Thursday, 10 May 2007
Last night Shepley Bulfinch welcomed members of the Boston chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (BosNOMA) for the chapter’s monthly meeting.
Design Principal Ralph Jackson led a tour of Shepley Bulfinch’s new offices, which it has occupied since January 2006. Coordinating the meeting was Shepley Bulfinch intern Sonya Bivins, vice president of BACNOMAS, the organization’s student chapter in Boston.
NOMA traces its roots to a meeting during the 1971 AIA National Convention in Detroit. The organization has become an increasingly influential voice promoting the quality and excellence of minority design professionals. Boston hosts both student and professional chapters, one of a number of US cities to do so.
Thursday, 8 March 2007
Shepley Bulfinch was presented with the Palladio Award on March 7 at the annual Traditional Building Conference in Boston. The award was presented for the Paul Barret, Jr, Library at Rhodes College in Memphis, which Shepley Bulfinch designed in association with the Virginia firm of Hanbury Evans Wright and Vlattas.
The project was one of ten recognized in the sixth annual Palladio Awards competition for outstanding work in traditional design. It will be featured in the June 2007 issue of Traditional Building magazine.
Design Principal Ralph Jackson accepted the award on behalf of Shepley Bulfinch from Traditional Building publisher Peter Miller. The design team also included James Hunnewell, AIA, Principal ...[more]
Sunday, 16 September 2007
Boston, MA – Shepley Bulfinch is teaming up with Citizen Schools for the Fall 2007 architecture and design teaching and mentoring program.
This year’s program will pair teams from as many as ten Boston public middle schools with area design firms in a citywide design competition for either the Jackson Square or Dudley Square MBTA stations. The scope of design can range from station-specific to a large urban design project. Teams will present their projects for a critique in mid-December.
Shepley Bulfinch has participated in the Citizen Schools architecture and design program annually for more than five years. The start of this year’s program was highlighted in the September 16, ...[more]