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Nov 11 2019

Hot Off the Press: Hausman’s Clients in the News

From K-12 to cultural institutions, from sustainability to construction data, our clients’ work is always newsworthy. Here’s a select list of recent media coverage.

Catherine Wolfe of Ashley McGraw Architects talks to WROC about the firm’s work innovative work in STEAM classrooms

Ashley McGraw‘s Nicholas Signorelli pens an op-ed for the Rochester Business Journal on how rebuilding schools rejuvenates communities

In ArchNewsNow, Ed McGraw of Ashley McGraw continues his series of essays on abundance in architecture

Beyer Blinder Belle‘s restoration of the Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square is covered by Preservation magazine

New York Real Estate Journal previews FXCollaborative‘s new project for the Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Noted by The Construction Specifier and Real Estate Weekly: CTBUH’s list of the 50 most influential buildings of the last 50 years includes 4 Times Square by FXC

FXC‘s new design for Covenant House breaks ground in midtown and Building Design + Construction is on the scene

University Business checks out a net-zero residence hall at Williams College by PBDW

Rider Levett Bucknall‘s John T. Jozwick writes about resolving construction claims with expedience and intelligence for Claims and Litigation Management magazine

A game-changing project by S9 Architecture, Dock 72, opens in the Brooklyn Navy Yard; Architect, The Architect’s Newspaper, Real Estate Weekly, and GlobeSt report

Solomon Cordwell Buenz‘ new residence hall/academic center for the University of Illinois at Chicago is featured in Building Design + Construction

Contract takes a tour of SCB‘s design for Vital Protein’s Chicago headquarters

In Talking Stick, Jim Curtin of SCB outlines the process of evaluating aging university residence halls for renovation or replacement

South Florida Sun Sentinel scopes out SCB‘s amazing cantilevered swimming pool at its Anaha tower in Honolulu

SCB opens a new Seattle office and Building Design + Construction has the story