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    OBD Member Craig Wilkins 2017 National Design Award Winner


     OBD Member Craig Wilkins


    Cooper Hewitt has announced the winners of the 18th National Design Awards. The accolade recognizes design excellence & innovation in 11 categories, and aims to promote design as a vital humanistic tool in shaping the world.

    For All Eleven Winners Read more: https://www.dexigner.com/news/30029

    Design Mind Winner: Craig L. Wilkins Craig L. Wilkins is an architect, academic and author, recognized as one of the country's leading scholars on African Americans in architecture. He is the former director of the Detroit Community Design Center and a lecturer at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Both his creative practice and pedagogy are informed by the long, rich, yet relatively untold stories of people of color in both the physical and symbolic construction of America. At multiple levels across diverse platforms, his award-winning books, chapters, essays and design interventions recover and present the rich social, cultural, political, historical and aesthetic contributions of oft-ignored people and practitioners of color for professional and public engagement.

    Read more: https://www.dexigner.com/news/30029

    CONGRATULATIONS CRAIG!
    You truly deserve this high honor for your scholarly and professional support of African Americans in the design professions. The design professions are still woefully under-represented by designers and architects of color. You have been an energizing and creatively stimulating force for recognition, appreciation and change.

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    Woolpert Tapped for Sinclair Community College Plaza, Pathway, Gateway Design and Renovations


    The projects are valued at more than $1.3 million and are part of a larger effort to make the downtown Dayton campus more unified, welcoming and pedestrian-friendly.

    DAYTON, Ohio (March 17, 2017) — Sinclair Community College has hired Woolpert for two related projects on its Dayton campus, it was announced today.

    The first is a redesign of its Student Services Center Plaza and renovation of the Pedestrian Pathway linking the Student Services Center to the parking garage. The second is design of the North and Central gateways, linking with the pedestrian path.

    The projects will enhance the appearance of the parking deck facades to make it feel more welcoming, and are intended to improve safety and tie together the main parking garage, the new campus buildings and the original campus north of Fourth Street in downtown Dayton.

    The projects, valued at a combined $1.36 million, should better unify the campus, make it more pedestrian-friendly and create more of a traditional campus setting. Design will include elevation changes, drainage rework, sidewalks and paving modifications, lighting and facade enhancements and enriched landscaping.

    Woolpert Project Manager and Landscape Architect Bruce Rankin said these are two of five projects being coordinated as part of a comprehensive effort to redefine the core of the downtown campus, which has an annual enrollment of about 30,000.

    Other projects, which are being conducted by multiple firms, include a new Health Sciences building and surrounding site, a street diet on Fourth Street and other gateways leading into the campus core.

    “These projects will have a positive effect not only on Sinclair, but on this area of the city,” Rankin said. “With Sinclair as highly recognized and engaged as it is in the community, this effort will benefit people throughout the Greater Dayton Area.”

    Woolpert—a national architecture, engineering and geospatial firm headquartered in Dayton—has completed multiple projects at Sinclair’s Dayton and Mason branches, and is working with the community college on technological developments, research and education related to unmanned aerial systems (UAS) or drones.

    The firm’s design for the Student Services Center Plaza and Pedestrian Pathway is underway, and the project expects to break ground in 2018.

    About Woolpert
    Woolpert is a national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm that delivers value to clients by strategically blending engineering excellence with leading-edge technology and geospatial applications. With a dynamic R&D department, Woolpert works with inventive business partners like Google and Esri; operates a fleet of planes, sensors and unmanned aerial systems (UAS); and continually pushes industry boundaries by working with advanced water technologies, asset management, Building Information Modeling (BIM) and sustainable design. Woolpert’s mission is to help its clients progress—and become more progressive. For over 100 years and with 23 offices across the United States, Woolpert serves the needs of federal, state and local governments; private and public companies and universities; energy and transportation departments; and the United States Armed Forces. The firm currently is doing business in all 50 states and in five foreign countries. For more information, visit woolpert.com or call 937-531-1258.


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    (BPRW) Hamilton Anderson Associates Helps Design Historic Woodward Avenue Hudson’s Site

    Minority-owned firm to work on proposed development of Detroit's tallest building


    (Black PR Wire) Hamilton Anderson Associates (HAA), a multi-disciplinary Detroit-based design firm, will help design one of Detroit’s most historic sites, in partnership with New York City-based SHoP Architects. The preliminary design and plans for the site of the former J.L. Hudson’s Department Store (Hudson’s Site) were presented by Bedrock to the Downtown Development Authority (DDA), which approved a timeline for the groundbreaking of the development by December 1, 2017. (Black PR Wire)

    “In its heyday, Hudson’s was a premier destination in the heart of downtown. After the flagship store closed in 1983, the structure would bring back fond memories of a vibrant Detroit,” says Sandra Laux, Project Architect, HAA. “We now have the opportunity to be a part of creating unique, new architecture in one of the few vacant sites downtown.”

    Retail, residential, parking and an experiential destination focusing on technology, arts and culture will be among the amenities for residents and visitors alike. The proposed 52-story building is estimated to include:

  • 250 residential units totaling 441,500 gross square feet


  • A nine-story podium comprised of 733,823 gross square feet of mixed use, commercial, office, technology, arts and culture space


  • Three stories below grade featuring additional commercial space on one level with 700 parking spaces on the other two levels


  • The plans for the new, 52-story, 734-foot transformational development will make it the tallest building in the city. The nine-story podium and residential tower that rises from the podium will total 1.2 million gross square feet and will offer 700 parking spaces underneath the structure. The development will be among the largest construction projects in Detroit in decades and will anchor Woodward Avenue making it the economic engine of the city once again.

    Transformational developments, like Hudson’s, often serve as catalysts for an entire city and region. They attract visitors; create thousands of jobs; are magnets for talent, business and investment; and create a positive ripple effect on the area around them resulting in significant economic impact for the city and its residents.

    The firm’s diversity in background, education and professional experience is blended with solid experience working on projects ranging from small scale city parks, to technologically sophisticated new arts high schools, regional master plans, and multi-billion dollar urban design plans. In addition to the Hudson’s Site, HAA is working on a number of projects to help rebuild and build Detroit’s neighborhoods. Current projects in development include the City Modern Brush Park, The District Detroit, Orleans Landing and HAA’s own neighborhood – Paradise Valley.

    For more information and to keep up with the latest updates on the Hudson’s site development, visit hudsonssitedetroit.com. We are also inviting people to share their Hudson’s memories on the website.

    About Hamilton Anderson Associates (HAA)
    Hamilton Anderson Associates (HAA), founded in Detroit in 1994, is a multi-disciplinary design firm dedicated to improving the built environment through creative, contemporary design. As an Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), HAA’s diverse group of design professionals work collaboratively across multiple disciplines, including architecture, landscape architecture, planning, urban design, strategic planning, interior design, and graphic design to create inspiring, contextually responsive solutions. HAA offers informed perspectives to create compelling, sustainable projects that provide a lasting and positive impact on our communities


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    Woolpert Opens Office in Historic Over-the-Rhine Neighborhood


    Woolpert


    CINCINNATI (Jan. 20, 2017) — Woolpert—a national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm and the largest AEG firm headquartered in Ohio—has opened a new Cincinnati office in Over-the-Rhine (OTR), it was announced today.

    The office will be home to 20-plus full-time architects, engineers, surveyors and support staff, who will work in concert with the firm’s 700 networked employees in 23 offices across the country.

    OTR reflects the Cincinnati office’s intended focus of multidisciplinary projects and adaptive re-use, or bringing new life to once vacant or neglected buildings. The historic district has been undergoing a business and cultural renaissance over the last 15 years and has attracted many design and high-tech startup firms.

    “With Woolpert being a full-service architecture, MEP, structural, civil (engineering) and geospatial company, we excel at multidisciplinary, adaptive re-use projects,” Woolpert Vice President Mike Battles said. “We also are able to leverage these comprehensive services in-house, and back them up with the efficiency of our extensive geospatial/technology side. That combination of assets sets us apart, even in this dynamic setting.”

    Woolpert architect James Dobrozsi added that the firm’s “single source” and “single point of accessibility” for all site development and building projects enables the firm to respond to client needs from feasibility to completion.

    “Woolpert has been part of the development of Southwest Ohio for over 100 years,” Dobrozsi said. “To continue to be a viable force in the design community, it is critical for us to be in the heart of the revitalization in Cincinnati and the OTR community, which is one of the greatest collections of 19th- and early 20th-century architecture in the country.”

    Woolpert was founded in 1911 in Dayton, where its headquarters remain. The Greater Cincinnati Area was home to the firm’s first regional office branch, which opened in 1972.

    The firm continues to grow in the Cincinnati region and across the country. In the last two years, Woolpert experienced a 47 percent growth in sales and 12 percent rise in its workforce.

    In 2016, it was designated as a Great Place to Work, a national program that polls employees based on trust in company leadership, pride in what they do and enjoyment in the company of their co-workers.

    Woolpert’s new Cincinnati office, which was funded by the city of Cincinnati through the Job Creation Tax Credit, will extend its commercial renovation and housing development, higher education, energy, government and aviation services.

    It also will build on long-standing relationships with local firms. Current Cincinnati clients, owners and business partners include the University of Cincinnati, Anderson Birkla, CVG, the city of Cincinnati, Koch Development, Procter & Gamble, Towne Properties, General Electric and Duke Energy.

    “We’ve always been in the business of new and adaptive re-use development in this region, and our brand has been in client development,” Battles said. “The (Jack) Cincinnati Casino is a perfect example of re-use, as is our Riverfront Commons development, work with Newport on the Levee, our conceptual design work with projects like AT580 and the Second National Bank Building in historic districts, stadiums, parking garages, U Square @ the Loop, CVG, Lunken Airport, (etc.)”

    Woolpert President and CEO Scott Cattran added that this move to a new Cincinnati location is in line the company’s mission to help employees and clients progress, and to move forward through forward thinking.

    “Our new Over-the-Rhine location reflects our progressive and innovative approach to architecture, engineering and geospatial services, and provides a hip new location for our talented employees who live in and around the Cincinnati community,” he said.

    Battles wanted to thank the city for bringing the firm downtown, and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) for its assistance in this relocation to OTR.

    Anthony Palazzolo, 3CDC commercial leasing officer, said 3CDC is happy to have an engineering, architecture and design firm like Woolpert not only move to OTR, but also share its address. Woolpert is on the second floor at 1203 Walnut St., while 3CDC is on the third and fourth floors.

    “With projects like 1201 Walnut and our upcoming 15th & Vine office building, we are starting to attract larger office tenants to the area, which continues to fuel the growth of Cincinnati's urban core,” Palazzolo said. “We're excited to welcome Woolpert to Over-the-Rhine.”

    Woolpert’s new Cincinnati office is now open for business.

    About Woolpert
    Woolpert is a national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm that delivers value to clients by strategically blending engineering excellence with leading-edge technology and geospatial applications. With a dynamic R&D department, Woolpert works with inventive business partners like Google; operates a fleet of planes, sensors and unmanned aerial systems (UAS); and continually pushes industry boundaries by working with advanced water technologies, asset management, Building Information Modeling (BIM) and sustainable design. Woolpert’s mission is to help its clients progress—and become more progressive. For over 100 years and with 23 offices across the United States, Woolpert serves the needs of federal, state and local governments; private and public companies and universities; energy and transportation departments; and the United States Armed Forces. The firm currently is doing business in all 50 states and in five foreign countries. For more information, visit woolpert.com or call 937-531-1258.


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    KAI Design & Build Acquires Atlanta Master Planner/Urban Designer Herman H. Howard


    - (ST. LOUIS, MO, May 29, 2013) - KAI Design & Build recently acquired Atlanta, GA-based master planner and urban designer Herman H. Howard of Studio H Urban. Howard will join KAI as Vice-President - Atlanta, Director of Planning and Urban Design. -

    "This strategic step allows KAI to offer planning services nationwide, as well as establish a presence for all existing KAI services within the Atlanta marketplace," said KAI President Michael Kennedy. "More specifically, with the acquisition, we can now offer planning in our other offices in St. Louis and Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio, Texas. Alternately, we can offer all of our existing services to Atlanta such as architecture, MEP engineering, interior design, and project and construction management. Atlanta is a key location because it is not too far from our headquarters in St. Louis and it allows KAI to have a presence in the southeastern portion of the United States. From Atlanta, we can reach all of the surrounding states from South Carolina, Alabama, to northern Florida. This creates a triangle of coverage between Missouri, Texas and Georgia.

    Prior to joining KAI, Howard was the Co-Founding Partner/CEO/President of Studio H Urban. He had previously worked six years in HOK's Atlanta office as Principal of the Aviation & Transportation Group before founding Studio H Urban.

    Howard has a Masters of Architecture in Building Design from Columbia University in New York City and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Southern California. He is currently a professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Architecture and Urban Design Studio, and an Academic Advisor for the Student National Organization of Minority Architects - Atlanta Chapter. He is as member of the National Organization of Minority Architects and Urban Land Institute.

    About KAI Design & Build
    KAI Design & Build is a national 90+ person design and build company headquartered in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. KAI is an emerging leader in providing design and build integrated project delivery solutions through collaboration, technology, processes and expertise. Since its inception in 1980, KAI has been instrumental in reshaping the St. Louis urban environment through housing, K-12 schools, transit facilities, collegiate facilities, commercial facilities, sports and recreation facilities, government/justice facilities and healthcare buildings. Beginning as an architectural design firm, KAI added mechanical/electrical/plumbing engineering to give clients a full package of in-house disciplines for their projects. Today, KAI continues with its original core service - design - and has quickly grown its build group since 2002. Additionally, KAI is a leader in Building Information Modeling (BIM), applying it to architectural, engineering, and construction projects firm-wide. KAI is a member of the National Institute of Building Sciences’ (NIBS) buildingSMART Alliance™, a national committee responsible for developing BIM standards. KAI’s affiliate locations include Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio, Texas. For more information about KAI Design & Build visit www.kai-db.com or phone 314-241-8188.

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    World-Renown Architect Celebrates Completion of His First-Ever Chapel Construction at Xavier University of Louisiana


    - Cesar Pelli to dedicate St. Katharine Drexel Chapel in New Orleans -

    New Orleans (October 1, 2012) – It would be an understatement to suggest that building a free-standing religious chapel on campus has been an elusive dream for most of Xavier University of Louisiana's (XULA) history. That dream is now a reality – and one that exceeds original expectations. That is because world-renowned architect Cesar Pelli is the one who designed and constructed the project. Pelli will join the Archbishop of New Orleans and XULA’s President in officially dedicating the St. Katherine Drexel Chapel in New Orleans October 6, 2012.

    Pelli has designed some of the world’s most famous and tallest buildings. Many are major landmarks and include the Petronas Twin Towers, the World Financial Center complex, Worldway Postal Center in Los Angeles, Kukui Gardens in Hawaii, the US Embassy in Tokyo, Pacific Design Center, Carnegie Hall Tower, the Cleveland Clinic and many more. This, however, is his first chapel construction and first building in the State of Louisiana.

    Xavier University of Louisiana
    “The idea of constructing a building with spiritual purposes is extremely attractive to me,” said Pelli, who himself grew up in a Catholic family. “This building will embody Drexel’s traits of modesty, simplicity and spirituality. It will make you feel totally uplifted.”

    A chapel was actually included in XULA’s founder (then) Mother Katharine Drexel’s original blueprint plans for the campus in the late 1920’s, and it was mentioned as an upcoming project in nearly every university strategic plan for the past 80+ years. However, those plans were always deferred in order to address other essential campus needs such as new classrooms and laboratories, faculty and staff offices, living residences and other student-oriented service facilities.

    “The new chapel and its centrality on campus reinforces Xavier’s historic Catholic identity and its continued commitment to the goals and mission established by Saint Katharine, and will welcome students of all faiths to share in their spiritual development,” said XULA President Dr. Norman C. Francis. “The St. Katharine Drexel Chapel will be a place where the Xavier community can come together to celebrate the Eucharist, enrich its knowledge of the liturgy, foster religious vocations, attend life-altering retreats, participate in ministries of service, and give time and talent to assist the poor.”

    At a cost of more than $10 million [with all funds coming from private sources], the 11,000 square foot structure is situated next to the University’s new pharmacy addition alongside the Interstate-10 Expressway bringing motorists to and from downtown New Orleans.

    The chapel, which seats 450, is contemporary in design, yet the sanctuary's octagonal plan is rooted in traditional religious structures. Raised four feet above the grade, the building is reached by an 80-foot long sloping processional approach. This path is aligned with the original campus quadrangle and the site from which Pope John Paul II spoke in 1987.

    The design connects with the university's tradition of building materials and color. Like the other buildings on campus, the chapel’s exterior is made of limestone. Its domed copper roof, which with time will change into a beautiful green color, has a large cross located strategically at its crest that architect Pelli joked “will be visible from the airport to the river...” adding that “...people will see this cross and know it is the chapel at Xavier University.”

    Inside, the main sanctuary is 65 feet tall, with a ring of skylights which allows natural light to be diffused through a screen and illuminate the sanctuary. Incorporating sustainable strategies related to lighting, landscaping, and materials, the building is expected to attain LEED certification.

    A smaller mediation chapel will be used for daily Mass and for individual reflection. The two worship spaces will be served by common liturgical areas including a narthex, work and vesting sacristies, and a reconciliation room. Pelli, whose firm Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects has designed some of the most famous buildings in the world, including the Petronas twin towers in Malaysia that were once the tallest in the world, expressed excitement at the opportunity to design a house of worship at Xavier.

    Scheduled opening week activities include the official dedication and consecration Mass Saturday, October 6, at 4:00 p.m. with the Most Rev. Gregory Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans, serving as the principal celebrant. Other events include special individual Masses (for alumni, faculty, staff, and students), a city-wide ecumenical service for local religious clergy, on-campus receptions, concerts, and personal tours of the chapel.

    About Xavier
    Xavier University of Louisiana is a private, co-educational institution offering a comprehensive liberal arts program and professional programs, including 38 undergraduate majors, five master’s degree programs and a doctor of pharmacy program. Xavier is the only historically Black, Catholic university in the United States and draws students from 39 states, Washington, D.C., Guam, the Virgin Islands and 7 foreign countries. For more information contact Xavier University of Louisiana, 1 Drexel Drive, New Orleans LA 70125, Phone: 504-520-7568, Fax 504-520-7933.

    Additional Information:
    Richard Tucker,   Laila Morcos
    Xavier University,   Peter Mayer Public Relations
    Director of Communications,   Senior PR Account Executive
    P: (504) 520-5425,   P: (504) 330-1737
    rtucker@xula.edu,   morcosl@peteramayer.com

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Established by Joseph W. Robinson, Sr. in 1970, J. W. Robinson & Associates, Inc. (JWRA) is an architecture / interior design / urban planning firm. Atlanta GA.

Tarlee Walter Brown...
BDG is a multi-disciplinary design firm established in 1975. The firm is headquartered in Metro Atlanta, Georgia. BDG holds professional licenses in 12 states, NCARB, and various local professional certifications.East Point GA.

William Johnson Stanley, III, FAIA...
Stanley Love-Stanley PC. Atlanta GA.

William Shedrick Coleman...
Cowart Coleman's designs are based upon a complex philosophy that has grown from a love and respect for history, nature, science and the art of Architecture. Savannah GA.





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