Tuesday, 11 October 2016
Satisfying the recently updated U.S. Pharmacopeial Compounding Compendium Convention regulations – more frequently known as USP 797 – can be a daunting task for healthcare facilities. At the New England Healthcare Engineers’ Society Annual Fall Conference, one of our architects noted that out of the dozens health facility representatives present at the USP 797/800 lecture, only a handful were confident that their pharmacies met upcoming USP 800 standards. After witnessing all of the apprehension, we decided to shed some light on the situation.
What are USP 797 and USP 800?
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, 19 April 2011
Shepley Bulfinch has been selected for honors in the Diversity Recognition Program of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for its work in fostering a diverse culture in its practice.
The firm, one of three to be so recognized, will be honored formally at the 2011 AIA National Convention in New Orleans next month for its effort, titled “Forging a Diverse Culture.”
“This is such a tremendous honor for everyone at Shepley,” said President Carole Wedge, FAIA, LEED AP. “It acknowledges the fulfillment of a vision and a commitment first made 25 years ...[more]
Friday, 13 November 2009
The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) announced today that Shepley Bulfinch president Carole Wedge, FAIA, LEED AP has been elected to a term as a director-at-large on the BSA board of directors.
A long-standing leader in Boston’s design community, Carole chaired the BSA host committee for the 2008 national convention of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 2008. She has served on the BSA’s ethics committee since 2007. At the national level, Carole is a member of the AIA Large Firm Roundtable and the AIA Strategic Directions Task Force. She has been president of Shepley Bulfinch since 2004.
Other election results included: Audrey O’Hagan AIA as BSA vice-president/ president-elect; and Laura ...[more]
Thursday, 30 April 2009
Shepley Bulfinch was one of 30 charter firms to sign up for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2030 Commitment Program, which was launched today at the AIA National Convention in San Francisco. The national initiative targets carbon neutrality in the built environment.
Shepley Bulfinch and other firms are working with the AIA to address the fact that buildings are the largest single contributor to the production of greenhouse gases. The AIA 2030 Commitment’s signatories make a pledge, develop multi-year action plans, and implement steps to advance the AIA’s goal of carbon neutral buildings by the year 2030.
Being among the first firms to sign up for the AIA 2030 Commitment is ...[more]
Monday, 19 May 2008
BOSTON, MA – Shepley Bulfinch president Carole Wedge was formally inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in an investiture ceremony held at the historic Old South Church in Boston on May 16 as part of the AIA’s national convention.
A member of Shepley Bulfinch since 1986, she was elected its president in 2004. Throughout her career she has sought to transform organizations by challenging them to face issues with clarity, frankness, and commitment.
As a leader, mentor, and advocate, she is committed to making the architectural profession relevant to future generations. She has spoken and written widely, and is active in the AIA, serving as a ...[more]
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]