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Meet the Summer 2022 Interns

Meet the Summer 2022 Interns

Every year, Shepley Bulfinch welcomes a team of interns to dive into project work across the firm. As their internships come to a close, we asked them what they’ve been working on all summer, why they chose Shepley, and a series of rapid fire questions.  Rapid fire...

Meet Bob Mohr, AIA

Meet Bob Mohr, AIA

Bob Mohr, senior architect, is driven by a belief that architects should always act as responsible members of society and stewards of our planet. His design practice over the past 20 years has spanned the United States and globally, including Europe, North Africa, and...

Student Life Design

Student Life Design

Impacting campus wellnessby Amanda Vigneau, NCIDQ and Kalyn Pavlinic, NCIDQUMASS Amherst | Student Union RenovationAs interior designers, we have the opportunity and responsibility to help students achieve deeper levels of engagement in their learning, social...

Better design with a “brain break”

Better design with a “brain break”

By Scott Mueller, AIA, ACHA and Cathleen Lange, AIA, supported by Jennifer Aliber, FAIA, FACHA, Katie Chambers, AIA, John Malnati, AIA, Kira Rosenbaum, AIA and Andre P. Kamili, AIADuring the design process, there aren’t necessarily opportunities to implement “brain...

The technology balancing act

The technology balancing act

by Derek Noble, AIAUniversity of Notre Dame | Hesburgh Library As our world reopens from COVID isolation, we are entering back into undefined territory – a form of hybrid existence. As architects, in our hybrid, post COVID world, technology is driving design and the...

Developing our Bulfinches

Developing our Bulfinches

At Shepley Bulfinch, we’re a culture that values knowledge transfer and supporting team members’ continuous education. Whether we’re facilitating network introductions or providing tips on exam preparation, we’re always seeking ways to help each other learn and adapt...

Evolving Urban Planning

Evolving Urban Planning

Embracing The Urban Challengeby Joe Herzog, AIACAV | Next Tucson Nearly 60% of Americans live in urban environments and that percentage is rapidly increasing. We are in the middle of an unprecedented age of mass urbanization. Shepley Bulfinch’s Urban Planning and...

Meet Pete Rasmussen, AIA

Meet Pete Rasmussen, AIA

Pete Rasmussen, AIA has a thirst for urban design, community development, and architecture that provides a positive impact to the quality of everyday life. In his six years with Shepley Bulfinch, he has worked on award-wining projects like Lantana Hall at Arizona...

Welcome to the hybrid library

Welcome to the hybrid library

by Kelly Brubaker, AIAVirginia Commonwealth University | Cabell LibraryLibraries have grown to become the intellectual and social hubs of campus, where, prior to March 2020, students, researchers, and faculty gathered to collaborate and connect. Now, almost two years...

Designing for people and planet

Designing for people and planet

by Matt Gifford, AIA and Pete Rasmussen, AIAYale New Haven Hospital | Smilow Cancer HospitalCreating human-centered designs At Shepley Bulfinch, we approach sustainability holistically, evaluating the broad range of elements that the term “sustainability” encompasses...

Modernizing construction conventions

Modernizing construction conventions

by Michelle Mantegna, AIA, EDACAs an industry shifting toward leaner processes and multidisciplinary collaboration, there’s been a need to evolve the process of RFIs, or Requests for Information. At the onset of construction for the Mayo Clinic’s East Expansion, we...

Connecting with indigenous art

Connecting with indigenous art

Cahokia is Arizona’s first Indigenous women-owned art gallery, the nation’s first Indigenous women-led art and SocialTech space and newest physical art gallery in Roosevelt Row. Located on the ground floor of The Link, a thirty-story multi-family residential tower in...