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Science + Technology
Today’s research environments – whether corporate, institutional, or academic – are competitive venues for the brightest minds...
Science + Technology Planning
Grounded by our knowledge of how research facilities are impacted by today's economic, regulatory and cultural climate, our lab planners enable innovation that helps to support and energize scientific...
Gary is a Principal and Regional Science + Technology leader in our Boston office with a diverse educational background including life sciences, architecture and engineering. His multi-disciplinary training enables him to connect with research clients and effectively plan innovative research environments that inspire researchers while giving them uniquely-effective facilities that enable every aspect of the discovery process.
As Science+Technology Practice Leader for our San Francisco office, David has led design and construction project teams through the visioning, programming, planning, design, management, and delivery o...
Signer Harris Architects Joins Perkins+Will’s Boston Office
Today Signer Harris Architects, among the city's top design firms serving the biotechnology industry, is joining Perkins+Will in a move that will create one of the deepest science and technology practices in the Northeast.
Perkins+Will Chicago Celebrates Promotions, Welcomes New Hires
Committed to innovation and responding to clients’ needs, the Chicago office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will is pleased to announce its newest promotions and the addition of key hu...
Architecture is the cornerstone of Perkins+Will's global interdisciplinary design practice...
As Managing Principal, Bridget Lesniak leads interdisciplinary project teams to achieve clients’ business goals on time and on budget...
With nearly 20 years of experience, Rachel Lee has established an expertise in complex Science + Technology projects for top-tier research institutions, applying strong managerial, lab planning, desig...
Buck Institute for Research on Aging
Set on a hilltop in Novato with spectacular views of the Bay Area, this new 64,000 GSF CIRM-funded project designed by Perkins+Will integrates and expands the Buck Institute’s stem-cell research program to achieve increased breadth and depth of expertise in the application of stem-cell biology and technology to the study of aging and age-related diseases.
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