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Ray is a principal and a Science + Technology leader for the Texas region. He has extensive background in research and development facilities design in public and private sectors and is nationally recognized for his work in high-containment facility design. Ray is a member of the International BSL-4 Users Group and has presented the UTMB/BSL-4 laboratory project in conjunction with the scientific meeting "Protection Against Microbial Threats" held at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. He has also presented related topics regarding biocontainment design at national conferences including the American Biological Safety Association, Laboratory Design and Tradeline. Ray served as a contributor for the recently published CDC/NIH 5th Edition of Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories (BMBL), which has become the "cornerstone of biosafety practice and policy" in the United States since its first publication in 1984.
Don is a Managing Principal for Perkins+Will’s Corporate, Commercial, and Civic practice, directing projects for leading corporate and institutional clients worldwide. With over 20 years of...
Laurie Butler, a senior project manager in the New York office, brings extensive experience in large-scale commercial, institutional, and mixed-use building types as well as in master planning, both...
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Proactively addressing future workplace needs, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) developed a long term housing strategy focused on additional space needs and growing staff requirements. NRC...
With over 25 years of experience to date, Jane Cameron joined Perkins+Will in 2006 and has led small and large project teams on international and domestic work for high-rise office, multi-family...
Galveston National Laboratory
The Galveston National Laboratory (GNL) is one of only two facilities funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases that serves as part of a national biodefense network. This...
Ed leads the firm’s Science + Technology practice and is based in our Houston office. Ed’s 30 year career has focused on the design of complicated environments, beginning with the International Space Station while working at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Allowing scientists to reach their goals by designing environments that are efficient, sustainable and enjoyable is his passion. Ed’s areas of expertise include engineering and innovation spaces, biocontainment labs, biomedical research and vivariums. Clients include the federal government, private research institutes and major universities. Ed has been responsible for the design of more than 700,000 square feet of vivarium in the past ten years. His experience also includes the design of BSL-3 and BSL-4 biocontainment labs. Ed’s significant portfolio of design and programming work for Colleges of Engineering, includes projects at major universities including Texas A&M, Baylor, University of California - San Diego and Louisiana State University.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
The mission of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is to eliminate discrimination from the workplace. Fairness, diversity and respect are key principles of the organization's cultural values. For its new offices, the EEOC desired a design that strikes a balance between the serious nature of its mission and the exuberance of its culture. Another significant challenge facing the EEOC is the retention and attraction of employees.
Calexico West Land Port of Entry
Paired with Mexicali MX just south of the border, the Calexico Port of Entry architecture, landscape, and infrastructure are predestined to convene as an intersection of the specific environment, rich culture, and civic pride – aspiring to the highest level of design innovation and creativity. The port will be successful if it can be at once bold and ordinary, authentic without being unique or novel, and refreshingly simple in appearance but extremely complex in content and meaning.
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