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Shepley Bulfinch’s Cope Bailey Joins Board of Directors at The Lighthouse of Houston

Monday, 26 September 2016

Long-term supporter of organization serving the blind and visually impaired brings expertise, commitment to role

Shepley Bulfinch's Cope Bailey Joins Board of Directors at The Lighthouse of Houston

HOUSTON – September 26, 2016 – Shepley Bulfinch, a national architecture firm known for design excellence and innovation with offices in Boston, Houston and Phoenix, announced today that Principal Cope Bailey has been invited to join the board of directors of The Lighthouse of Houston, a private, nonprofit education and service center dedicated to assisting blind and visually impaired people ...[more]

New multi-disciplinary science facility at the University of Houston underway

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

innovative new integrated healthcare clinic and multi-disciplinary science facility at the University of Houston

 

The University of Houston’s new Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2 is well underway, and set to be completed in late 2017. The new, multi-disciplinary facility that will feature specialized research space, labs, offices, an expanded library, and an integrated healthcare clinic to serve the University of Houston community as well as surrounding community members. For more information, see the new article in ...[more]

Bryan Jones joins Houston office as director

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Bryan D. Jones, AIAShepley Bulfinch is pleased to welcome healthcare planning and design leader Bryan D. Jones, AIA, LEED AP, as a director in the firm’s Houston office, where he will lead its regional healthcare practice.

“We’re excited to have Bryan leading our healthcare practice in Texas,” said Shepley Bulfinch President Carole Wedge, FAIA, announcing the appointment. “He has a deep knowledge of the Texas healthcare market and is highly regarded for his expertise in resilient facility design.”

Bryan has led the design and delivery of major healthcare projects across Texas, including the Jennie ...[more]

Leap Day: Leap forward for University of Houston

Thursday, 17 March 2016

Univ of Houston Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2In a February 29 ceremony attended by members of the university community, legislative leaders, and donors, the University of Houston marked the start of construction for Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2 (HBSB 2), designed by Shepley Bulfinch and built by Tellepsen Builders.

The building will be home to the UH College of Pharmacy, including the planned UH Center for Drug Discovery and Development; and the University of Houston’s Integrated Care Center, which will provide primary medical and behavioral health services for the underserved in ...[more]

Lab Design profiles facilities at Davidson, U Houston

Monday, 8 June 2015

Univ of Houston Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2Two Shepley Bulfinch academic science and research facilities now underway are featured in the June issue of Lab Design News.

The Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 2 (HBSB 2), which integrates teaching, research, and clinical programs is the second phase of the University of Houston’s development of its biomedical campus. It is scheduled for completion in mid-2017. The Shepley Bulfinch-designed Health and Biomedical Sciences Building 1 was completed in 2013.

In North Carolina, Davidson College’s new academic building is now under construction, with an anticipated completion ...[more]

University of Houston project featured in Texas Architect

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

2013 Houston facade detailThe design thinking behind the facade of the University of Houston’s Health and Biomedical Science Building is “More than skin deep,” as detailed in an online feature in the current issue of Texas Architect.

Speaking with writer Jack Murphy, Shepley Bulfinch architect Luke Voiland discussed the materiality of the facade, including the fritted glass and the articulated precast system that creates a series of shifting patterns of light and shadow as the sun crosses the sky.

The Health and Biomedical Science Building was dedicated earlier this year.

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New biomedical sciences center dedicated in Houston

Monday, 11 February 2013

Healt & Biomedical Sciences BldgThe University of Houston celebrated its broadening impact in health care research and care with the dedication of the Health and Biomedical Sciences Building on February 5.

Speaking at the ceremony, University of Houston president and chancellor Renu Khator noted the center’s role in advancing research and education for the University of Houston, a Carnegie Foundation Tier One Research Institution.

The facility, which houses teaching, research, and clinical facilities, includes the home of the Texas Institute for Measurement Evaluation and Statistics and the Molly and Doug Barnes Vision Institute, which ...[more]

Milestone for University of Houston project

Monday, 12 September 2011

A “topping out” ceremony on September 9 marked the symbolic installation of the last piece of structural steel for the Health and Biomedical Sciences Center at the University of Houston, which will feature the College of Optometry’s Vision Institute. In keeping with tradition, a small tree and a flag were attached to the steel beam, which bears the signatures of those involved in the project from the university and the design and construction team. Dr Earl Smith, dean of the UH College of Optometry spoke at ...[more]