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The 16-foot-high basketball court in the Seattle Children’s outpatient center is used for pediatric sports medicine and orthopedic care services. Photo courtesy of Aaron Leitz.
The hospital was attracted to the big box’s footprint: one level with wide spans between structur...read more
The sanctuary of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun synagogue in New York was restored following a massive fire five years ago. All photos: Chris Cooper / Chris Cooper Photographer Inc.
The blaze left the 110-year-old synagogue a charred shell, its structural integrity severely comp...read more
Even though the Seaholm Power Plant has been out of operation since 1989, its iconic stacks still define the Seaholm District, which includes a 30-story residential condominium high-rise and low-rise retail/office space. The central plaza is illuminated by a custom responsive light installation coordinated by the city of Austin’s Art and Public Places program. Courtesy of Casey Dunn Photography.
The power plant was on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Recorded Texas Historic...read more
The Grand Lobby is accented by original millwork that was reinstalled after the columns were structurally reinforced. Courtesy Brad Pogatetz Photography
Built in 1893 for the World’s Columbian Exposition, the CAA was an exclusive social club founded...read more
Millennium Lakeside Garage in Chicago. Photos: Western Specialty Contractors
Millennium Lakeside Garage, the largest underground parking facility in the U.S., hadn’t been wat...read more
An earthquake and Hurricane Irene caused damage to the Washington Monument in 2011. Photos courtesy Hill International
This restoration and repair project, which was completed under budget and eight days early (despi...read more
Photos: Terry Shapiro
The scope of the project included the seminary dorms, library, and chapel, all of which posed the...read more
Photo: Judy Davis, Hoachlander Davis Photography.
The L’Enfant Plaza, a three-story below-grade mall, was renovated to include a new glass atrium p...read more
Chris Cooper Photography/Courtesy Perkins Eastman.
The Lenox Hill Healthplex, a restoration of the Curran O’Toole Building, has glass-block walls an...read more
Yale's Sterling Memorial Library. Photo: Brian Rose.
Turner Construction and Helpern Architects revived the 150-foot-long nave, which was embellished...read more
The project repurposed the 16-story Gibbons Building and the 19-story Steger Building into 124 student living units with 409 beds. Photo courtesy Papageorge Haymes Partners
The renovation of three historic downtown buildings—the Gibbons and Steger Buildings and Pickwick...read more
St. Louis’s Sun Theater was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Photo: Michael Kelley.
Lawrence Group and property owner TLG Beaux Arts raised $11 million to restore the 26,000-sf thea...read more
Smithsonian Institution’s Arts & Industries Building, the institution’s second building, and the first to house the National Museum. Photo: Maxwell MacKenzie, Architectural Photographer.
After removing decades’ worth of unfortunate additions to expose 17 historic interior spaces for...read more
Photo: Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing.
While the existing structures were in poor condition, the Building Team preserved and restored 75...read more
The Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School serves 1,300 students (pre-K to 12) at its facilities on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, near Central Park. Photos: Andrew Mohat Media
The 251-year-old NYC school was a design-build project that overcame issues like tight space and...read more
A second skylight was placed above the hallmark atrium skylight; only the steel framework of the original was kept. Photo courtesy Whitney Partners.
Four years ago, Whitney Partners purchased the 253,000-sf Whitney for $3.3 million. Their mission...read more
The nearly 150,000-sf Saieh Hall for Economics had to be sqeezed into tight quarters on the Hyde Park campus of the University of Chicago. Photo: Tom Rossiter.
The five-story, 100,000-sf seminary was converted into a modern education facility that would be...read more
The final result of the Kings Theatre redevelopment gracefully emulates the original design by theater architects Rapp & Rapp and interior designer Harold W. Rambusch. Photo: Matt Lambros Photography
The theater, which withstood vacancy, neglect and vandalism, has been redeveloped with a goal: ba...read more