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Reinvesting in existing space

Reinvesting in existing space

When moving or building new construction isn’t an option, our team can help you see your current space differently — in design, in utility, in size and scope. Architectural design solutions to meet growth challenges, improve flow, even preserve historic space, can bring new life and a new beginning.

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Capital Preparatory Magnet School
Historic District Renovation & Addition
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Pfizer, Building 260
Workplace of the Future
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UMass Memorial Medical Center
University and Memorial Campuses, Renovation and Redesign
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Georgia Institute of Technology
Football Locker Room Renovation
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The Gunnery Fitness Center
Interior Renovations
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Lake County Judicial Center
Expansion / Renovation
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Osceola County Courthouse
Expansion / Renovation
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Buildings E17 / E18 / E19 Renovations
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W.F. Kaynor Technical High School
Renovation and Expansion
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University of Notre Dame
Campus Crossroads Project
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Sacred Heart University
Campus Master Plan and Implementation
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Marist School
Upper School Expansion & Renovation
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University of Hartford
Renee Samuels Arts and Technology Center
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Kaiser Permanente
Bellflower Medical Office Building Exterior Transformation
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New Caanan Saxe Middle School
Auditorium Renovation & STEM Addition
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East Hampton High School
Renovation & Addition, Phased Project
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Upward Hartford
Innovative Shared Workspace
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The Lexington School
Master Plan and Implementation