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31 JULY 2018 : AWARDS

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Justice Center Named a 2018 Architizer A+Awards Winner

The 2018 Architizer A+Awards program has selected the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) Justice Center as a winner in the Government & Municipal Buildings category! Read more on the project here: https://goo.gl/EHcDc8, and see all of the 2018 winners here: https://goo.gl/qm43yz.

The Architizer A+Awards is the largest awards program focused on promoting and celebrating the year’s best architecture and products. Its mission is to nurture the appreciation of meaningful architecture in the world and champion its potential for a positive impact on everyday life. Photo by Matt Winquist.

27 JULY 2018 : PUBLICATIONS

The Missouri Innovation Campus Ripples with an Angled Aluminum Skin – Facades+

The Missouri Innovation Campus' panelized aluminum system, designed by Gould Evans and DLR Group, creates a varied pattern out of a single panel shape. Read more on the facade here.

26 JULY 2018 : EVENTS

Gould Evans Hosts Sustainable Team Building Event in San Francisco

We’re holding a fun team building event at the Riggs Showroom in Burlingame to learn about induction cooking, which has sustainability benefits for large residential design projects. Our studio is splitting into teams for a cooking competition between induction and gas ranges, and we’re talking with experts like Amy Tellez (pictured) to dispel common myths about induction cooking. All of which will be featured in an upcoming video. Stay tuned!

24 JULY 2018 : EVENTS

Patterson Health Center Celebrates Topping Out Ceremony in Harper, Kansas

A look at today’s topping out ceremony for the Patterson Health Center in Harper, KS! The facility will offer a new model for the systemic improvement of health care delivery and the health of rural communities.

17 JULY 2018 : EVENTS

Gould Evans Jay Currie Campbell Receives 2018 Centurion of the Year Award

Gould Evans Jay Currie Campbell recently received the 2018 Centurion of the Year Award, which he shares with his Legacy Committee Co-chair, Amanda Middaugh of the KC Rep!

The two were responsible for leading the Centurion’s 2018 Legacy Project, which created a major expansion for the Kansas City Community GardensCenturions Leadership Program

12 JULY 2018 : EVENTS

Gould Evans Hosts 2018 Kansas City Social Innovation Summit Session

Today we hosted delegates from a multitude of Fortune 500 Companies and leading education organizations as part of the 2018 Social Innovation Summit in Kansas City!

Delegates learned about our work with STEAM-Studio and how design can help the convergence of education and life after graduation. Photos by Nicki Griffith.

11 JULY 2018 : PUBLICATIONS

Spotlight on Kansas City, Home to World-Class Architects and Designers – The Architect’s Newspaper

"Located squarely in the middle of the U.S., Kansas City is about as far from an international border as a place can get, yet the architectural output of this little city punches above its weight. Kansas City has sprouted a number of notable architecture firms that work on local, national, and international stages."

Read the full article via The Architect's Newspaper here.

03 JULY 2018 : EVENTS

Gould Evans Holds Annual Leadership Academy

Last week we held Leadership Academy, which is our annual in-house seminar that explores all areas of leadership in the architecture industry. This year we had two sessions in Kansas City and Phoenix!

01 JULY 2018 : EVENTS

Centric, Kansas City Centurions and Gould Evans Help KC Gardens Expand Footprint

We recently got the opportunity to work with Centric and the Kansas City Centurions Leadership Program to provide a “Big Pergola” made of cedar heavy timber with steel connections for the Kansas City Community Gardens this past week!

30 JUNE 2018 : PUBLICATIONS

Recently Unveiled Design Plan Aims to Bring Aging Lawrence High Into 21st Century – Lawrence Journal World

Proud to be Lawrence USD 497's design partner on the renovation of Lawrence High School! read more on the proposed design here. Via LJWorld.com