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Solving complex problems

Solving complex problems

The ultimate success of any project rests upon the planning that occurs before the first sketch is drawn. As a pioneer in Outcomes-Based Planning & Programming, we are committed to helping clients quantify their needs and strategic objectives, assess their inventory, technical resources and space options; and examine financial and programmatic elements.

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Rutgers University
Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering
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U.S. Courthouse – Jacksonville
Bryan Simpson United States Courthouse
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Theoretical Project – CollaborEATs
A Recipe to Move the Workplace Forward by Taking a Step Back
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Theoretical Project – Mind the Gap
The Next Workplace Platform
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U.S. General Services Administration
San Antonio Federal Courthouse
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Buildings E17 / E18 / E19 Renovations
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University of Texas at Austin
Dell Medical School, Health Learning Building
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Kent School, Hoerle Hall
New Dormitory, Faculty Housing & Academic Building
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Marist School
Upper School Expansion & Renovation
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East Hampton High School
Renovation & Addition, Phased Project
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Capital Preparatory Magnet School
Historic District Renovation & Addition