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Phil has more than 20 years of experience designing buildings in the sports and recreation sector. He provides specialized aquatics and sport expertise ranging from programming input to direction on quality control, coordination and construction review. His ability not only to understand the conceptual challenges but also to resolve detailed site issues enables Phil to be a key member of the team from start to finish. Phil has attained a Certified Pool Operator (CPO) designation, is a member of the provincial parks and recreation association and has lectured on pool design and aquatic design.
University of Oregon, Matthew Knight Arena
The University of Oregon's Matthew Knight Arena is a facility planned as a state-of-the art, world-class intercollegiate basketball arena...
Architecture is the cornerstone of Perkins+Will's global interdisciplinary design practice...
Bruce Toman serves as Technical Principal of Perkins+Will’s Chicago office and is the co-chair of the firm’s Excellence in Execution initiative for technical standards...
Don is a Managing Principal for Perkins+Will’s Corporate, Commercial, and Civic practice, directing projects for leading corporate and institutional clients worldwide...
Matthew Knight Arena Wins IIDA Gold Award
University of Oregon's Matthew Knight Arena won the Gold Award, Sports & Recreation category, at IIDA's Mid-America Design Awards. The judges remarks spoke to the successful integration of the Oregon brand and colors throughout the building. The Perkins+Will Branded Environments discipline provided brand experience, interior architecture, environmental graphics and wayfinding signage expertise to the project, working in conjunction with the development and architectural team of JMI Sports, TVA Architects and Ellerbe Becket.
As Managing Director, D'Arcy is responsible for the strategic, management and financial leadership of the three Ontario studios; Dundas, Toronto and Ottawa...
Perkins+Will Canada launches today as a unified national practice. The launch sees Ottawa and Hamilton ( Dundas )-based Vermeulen Hind Architects, one of Canada’s leading healthcare architectural firms, merge with Shore Tilbe Perkins+Will, celebrated for its focus on civic and recreation architecture, and Vancouver-based Busby Perkins+Will, widely regarded as one of North America’s leading green practices.
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.
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