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Paul Heflin, AIA, LEED AP Brings Innovation, Big-Picture Focus to Woolpert as New Market Director

Heflin is known for his leadership, business development and technical design skills. WASHINGTON, D.C.— Woolpert has hired Paul Heflin as a market director, leading architecture, engineering, and interior design strategy for Woolpert’s private sector clients. The licensed architect has decades of experience in design and construction management, business development and international business operations. After serving […]

William Ritter, AIA, Brings Wealth of Experience and Knowledge to KAI Design

(St. Louis, MO) KAI Design is excited to announce the hiring of William Ritter, AIA, as Senior Project Architect at its St. Louis headquarters. Ritter has nearly 40 years of design expertise, which has included roles as a Discipline Lead, Project Manager, Planner, Director of Design, Chief Architect, and Interior Designer. His extensive portfolio includes […]

Galloway & Company, Inc. Acquires JRCA Architects Expanding Regional Influence

Galloway & Company, Inc., a national architecture and engineering firm, announced today its acquisition of Utah-based JRCA Architects, creating a dynamic alignment of knowledge and culture. “JRCA brings an excellent reputation and resume to Galloway,” said Galloway President Dave Guetig. “This has been a long, but fulfilling, process for the JRCA shareholders as well as […]

CPL Intends to Strengthen Community Practice with Principal Architect Mayowa Alabi Onboard

CPL, a full-service design firm serving public and private-sector clients for more than 45 years, has hired Mayowa Alabi, AIA as Principal Architect in their growing Raleigh office. Alabi will be responsible for growing CPL’s service offerings and geographic footprint for its Community Practice, while executing CPL’s strategic vision and building on the firm’s existing […]

Stairway to Heaven (well, almost heaven)

Over 2,000 Square Feet of BENDHEIM ARCHITECTURAL Privacy Glass Used at Chicago’s Willis Tower Renovation   Several architectural glass products from Bendheim blend transparency and privacy in a major renovation at one of the world’s most iconic structures, Willis Tower, which held the mantle of the world’s tallest building for 25 years. Bendheim’s Gothic™ and […]

Architects, Social Media and You

Based in North Carolina, the experienced and talented team at Draper DNA specializes in targeted marketing efforts that help build business. Their recent 2020 Top 25 Architectural Firms on Social Media Report was coordinated by Draper DNA and made available to industry specialists. The report focuses on the elements of social media that are most […]

Michelangelo, God’s Architect

As he entered his seventies, the great Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo despaired that his productive years were past. Anguished by the death of friends and discouraged by the loss of commissions to younger artists, this supreme painter and sculptor began carving his own tomb. It was at this unlikely moment that fate intervened to task […]

Architecture in Global Socialism

In the course of the Cold War, architects, planners, and contractors from socialist Eastern Europe engaged in a vibrant collaboration with those in West Africa and the Middle East in order to bring modernization to the developing world. Architecture in Global Socialism shows how their collaboration reshaped five cities in the global South: Accra, Lagos, Baghdad, Abu […]