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Changing Medical Education Curriculums are Requiring a New Architectural Response
Since 2006, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has advocated that US medical schools expand their capacity and train more doctors. After speaking with leaders from several American medical schools, Perkins+Will has found that each school is in the process of expanding their enrollment but is also addressing the issue of recruiting and retaining current student enrollment numbers.
Perkins+Will Chicago Celebrates Promotions, Welcomes New Hires
Committed to innovation and responding to clients’ needs, the Chicago office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will is pleased to announce its newest promotions and the addition of key...
With over 19 years of experience, Jason is an integral leader in the Science + Technology and Higher Education markets. His skills and expertise in laboratory planning and design, along with managing...
As Managing Principal, Bridget Lesniak leads interdisciplinary project teams to achieve clients’ business goals on time and on budget. She tailors the project process, leverages firm resources and...
Douglas A. Smith Joins Perkins+Will As Managing Principal
The Chicago office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will announces that Douglas A. Smith , AIA, AICP, is joining the firm as a Managing Principal. With more than 30 years of experience...
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,...
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 prides itself in the quality of the firms projects in China. We have been delivering successful projects for a wide variety of commercial, cultural, educational and institutional clients across China for three decades. Our focus on issues of sustainability and social contribution in our work set us apart and is in line with China’s development ambitions. Our practice is invested in China and we see our role as helping to forge quality projects and better environments for our client and the various communities they serve.
Join Perkins+Will at Events in June 2014
Perkins+Will experts are on this move this month sharing their expertise on LEED Version 4, Resiliency, the Office of the Future, Transit Oriented Development, Rethinking the Medical Campus, and Net...
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