Friday, 28 August 2009
Shepley Bulfinch president Carole Wedge was in the spotlight as this week’s “Doer’s Profile” in AIArchitect, the weekly online newsletter of the American Institute of Architects.
In her interview with Sara Fernandez Cendon, Carole talks about women in architecture and the value of a diversity of perspectives in design. In 2004, Carole became the firm’s first female president, and today is a member of the AIA’s Large Firm Roundtable. She is speaking at the AIA Women’s Leadership Summit in Chicago in September.
AIA “Doer’s Profile” – August 28, 2009
Thursday, 28 May 2009
BROOKLYN, NY – Principal Alexander (Sandy) Howe, one of Shepley’s senior designers, received an honorary degree of Doctor of Fine Arts from Brooklyn College as part of the school’s commencement ceremony earlier today. The degree was awarded in recognition of his design achievements in academic architecture, including the Brooklyn College Library, which was completed in 2003.
In addition to Brooklyn College, Sandy’s recent and current clients include the University of Notre Dame, the University of New Mexico, and Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
His design for the recent expansion of the Boole Library at ...[more]
Friday, 24 October 2008
Principal Elise Woodward was quoted in an article on the evolving challenges facing women in architecture in the current issue of the Boston Business Journal.
The second woman architect to join the firm when she was hired in 1981, Elise served as a member and chair of Shepley Bulfinch’s Board of Directors She noted the firm’s commitment to a shift in leadership – and firmwide – demographics that have led to a virtually even gender balance among principals and staff as a whole.
The shift may be embodied in the recently completed Cardiovascular Center for the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor. Shepley Bulfinch’s project principals, the lead project ...[more]
Monday, 19 May 2008
BOSTON, MA – Shepley Bulfinch president Carole Wedge was formally inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in an investiture ceremony held at the historic Old South Church in Boston on May 16 as part of the AIA’s national convention.
A member of Shepley Bulfinch since 1986, she was elected its president in 2004. Throughout her career she has sought to transform organizations by challenging them to face issues with clarity, frankness, and commitment.
As a leader, mentor, and advocate, she is committed to making the architectural profession relevant to future generations. She has spoken and written widely, and is active in the AIA, serving as a ...[more]
Friday, 1 February 2008
BOSTON, MA – In promotions announced today, Janette S. Blackburn AIA LEED AP, was named a new Principal at Shepley Bulfinch. Joining the firm in 1989, her work includes projects for the Avery Art and Architecture Library and the Teachers College Library at Columbia University, Princeton University’s Firestone Library, and Fondren Library at Rice University. Janette is a member of the American Library Association (ALA) and the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP).
It was also announced that Melissa Bennett, Katherine Faulkner, and Ann Newman have been named Associate Principals. Melissa, who joined the firm in 2007, is a senior member of the firm’s library practice. Katie, who has been ...[more]
Monday, 21 January 2008
BOSTON, MA — Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott is pleased to announce a call for entries for our 2008 Summer Design Fellowship. The deadline for applications is March 14, 2008.
Now in its eleventh year, this highly competitive Fellowship is a unique opportunity for a promising student of architecture to spend the summer immersed in real design problems in the design studio of an international architectural firm in Boston. Past Fellows have come from architecture schools throughout the country, and many of the Fellows who graduated in the year in which they were awarded the Fellowship continued as full-time employees of the firm.
The Fellowship has a $7000 stipend, with a $3000 ...[more]
Thursday, 20 December 2007
Senior healthcare interior designer Anne Garrity was named one of “Twenty Making a Difference” in the December issue of Healthcare Design magazine.
This is Healthcare Design’s second annual feature, which provides peer recognition for those who are advancing the design of healthcare facilities.
Anne brings a unique understanding of the importance of creating healthcare interiors that break down institutional imagery. Her most recent work includes the new Cardiovascular Center at the University of Michigan. A podcast is being developed to narrate the hospital’s art collection for visitors and patients.
With over 25 years of experience, she has designed interiors for a wide range of healthcare clients including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, ...[more]
Tuesday, 13 November 2007
Boston, MA – Elise Woodward, AIA LEED AP, was honored at Build Boston today, where she received the Award of Excellence at the eighth annual Women in Design conference.
The second woman architect at Shepley Bulfinch when she joined in 1981 and the third to be named a principal, Elise is a designer, mentor, and convener. As a leader of the firm, she served for six years on its five-member board of directors, four as board chair. Her rich and varied experience directing and shaping science, education, and healthcare projects has included healthcare and academic science and research buildings from Maine to California. Elise is a member of the AIA and ...[more]