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Professional Service Firms: Workplace Trends
Professional Service Firms are rooted in disciplines such as law, finance, design, technology, and are characterized by diverse ownership structures and scales. PSFs typically operate through broad networks of strategic partners, and consist of both well-defined and, more recently, agile employee roles within and across offices. Today's business leaders are developing increasingly flexible workplace strategies.
Cary has served as Managing Principal and Senior Project Manager on multiple healthcare projects ranging from one-room renovations to new “mega” hospitals. He has over 27 years of experience in the...
Vedanta University Medical Precinct Master Plan
Vedanta University is a new university to be built in India, near Puri in the state of Orissa, on the Bay of Bengal. We have reviewed the space program and provided master planning of 62 acres of the...
Justin Parscale is a senior member of the Dallas healthcare planning team and an Associate Principal of the firm. Versed in a wide range of project types from conceptual master planning through...
Colorado State University, Lory Student Center
The Lory Student Center is one of the most active and inclusive student centers in the country. A mid-century classic building with multiple fragmented renovations and additions, the 205,000 square...
United Nations Headquarters
In the late 1990s, the United Nations developed a master plan for its iconic complex that outlined a series of infrastructure upgrades including structural, mechanical, electrical, and technology for...
As Director of Workplace for the Minneapolis office, Lisa Pool has been with Perkins+Will since 1994. Lisa has specialized in large corporate workplace environments working with multiple Fortune 500...
Irving Greenberg Family Cancer Centre
The Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Centre underwent expansion with development of a new ambulatory centre at the Queensway-Carleton Hospital, the Irving Greenberg Family Cancer Centre. The stand-alone facility provides four new radiation treatment rooms and 31 new chemotherapy treatment stations. The centre explores the regional vernacular, developing an architectural language of the Outaouais and Ottawa Valley. The building design is non-institutional, creating a comfort for patients and family through the use of natural materials and a design palette drawn from their home and environs.
Transbay Terminal Improvement Plan
We were hired by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to help achieve a difficult consensus on the Transbay Terminal project among multiple jurisdictions, agencies and transit operators – some of whom had gone to court over the project. We lead an interdisciplinary team of international architects, economists, rail engineers, transit analysts and operations specialists through numerous meetings, design charrettes, and engineering reviews, and finally achieved a consensus design for the terminal and its correlated joint development.
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