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Success Stories: Hausman Clients in the Press

While 2017 is officially upon us, before we close the books on 2016, we’d like to share some of last month’s editorial success stories. Here’s a select list of Hausman’s architectural and engineering clients in the December press.

Civil Engineering covers one of Arup‘s projects in Mexico City, Torre Reforma

Gluckman Tang‘s Extreme Model Railroad Museum in North Adams, MA made The Architect’s Newspaper

Deryl McKissack of McKissack & McKissack is profiled in Chicago Woman

SNAP (Sweets News and Products) quotes Dillon Kyle of Dillon Kyle Architects

Francis Cauffman is named to Architectural Record‘s list of top 300 architecture firms

Architecture critic Ed Gunts checks out Behnisch Architekten‘s Langsdale Library at the University of Baltimore

Healthcare Design recognizes excellence at Francis Cauffman

e-architect reviews the 2016 highpoints of Kevin Kennon Architects

W Architecture and Landscape Architecture and ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers are featured in Oculus magazine

Medical Dealer taps Francis Cauffman for insight on technology for radiology departments in hospitals

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We’re proud to share some of our clients’ stories that have appeared in the media in September. Next week, in keeping with the frightful nature of October [we refer, of course, to Halloween—not the presidential campaigns] we’ll take a look at tombstones of designers and architects.

Orion Fulton of Arup shares thoughts on creative financing of higher education construction projects in College Planning & Management

A new view of luxury retail design by Kevin Kennon Architects is reviewed in Visual Merchandising & Store Design magazine

Texas Architect editor Aaron Seward pens an insightful profile of Houston architect Dillon Kyle

Deryl McKissack, president of McKissack & McKissack, speaks to The Washingtonian about building the new National Museum of African American Culture and History

Dezeen reports on the new elevated park in Atlanta designed by Rogers Partners

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