011

Healthcare Design 2011, Nashville, TN

Jay Verspyck AIA, Shepley Bulfinch
Koji Nakashima MD, Partners In Health
Andree LeRoy MD, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

One step closer: Construction start for Haitian rehabilitation hospital, education center

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Two months before the second anniversary of Haiti’s devastating January 2010 earthquake, the vision of a dignified and productive life for Haitians living with disabilities reached a major milestone this week as construction began on the Center for Rehabilitation and Excellence in St. Marc.

When it opens next year, the 6700 sf facility will transform immediate and long-term delivery of rehabilitation services in central Haiti while dignifying and normalizing the daily lives of people living with disabilities. The center will establish new national standards for rehabilitative care in ...[more]

Work starts for Illinois Wesleyan academic building

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Bloomington, IL – Site preparation is now underway at Illinois Wesleyan for the newest addition to the university’s main quad: a technology-rich classroom building with a wide array of classroom, study, and social spaces.

Sustainability is the watchword from project outset, as construction waste and debris from the site is recycled. The brick-clad building will be highly energy-efficient, with generous use of natural light and a geothermal field below.

The new classroom building is Shepley Bulfinch’s third project on the Illinois Wesleyan campus, following the Ames Library, which opened in ...[more]