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Mentoring the leaders of tomorrow

Mentoring the leaders of tomorrow

by Justin Pelland, AIA, LEED GA For leaders in any organization, it’s important to recognize that the junior staff of today will eventually become the leaders of our organizations tomorrow. Mentorship is an integral way for firm leaders and project teams to support...

Creating inclusive legal institutions

Creating inclusive legal institutions

by Natalie Thurman, AIA Photo credit: University of Houston Law Center When designing the new 178,600 sf John M. O’Quinn Law Building at the University of Houston (UH), we worked closely with the institution’s leadership to create a prominent, top-tier law school...

Designing for life-changing scientific inquiry

Designing for life-changing scientific inquiry

by Jeffery Bottomley AIA Longfellow Real Estate Partners | Triangle 54 After 20 years of working in North Carolina, in 2021 Shepley Bulfinch furthered its commitment to the Research Triangle region with the acquisition of Durham, based PARC design lab. It allowed the...

The forefront of mixed-use development

The forefront of mixed-use development

by Connie Jiang, Jonah Busick, AIA LEED AP and Paul Marquez X Phoenix is a new two-phase, 1.1 million sf mixed-use development in Phoenix’s Central Business District that fosters community engagement for both residents and Phoenix locals. The intensive ground floor...

Generating efficiencies with small healthcare projects

Generating efficiencies with small healthcare projects

by Andrea Hardy, AIA, EDACNorth Shore Physicians Group | Primary Care Practice Rowley We often ask ourselves: how do we know we are making a difference, and how do we develop a lens for learning? Shepley Bulfinch's large-scale healthcare projects, which span from...

Meet Scott Mueller, AIA, ACHA

Meet Scott Mueller, AIA, ACHA

Like many architects, Scott Mueller, AIA, ACHA’s passion for design began with Legos. His creativity has always manifested in building and creating, from tending his garden to designing places for people to heal. Healthcare piqued his interest early in his career, but...

Meet Natalie Thurman, AIA

Meet Natalie Thurman, AIA

Meet Natalie Thurman, AIA, senior architect at Shepley Bulfinch. Growing up, Natalie was surrounded by creativity with her dad’s artistic craft working for a sign and awning company and her mom’s love for home design magazines. Natalie continuously fostered her...

Meet Omar Bailey, AIA

Meet Omar Bailey, AIA

Throughout his career, Omar Bailey, AIA has always been driven by the opportunity to inspire others. After being encouraged by his uncle to explore architecture, Omar went on to receive his Bachelor of Architecture at Virginia Tech University. In 23 years of practice,...

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...

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...