The objective of this project was to provide alternative expansion options for Meadville, including expansion of their existing site and possible development of a new site.
One of the many strengths of the City of Albany is the number of fine institutions of higher education. The colleges and university in the City are major centers of activity and stability in Albany's neighborhoods.
Originally established as a seminary for the Society of the Divine Word, Techny Towers now serves as an ecumenical center for religious, social, educational, service and other nonprofit organizations. The center is comprised of three chapels and several other buildings which house meeting rooms, guest rooms with private baths, a dining hall, and a bookstore.
The “campus in the clouds” is back with this renovation of the historic 19-story building built in 1929, which had been previously unoccupied for several years. Cleveland State University’s Fenn Tower was unveiled to the public on August 15, 2007 in all its 1929 grandeur, just in time for fall semester where it will serve as luxurious new student housing for up to 438 students.
Mather Mansion was the home of the iron-mining millionaire, Samuel Mather. The style of the house is Tudor Gothic Revival. The 45-room house was completed in 1910 and cost more than one million dollars, the most expensive house ever built in Cleveland at the time. In 1973, the mansion became the first to be included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The project involved the design, financing and construction of a power plant to provide chilled water, steam heat, backup electric, operations management, and equipment storage space for Metro Health Hospital.
St. Mary's Catholic Church is looking to expand their current facilities to include a retirement village comprised of 286 units, a state-of-the-art recreation center, classrooms, daycare center, a rectory, and a gymnasium. The site will also include a parking structure.
Institutional Project Management has joined with U.S. Equities and Solomon Cordwell Buenz to provide strategic real estate advisory services and conceptual planning to Moody Bible Institute.
East-West University is located in the South Loop of downtown Chicago. The University facilities consist of two buildings, known as the East and West Buildings. The East Building faces Michigan Avenue and extends to the West Building on Wabash Avenue.
The new Student Center will be the center of activity for all downtown students. To be located in the basement and 1st floor of the Carson’s Building on State Street, the development of a shared facility by nearby institutions is a welcomed opportunity
This development includes the design, financing and construction of a new undergraduate student housing complex. The project is being planned to house up to 900 students.
The new Academic Center will be the center of activity for the CTU Campus. The building will contain expanded classroom space, a large library containing a state of the art computer lab, expanded quiet room facilities, new dining room and kitchen, covered parking garage, and staff/faculty offices.
The stunning new facility includes enhanced gallery, classroom and library space, a 400-seat theatre, event space with dramatic views of Lake Michigan and Grant Park, a children’s center, a café, giftshop and state-of-the-art storage capabilities for the collections of the Spertus Museum, the Asher Library and the Chicago Jewish Archives.
Named "Centennial Hall" to commemorate DePaul's 100th anniversary, this mixed-use facility includes DePaul student apartments and administrative space, as well as a Dominick's "Fresh Store" supermarke
This new structure provides 520 parking spaces. Similar to DePaul's other parking facilities, the structure is very sensitive to aesthetic considerations, preserving the unique charm and character of its Lincoln Park neighborhood surroundings.