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Architecture

We have an infinite drive to solve complex architectural design problems. But problems are best solved when we listen before we lead. We are built around the exact services our clients need to take a project from concept to completion and do it beautifully.

Getting there is a journey of inquisitive discovery, an immersive process that delivers meaningful places and measurable outcomes. Our designers engage in critical design dialogue to harvest the best ideas that translate into our clients’ reality.  Our clients are continuously evolving and together we approach each opportunity by confronting the greatest challenges, finding the greatest inspiration, and discovering transformative solutions where creativity in architectural design enriches lives.

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WORK

Check out some samples of our work below.

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University of Notre Dame
Campus Crossroads Project
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BELIMO Americas
North American Headquarters
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St. Timothy’s School
The Gerry Sisters Five Arts and Student Center
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Putting People First: Healthy Building Trends

Architects and Interior Designers are constantly pushing themselves to be at the forefront of new ideas and trends in healthy buildings that integrate biophilic design elements – an option that is not a choice today, but a must, as the world and workplace strive to understand and adapt to life amidst a lingering health pandemic. – Kathleen Neama

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A building that’s all about the people

The Health Sciences Education Center (HSEC) at the University of Minnesota opened in Summer 2020. At over 150,000-SF of new construction and another 50,000-SF of renovation in the adjacent Phillips Wangensteen Building , it is a massive project that will have a major impact on the connectedness and education of future doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals on the Twin Cities campus. - Karen Parzych

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SLAM completes Doylestown Health’s Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion

Philadelphia, PA. – September 9, 2020 – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) (formerly CBRE | Heery Design Group), in partnership with Doylestown Health, completed a new $54 million, 100,000-SF three-story addition to Doylestown Hospital, called the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, located in Doylestown, PA.  The second floor of the Pavilion houses the Center for Heart and Vascular Care (the Center), marking the completion of phase one of a three-phase project.

CAREERS

We’re always on the lookout for talent in our areas of expertise. Check out some of our current openings below.

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