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Ashley McGraw Architects Names New Associate Principal

Ashley McGraw Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of Daniel Donovan AIA, LEED AP, BD+C to Associate Principal. “I’m looking forward to playing an expanded role on our team,” said Donovan. “Ashley McGraw has always been invested in the progressive practice of architecture, including sustainability, design, and project management. It gives us—and in turn our clients—an edge on delivering work that surpasses expectations.”

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Burns & McDonnell Hires Industry Leader to Expand Architecture Services in Texas

Bryan Floth joins Burns & McDonnell in Texas to help grow the firm’s architecture capabilities and lead integrated design-build projects. Throughout his nearly three-decade career, Floth has partnered with clients to design and implement complex higher education, commercial, industrial, institutional and mission-critical facilities across the U.S.

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“A Bridge Home” project to assist transition to long-term housing in Los Angeles

ULI held intensive charrettes with three architecture firms (DLR Group, Studio One Eleven and JFAK Architects) and with three landscape architecture firms (EPT Design, Relm and SWA).  The teams focused on solving three site challenges: a 50-bed site; a 100-bed site; and a 150-bed site. In addition, ULI Los Angeles is collaborating with CBRE and Gensler to identify sites for the 50/100/150 bed needs and a list of all sites in each City Council district which are owned by the Federal, State, County or City governments. ULI will then work with the City Council members (at their request) to determine the best sites in their districts.

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Two Stantec projects shortlisted for the 2018 World Architecture Festival

The shortlist of projects for the 2018 World Architecture Festival (WAF) were recently announced and two Stantec Architecture projects—Cambridge Memorial Hospital Redevelopment and the University of Lethbridge Science and Academic Building (designed with KPMB Architects) have been selected for presentation from more than 1,100 entries representing 81 countries.

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SweisKloss design and construct firm unveils new name and brand identity

“I started the firm as an architecture firm. Shortly thereafter, we decided architecture was not enough so we became an architecture and interior design firm. Several years went by and we decided to do construction as well so we could build our projects the way they were meant to be built. This takes a lot of pressure off our clients and allows us to manage the process,” said Sweis. The new name and brand identity aligns with the firm’s dedication to breaking the boundaries between architecture, design and construction management.

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How Vancouver Greened its Waterfront

The Vancouver Convention Centre West holistically integrates a metropolitan downtown with one of the most spectacular natural ecosystems in North America. Completed in 2009, and certified as the world’s first LEED Platinum convention center (and recently becoming the world’s first double LEED Platinum convention center following LEED Platinum certification for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance, v.4), the project weaves together architecture, interiors, urban design, and landscape in a unified piece of the urban fabric that functions literally as a living part of both the city and the harbor.

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Guide to Green Building – Product of the Week

The YUW 750 TU is a thermally broken, unitized curtain wall that delivers a high level of design versatility and performance, regardless of climate or location. In addition to the fast, easy installation benefits of being unitized, it offers design freedom with options for a 2 1/2 inch captured frame or a 4-sided structural silicone glazed frame with zero sightline for a modern look. Sustainable performance is achieved with a U-value of 0.41 Btu/hr ft2 oF or less. Additionally, the YUW 750 TU easily interfaces with sun shades to yield greater performance. Visit ykkap.com to learn more.

The YUW 750 TU is a thermally broken, unitized curtain wall that delivers a high level of design versatility and performance, regardless of climate or location. In addition to the fast, easy installation benefits of being unitized, it offers design freedom with options for a 2 1/2 inch captured frame or a 4-sided structural silicone glazed frame with zero sightline for a modern look. Sustainable performance is achieved with a U-value of 0.41 Btu/hr ft2 oF or less. Additionally, the YUW 750 TU easily interfaces with sun shades to yield greater performance. Visit ykkap.com to learn more.

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