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Chicago Office of Perkins+Will Names New Leaders in Higher Education, Science + Technology
The Chicago office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will announces the appointment of leaders widely recognized for their experience and extensive project work in the Higher Education...
Auburn University, Center for Advanced Science Innovation and Commerce (CASIC)
The Center for Advanced Science Innovation and Commerce (CASIC) is a dynamic resource that significantly enhances Auburn University’s research enterprise. It is the center for high-priority research...
David serves as the director of operations of our North Carolina practice in our Research Triangle Park office, sets strategy for growth and marketing pursuits and is managing principal and project...
Ohlone College, Newark Center for Health Sciences and Technology
Our master plan for the Newark Center was developed with ambitious sustainable objectives and is based on the paradigm of advanced technology within an ecologically sustainable setting. The district's goal was to create a healthy and innovative learning environment where students, faculty, and staff could explore new teaching and learning methodologies. Our challenge was to design a facility that would enhance learning, anticipate new directions in education, provide flexibility for growth and change, and become a model of energy efficiency.
Perkins+Will provided programing, design-engineering, and construction administration services for this tenant build-out. Takeda is the principal tenant of the building, fully occupying floors 2...
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.
Perkins+Will's CREATE Project Wins Lab of the Year
The Perkins+Will-designed Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE) in Singapore has been named Laboratory of the Year by R&D Magazine . Now in its 47th year, the...
Bayer CropScience acquired the former Affymetrix silicon chip manufacturing facility with the goal of converting it into a global center for agricultural research and development. Perkins+Will...
Memphis Bioworks Foundation
The Memphis Bioworks Foundation's UT-Baptist Research Park is a four-phase, 1,000,000+ square foot research complex and vivarium on a 5-acre urban site at the center of the Memphis Medical District. We provided a master plan that engages the life of the district creating an attractive, collaborative, healthy urban environment that enriches the quality of life for both researchers and the public at large.
Perkins + Will Boston Wins 7 Awards for Academic, Science, Medical and Highly Sustainable Design Projects
The Boston office of Perkins+Will recently won five Boston Society of Architects (BSA) awards in the third annual BSA Design Awards, as well as two others for its work in lab and healthcare design...
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