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Jessica Figenholtz Joins Chicago Office of Perkins+Will as Director of Higher Education Planning
The Chicago office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will announces the addition of a new Director of Higher Education Planning. Jessica Figenholtz , who assumed her new role June 9,...
Perkins+Will Ranked #1 in Higher Education by Architectural Record
Perkins+Will is leading the higher education sector with their extensive portfolio of recent work. Architectural Record reports , “Construction activity in the higher-education sector is beginning to...
Higher Education Interiors
We create interiors to foster learning and encourage exploration. We understand the needs of different aspects of student life: quiet spaces for focused work, technologically integrated classrooms...
Oregon University System, Life Sciences Collaborative Building
Subsequent to our master planning work for the Schnitzer Campus of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Perkins+Will was engaged to develop an initial program and conceptual design for the Life Sciences Collaborative Building. This interdisciplinary facility is a shared vision of the Oregon University System and OHSU, and it is the initial phase establishing the Schnitzer campus as a life and health sciences education center in the South Waterfront district of Portland, Oregon.
John Long is the higher education market sector leader for the San Francisco office. With over 25 years of experience, his innovative work on educational facilities has included campus master planning, programming, feasibility studies and detailed design for new construction and adaptive reuse building projects. His inventive, strategic approach and commitment to a collaborative process seeks and explores exceptional ideas and resonant solutions.
Jana is a Senior Associate and Higher Education Practice Leader for the Vancouver office of Perkins+Will. Having recently completed work on the Earth Sciences Building (ESB) at the University of British Columbia (UBC), she has gained extensive knowledge in solid wood construction and innovative wood solutions. Completed in 2012, the ESB is a five-storey, 160,000-square-foot lab, classroom and office building that is the largest panelized wood building in North America, raising the bar for the use of wood in large-scale, high-performance projects.
Andrew is a principal and Design Director for the three Ontario studios; Dundas, Toronto and Ottawa. He has been the principal designer on many of the firm's recent academic and civic projects, including: the award-winning Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre at University of Toronto, the Engineering V Building at the University of Waterloo and the University of Guelph's Engineering Complex.
Bryan Schabel joined Perkins+Will in 1995 and works on a variety of education, research, development, corporate, and residential projects. His experience with a broad range of markets, clients, and...
Erik is a recognized design leader with 23 years of experience conceiving projects and places in urban and campus contexts with a focus on meaningful place making and the transformative potential of...
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