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To find out more about how we’re changing the world in which we live, work and play, browse our archive of news stories and research below. You can filter the list to see just what you’re after, and if you need to know more contact a member of our press team or email us at

BuroHappold projects shortlisted in The Structural Awards 2015


Three BuroHappold projects have been recognized by the Institution of Structural Engineers

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Categories: Culture, United States, Poland

Emir Pekdemir to speak at AIA Chicago

30/07/2015 Written by Jodi Christopher

Emir Pekdemir, Energy Analyst in BuroHappold's Chicago office, will speak as part of the //chicago computation group with Hans Michel from Kirkegaard...

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Categories: United States

Desire Lines: Romance and Rationalism in Bridge Design


BuroHappold Engineering hosts hands-on bridge exhibition ‘Desire Lines: Romance and Rationalism in Bridge Design’

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Categories: United Kingdom

Burntwood School to compete for RIBA Stirling Prize


Burntwood School, Wandsworth has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2015

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Categories: Awards, Education - schools & colleges, United Kingdom

Research into the future of university spaces

20/07/2015 Written by Lucy Warren Meeks

BuroHappold Engineering is undertaking an in-depth study into how the quality of university estates impacts on their ability to attract and retain students

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Categories: Higher education, United Kingdom

Whitworth Gallery shortlisted for RIBA Stirling Prize

16/07/2015 Written by Stephen Jolly

The Royal Institute of British Architects have revealed that the Whitworth Gallery will compete for the 2015 Stirling Prize

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Make Way for Lower Manhattan


This week, Manhattan's Community Board 1 (which represents residents in Lower Manhattan) passed a unanimous resolution in support of continuing a study spearheaded by BuroHappold Engineering that focuses on mobility issues in...

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Categories: United States

A Sustainability Framework With First Class Honours


Cambridge University’s brutalist icon, the David Attenborough Building, is being refurbished and reinvented into a collaborative and dynamic space.

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Categories: Higher education

Team announced to design a new bridge in central Copenhagen

08/07/2015 Written by Gill Sincock

BuroHappold is part of a team chosen to design a pedestrian and cycle bridge across Copenhagen’s Inner Harbour

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BuroHappold contributes to the latest report from the Aldersgate Group

07/07/2015 Written by Duncan Price

Duncan Price, Director Sustainability at BuroHappold contributes to the latest report from the Aldersgate Group 'A Brighter, More Secure Future: Low carbon priorities for the new government.'  

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Categories: United Kingdom

Competition win: Grossmarkthalle Munich

07/07/2015 Written by Moritz Lembke-Özer

BuroHappold, together with Ackermann Architekten BDA, has won the design competition for the new Großmarkthalle in Munich.

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Categories: Germany

BuroHappold at SCUP-50 in Chicago

30/06/2015 Written by Silvia Themudo

Find BuroHappold at SCUP-50 for convenings, cocktails and presentations! Monday, July 13, 9:30am: Business Development Director, Silvia Themudo convening “From Vision to Reality: Creating the...

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Categories: Higher education, United States

Denver office tower at 1144 Fifteenth celebrates groundbreaking

26/06/2015 Written by Jodi Christopher

BuroHappold Engineering is excited to announce a groundbreaking ceremony was held June 9th celebrating the start of construction of 1144 Fifteenth, a new 662,000ft2

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Categories: Commercial office, United States

BuroHappold lighting team receives 2015 Lumen Award


BuroHappold Engineering lighting designers Gabe Guilliams and Pei-Chun Yang received a 2015 Lumen Award

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Categories: Higher education, United States

BuroHappold Engineering takes the lead in health and productivity in buildings

18/06/2015 Written by Katarzyna Chwalbińska-Kusek

A White Paper “Health and Productivity in Sustainable Buildings” has been launched in Warsaw. The document aims to encourage companies to explore the real influence buildings have on employees that work in them

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Categories: Poland

Sal Rachiele elected as president of ASPE NYC Chapter


BuroHappold Engineering is excited to announce that associate principal Sal Rachiele, plumbing and fire protection team leader in the New York office, will be the 2015-2017 President of the New York City chapter of the <link...

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Categories: United States

Cornell Tech to be world’s first passive house residential high-rise


Cornell Tech announced today that its 270 foot tall residential tower on Roosevelt Island in New York City will become the first high rise residential building in the world built to Passive House standards. BuroHappo

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Categories: Higher education, United States

BuroHappold acknowledged as global leader in sustainable design


BuroHappold Engineering is excited to be part of the design team acknowledged as a global leader in the development of sustainable and resilient solutions for our work on

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Categories: Healthcare, Energy, United States

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