Construction completed on Phase 1 redesign of entry and new 280-seat auditorium
October 13, 2020
KWK Architects, partnered with CannonDesign, has completed a 15-20 year renovation masterplan for the University of Central Missouri’s Elliott Student Union, a 165,000-square-foot social hub affectionately known as the “campus living room.”
A major renovation and addition to a building that’s a part of the Tech Parks Arizona has created additional working space for potential research and development tenants. Aesthetics played a large role in the choice of insulated metal panels from Metl-Span for the addition.
Whitten Architects, a residential architectural firm with a 30-plus year history of excellence in Maine, was awarded last week by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Maine a "Merit Award for Renovation and Adaptive Reuse" of the firm's Sortwell Chandlery project located on the Sheepscot River. Whitten architect Will Fellis led the project.
The Design Revitalizes an Important Public Assembly Building in the Pacific Northwest through Strategic Architectural Interventions
December 20, 2019
LMN Architects celebrated the completion of the Oregon Convention Center renovation and plaza on October 21th, 2019. The design leverages the attributes of the original convention center while incorporating architectural gestures to enhance the existing ballroom, key public spaces, and the exterior plaza.
Located just minutes from the newly renovated and renowned Yankee Stadium, Noonan Towers is a Bronx N.Y. apartment building that maintains an elegant pre-war facade, with a lobby boasting intricate decorative moldings.
Recognition for Access Solution on $100 Million Space Needle Renovation
October 17, 2019
BrandSafway was awarded the 2019 Access Project of the Year – Mast Climbing Work Platforms, Transport Platforms and Hoists at the Access, Lift & Handlers (ALH) Conference in San Diego, California, on September 12, 2019.
Transforming a defunct subterranean movie theater into a bustling restaurant is no easy task. When Sacramento restaurant owner Bob Emerick first saw the underground remnants of the old Crest Theater auditoriums, he knew he had stumbled upon something special.