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Michael J. Lubbers
February 07,2012

Lubbers has been instrumental in many recent high profile Wight projects, including the College of DuPage Student Resource Center, Seaton...

February 07,2012

This expansion establishes a physical presence that builds on a portfolio of work for institutional clients on the West Coast, dating to the...

February 07,2012

The firm, which now has 25 offices internationally, opened the new office to better serve current and potential clients in the western Central...

February 06,2012

Commercial sector expected to lead real estate recovery.

February 06,2012

Downsizing has resulted in retaining the most experienced and best-trained personnel who are the most capable of working more efficiently and...

February 06,2012

EYP Architecture & Engineering is architect for the $35 million National Archives Administration project.

Randy Hall
February 06,2012

Hall will manage and direct all aspects of the firm’s day-to-day operations. He will be based in Batson-Cook’s Atlanta office.

February 06,2012

Siemens support is earmarked for the school’s Fire Protection Engineering Lab, a facility that has been forwarding engineering and other advanced...

February 02,2012

The Bridgeland Elementary School will be a new prototype school for the District. Designed to meet the requirements of The Collaborative for High...

February 02,2012

Located on a 12 acre site in the Sandhills region, the 2.4 megawatt (MW) system is expected to generate approximately 3.5 million kilowatt hours (...