University of Massachusetts Amherst UMass Life Science Laboratories

Tradeline Article: Successful Planning of Interdisciplinary Science Facilities

27 Apr 2016 by

As a follow up to a presentation I gave with my colleagues Jeff Puleo (WA) and Jim Staros, Ph.D. (UMass Amherst) at the April 2015 – “Strategic Facility and Space Planning for Science & Research” conference, Tradeline has taken an in-depth look at the planning strategies we discussed for interdisciplinary science  facilities. The exclusive report can be found […]

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University of North Carolina Chapel Hill UNC Venable & Murray Halls

Will Faculty Sacrifice to Create Swing Space?

09 Dec 2015 by

The first question higher education architects and planners ask when faced with a space problem is “does the campus have a swing space?” The answer is usually, “Are you kidding?” and then, the only alternative is new construction. Few campuses have an inventory of swing space to house a program while a building is being […]

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In Memoriam, Mark C. Keiser

20 Aug 2014 by

It is with deep sorrow that we mourn the loss of our colleague and friend, Mark Keiser. Mark died August 19, 2014 as a result of a traffic accident. “Mark was an intensely kind, thoughtful and caring person who loved the gift of being an architect. We are stunned at his loss, and we send […]

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UMass Amherst Celebrates Official Opening of the new Life Science Laboratories

13 Nov 2013 by

University of Massachusetts officials formally opened the new 310,000 GSF Life Science Laboratories Building with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting ceremony. Speakers included Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy, Provost James V. Staros, Board of Trustees Chairman Henry Thomas III, Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement Michael Malone and Distinguished Professor Lila Gierasch.

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WA Promotion • Lisa Hellmuth

23 Jan 2012 by

Wilson Architects is pleased to announce that Lisa Hellmuth has been promoted to Associate. Lisa is WA’s Director of Marketing for the last ten years. During her 27-year career, she has focused on leading business development activities for architecture firms that primarily plan and design academic Science & Technology buildings.

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