Julie’s arrival coincides with the second phase of federal grant funding to U.S. airports under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. In her new firmwide role, Julie will oversee our airport planning and design services.
Perkins&Will is one of five finalists in the nationwide Artistic Ideas Competition.
The revised plan, first implemented in 2005, incorporates more stringent decarbonization measures, phases out single-use plastics, and recognizes indigenous peoples and local lands.
The annual AIA national awards program celebrates the best of contemporary architecture and the many ways it improves lives.
In a roundtable discussion, Amy Blonder, federal practice chair at Perkins&Will and Emily Grandstaff-Rice, president of the AIA—pictured right—lead a timely dialogue with Chuck Hardy, chief architect of the GSA.