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Winners of Changing Course design competition announced


Two years since the competition was launched, Changing Course has announced the three winning teams and shared the far-reaching solutions they’ve developed for the Mississippi River Delta.

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Categories: Water, United States

SeaGlass Carousel Opens in the Battery


Thursday’s opening of the new $16 million SeaGlass Carousel at the Battery

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Categories: Culture, United States

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

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

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

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

BuroHappold Participates in Bike to Work Challenge


May is National Bike Month, and BuroHappold is celebrating the world’s healthiest and most energy efficient mode of transportation. In New York, employees are participating in Transportation Alternatives’ <link...

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Categories: Energy, United States

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

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

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 celebrates the grand opening of ARTIC

09/12/2014 Written by Jodi Christopher

Designed to be one of the first LEED Platinum transit centers in the world, the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) is a world-class transportation gateway rooted in the tradition of grand rail stations yet...

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Categories: Rail, United States

ParkingPLUS design challenge inspires new solutions for suburban downtowns

16/01/2014 Written by Kelli Hardiman

BuroHappold's New York office is excited to be part of the Build a Better Burb ParkingPLUS Design Challenge team, led by Utile and sponsored by the Long Island Index, a project of the Rauch Foundation. As one of...

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Categories: United States

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