As leaders in the industry, we monitor performance and work with organizations dedicated to the advancement of sustainable technologies.

IMAGE: J. Craig Venter Institute, J. Craig Venter Institute La Jolla, La Jolla, California

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Our approach is to capitalize on the unique qualities of each place and to create buildings that strengthen the fabric of which they become a part.

IMAGE: Duke University, Fitzpatrick Center for Interdisciplinary Engineering, Medicine and Applied Sciences, Durham, North Carolina

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We work with clients to develop workplace solutions that respond to their culture and business objectives.

IMAGE: U.S. General Services Administration, Federal Center South Building 1202, Seattle, Washington

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Sustainable design should maximize resources and energy efficiency, and look holistically at creating places that people value.

IMAGE: Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, New Headquarters Campus (Phase I), Agoura Hills, California

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Buildings should contribute to their context, be of enduring quality and style, and provide healthy, inspiring spaces for their occupants.

IMAGE: Seattle Children's, Major Institution Master Plan and Building Hope: Cancer and Critical Care Expansion, Seattle, Washington

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Function, aesthetics, sustainability, cost, and schedule are all critical to a building’s success.

IMAGE: University of Oregon, Casanova Center Extension, Eugene, Oregon

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The instinct to build community is fundamental to our philosophy and approach.

IMAGE: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Yawkey Center for Cancer Care, Boston, Massachusetts

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Our design process involves planning for today’s requirements while providing flexibility for adapting to tomorrow’s unknowns.

IMAGE: J. Craig Venter Institute, J. Craig Venter Institute La Jolla, La Jolla, California

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Excellence should be reflected in every aspect of a building—from its fit within the community, its function and relationship to users, to its use of resources.

IMAGE: University of Oregon, John E. Jaqua Academic Center for Student Athletes, Eugene, Oregon

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The idea of making buildings or places that promote communication and increase efficiency and productivity is fundamental to our approach.

IMAGE: Stanford University, Stanford Institutes of Medicine 1, Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, A California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Facility, Palo Alto, California

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