College Planning & Management

JUN 2013

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2013 education n d i n g showcase c o u t s t A design A r c h i t e tur e + design in educAtion index of architects Founded in 1960, Hastings+Chivetta has successfully worked on over 180 collegiate campuses in 38 states. More than 80 percent of our work is from repeat clients who engage our architecture, planning, interiors and infrastructure engineering services for multiple projects. Hastings + Chivetta Architects www.hastingschivetta.com 622 Emerson Rd., Ste. 200 St. Louis, MO 63141 314.863.5717 See page E19 Moseley Architects is among the mid-Atlantic's most trusted public sector architects, offering exceptional design to educational, civic and correctional clients. Over their 40-year history, the frm has earned a reputation for quality, reliability and responsiveness. Committed to high-performance design, Moseley Architects is a recognized pioneer of LEED strategies and practices. Moseley Architects www.moseleyarchitects.com 780 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Ste. 200 Virginia Beach, VA 23452 757.368.2800 See page E18 At SHW, we believe in the profound impact education has on an individual's life and society as a whole. In support of this belief, SHW Group is dedicated to designing environments that inspire, support and promote the discovery and exchange of knowledge through our commitment to learning, stewardship and craft. In short, we make a difference through design. Since its founding in 1969, HMFH Architects, Inc. has established a national reputation for design excellence. By its distinguished range of award-winning work — from renovated urban buildings to new rural campuses — HMFH is recognized as a leader in the design of innovative learning environments. HMFH Architects, Inc. 130 Bishop Allen Dr. Cambridge, MA 02139 www.hmfh.com 617.492.2200 See page E6 KSQ is a full-service architectural frm providing planning, programming, architectural and interior design services. We combine a national design reputation with a personal hands-on approach. This approach — study/collaborate/design — is based on developing a close relationship with our clients. KSQ Architects www.ksqarchitects.com 406 S. Boulder Ave., Ste. 500 918.592.0622 Tulsa, OK 74103 See page E17 E24 EDUCATION DESIGN SHOWCASE Perkins + Will www.perkinswill.com 225 Franklin St., Ste. 1100 617.478.0300 Boston, MA 02110 See page E21 SchenkelShultz, a full-service architectural frm, is at the forefront of educational design, having designed more than 50 million square feet of educational facilities. With nine offces nationwide with locations in Florida, North Carolina and Indiana, SchenkelShultz specializes in education, justice, aviation and commercial designs. SchenkelShultz Architecture www.schenkelshultz.com 200 E. Robinson St., Ste. 300 407.872.3322 Orlando, FL 32801 See page E8 20 E. Greenway Plaza, Ste. 200 Houston, TX 77046 www.shwgroup.com 713.548.5700 See page E10 11415 Isaac Newton Sq. Reston, VA 20190 We are an international architecture frm with 22 offces worldwide. Innovative living/learning environments have been the cornerstone of our practice for over 70 years. We are committed to sustainable design, and to creating buildings and spaces that make lasting contributions to their communities. SHW Group LLP 571.521.7510 See page E11 2338 Coolidge, Ste. 100 Berkley, MI 48072 248.336.4700 See pages E20, E22 TMP Architecture, a Bloomfeld Hills, Mich.-based frm, was established in 1959 with a focus in educational facility design. We are one of the preeminent educational design frms nationwide with expertise in sports/recreation, performing arts, library and science/research facilities. TMP Architecture, Inc. www.tmp-architecture.com 1191 W. Square Lake Rd. 248.338.4561 Bloomfeld Hills, MI 48302 See page E7, E13

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