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Hausman Clients in the Press: April 2017

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The hits—in the media—just keep on coming for Hausman clients! Here’s a select list of articles that appeared in the month of April.

The New York Times  reports on Arup‘s improvements to a pedestrian bridge in Brooklyn

Arup weighs in on the viability of a self-printing skyscraper in Forbes

Building Design + Construction covers the Chrysalis concert pavilion, engineered by Arup; e-architect takes a look, too

The Oregon Business Journal does a deep dive into the design tech used by Behnisch Architekten in its new School of Business Administration at PSU

Portland Business Journal features Behnisch Architekten‘s design for Portland State University

The North American headquarters of Biotrial by Francis Cauffman appears in Architecture Lab

Gluckman Tang‘s design for the Prado is featured by Inexhibit

ArchDaily announces the Global Contemporary Art Museum by Gluckman Tang wins a 2017 American Architecture Award

Behind the Hedges reports that Gluckman Tang‘s pavilion housing the work of Walter De Maria has won an Architizer A+ award

Museums designed by Gluckman Tang are the focus of Architectural Digest‘s look at North Adams, MA

ArchDaily breaks the news that Gluckman Tang is a finalist for the Telluride Arts Center project

Fred Bernstein covers the Walter De Maria pavilion by Gluckman Tang for Interior Design magazine

Gluckman Tang‘s Walter De Maria project wins a 2017 AIANY award

Construction Dive talks with McKissack & McKissack‘s Charles Yetter about complex project management

Curbed Chicago takes a look—and another look—at 166 North Aberdeen by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Solomon Cordwell Buenz transforms a historic Sears and Roebuck facility into apartments, reports The Architect’s Newspaper

The Chicago Maroon previews a new 28-story tower by Solomon Cordwell Buenz

On Michigan Avenue, Solomon Cordwell Buenz is set to break ground on a 47-story residential building, according to Construction Dive

Live Trading News announces a 25-story condo in Palm Beaches, Florida by Solomon Cordwell Buenz has secured construction financing

Hausman Clients in the Press: January 2017

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The new year is off to a great start for Hausman, and we’d like to share some of last month’s editorial success stories! Here’s a select list of our architectural and engineering clients featured in the media during January.

The Arup-engineered Second Avenue Subway made headlines in Wired and in Wallpaper

The Atlantic looks at the upgrade of LAX; Arup‘s strategic aviation security expertise is highlighted

Behnisch Architekten‘s design for Harvard’s new Science and Engineering Complex is reviewed by Crain’s Boston

The Houston Chronicle tours the home of Dillon Kyle Architects founder and principal…and Chron.com visits, too

The North American headquarters of Biotrial, designed by Francis Cauffman, wins a design award from the American Institute of Architects’ New Jersey chapter

Gluckman Tang‘s proposal for the Museo del Prado is revealed in Masonry Design magazine

Architects + Artisans features Gluckman Tang‘s design for a summer house at Olana

The Olana project by Gluckman Tang was also spotlighted by The Huffington Post

The latest Crane Report by Rider Levett Bucknall was covered by The Architect’s Newspaper and National Real Estate Investor. Featured markets were picked up by many local media outlets, including the Charlotte Observer, Curbed LA, Nashville Business Journal, Pacific Business News, and the Seattle Times

The Architect’s Newspaper profiles Solomon Cordwell Buenz‘ newest contribution to the San Francisco skyline, 399 Fremont

SCB principal Gary Kohn shares his expertise in hospitality work in an article on Loews North Park Drive in Top Hotel News

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