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Signing up to the Polish Business Declaration on Sustainable Development


BuroHappold Engineering, along with 20 other companies, has signed the Polish Business Declaration on Sustainable Development.

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Categories: Poland

National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra venue is best cultural building in Poland


The iconic National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra(NOSPR) venue has been singled out for a special award from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage: the best new cultural building in Poland in the “Życie w Architekturze” Awards (Life in Architecture).

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Categories: Poland

Proud to be a principal author of the CIBSE Integrated School Design manual

22/04/2015 Written by Mike Entwisle

BuroHappold Engineering is proud to be a principal author of the CIBSE Integrated School Design manual, which was launched last week in London. Using our experience from over 100 schools, new and...

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Categories: Education - schools & colleges, United Kingdom

Erleen Hatfield speaking at AIA National Convention


Partner and Director of Structural Engineering, Erleen Hatfield will be presenting at the AIA National Convention

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Categories: Sports & Entertainment, United States

BuroHappold to speak at SCUP 2015 North Atlantic Regional Conference


BuroHappold’s Steven Baumgartner, Associate Principal, along with KieranTimberlake and Second Nature will be presenting at 9:45AM Tuesday,...

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Categories: Energy, Higher education, United States

AIA Chicago: Future success; the changing context, business and practice of architecture


The context of the traditional architectural practice is in flux. The extreme advances in technology, dramatic shifts in workplace demographics and a volatile economic environment can bring serious headaches and changes to...

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Categories: United States

Manchester's Whitworth Gallery reopens


Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery (WAG), home to one of the UK’s premium art and design collections, has reopened following an extensive reconfiguration under a 'slow conservation' strategy. Over time the gallery building had...

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Categories: Culture, United Kingdom

Energy Island conversations begin with a bang


Sir Tim Smit, Co-Founder of the Eden Project, on energy independence for Cornwall: "If you were the king of an island dependent on something crucial to your wellbeing that comes from outside your shores, would the...

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Categories: Energy, United Kingdom

Design team announced for Bristol’s new world class arena – Bristol Arena


The mayor of Bristol City Council, George Ferguson, has announced that the Populous Arena Team has won the RIBA international design competition for the Bristol Arena, which will bring a world-class entertainment and sports...

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Categories: Sports & Entertainment, United Kingdom

Success for UK projects in the Civic Trust awards


Three projects delivered by BuroHappold Engineering have been selected as winning entries in the 2015 Civic Trust Awards. The annual awards are given to projects that make an outstanding contribution to the quality and...

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Categories: Civic, United Kingdom

BuroHappold selected to lead UNC Chapel Hill’s Sustainability Strategic Plan


BuroHappold Engineering is pleased to announce that the firm was selected by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) to lead their Sustainability Strategic Planning effort. This work, to be completed in close...

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Categories: Higher education, United States

A celebration of Frei Otto 1925 - 2015

11/03/2015 Written by Mike Cook

The sad news of Frei Otto's death was announced on Monday 9 March. He was due to receive the Pritzker Prize for Architecture in May this year – not that Frei was one for accolades. In my mind he was, and will always be, one of...

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Categories: China, India, Germany, Italy, Nordics, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Warsaw commuters gain second metro line


Warsaw has extended its metro links with the recent opening of  the Dworzec Wileński Station, which is also home to the new line’s largest retail complex. BuroHappold Engineering provided structural engineering and building...

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Categories: Rail, Poland

Pascal 2015 Award win for HVAC work on Polish cultural venue


BuroHappold Engineering has been awarded the inaugural Pascal 2015 Award by the Polish Ventilation Association for their HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) work on the new National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra...

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Categories: Culture, Poland

ARTIC wins OCEC Project of the Year Award

24/02/2015 Written by Jodi Christopher

BuroHappold's recently opened Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) has won the 2014 Project of the Year award from the Orange County Engineering Council (OCEC). The OCEC recognizes the best of the...

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Categories: Transport, United States

BuroHappold leaders selected for ENR's Top 20 under 40


Principal Ariella Maron and associate principal Jeremy Snyder were...

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National 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion wins for outstanding structure


The National September 11th Memorial Museum Pavilion was one of 100 outstanding structures and built environments in New York City to receive an award for Built by Women (BxW NYC), sponsored by the Beverly Willis Architecture...

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