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11 MARCH 2020 : PRESS RELEASES

Cheick Hamala Diabaté Institute for the Performing Arts Wins Cultural Regeneration Award at MIPIM/Architectural Review Future Project

LOUISIANA, NEW ORLEANS - Nationally recognized architecture, design and planning firm Gould Evans is pleased to announce that the Cheick Hamala Diabaté Institute for the Performing Arts is the winner in the Cultural Regeneration category at the MIPIM/Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2020. Its sixth notable award, the project will provide a new music and cultural institute approximately four miles from the center of Kita, a town in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is a collaboration between Gould Evans, Billes Architects, Friends of Mali USA, the Cheick Hamala Diabaté Foundation and Cheick Hamala Diabaté a Malian Griot.
13 NOVEMBER 2019 : AWARDS

2019 Arizona Firm of the Year Awarded to Gould Evans + Canary by the American Institute of Architects

PHOENIX AZ – November 2019 – Nationally recognized architecture, interiors, graphics and design firm Gould Evans + Canary was honored with the 2019 AIA Arizona Firm of the Year award. Gould Evans’ entire studio of 38 filled the stage to receive the award on Friday night at the Phoenix Art Museum.
04 NOVEMBER 2019 : AWARDS

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community Tribal Justice Center Recognized with Highest Honor at the 2019 AIA Academy of Architecture Justice Facilities Review

PHOENIX, AZ – November 2019 – Nationally-recognized design and planning firm Gould Evans is pleased to announce that the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) Justice Center was awarded a Citation for the 2019 AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice Facilities (AIA AAJ) Review. Its seventh notable award, the Justice Center has consistently been recognized for its mediation of tradition and modernity, rural and urban, tribal and western justice. A tribal court and practitioners’ building located on sovereign tribal land, the Justice Center was designed to uphold the tribe’s unique sense of identity, beauty and humility in what has historically been a complicated cultural landscape. The Justice Center is not only a court of law, it’s a community resource that promotes well-being and civic duty.

18 OCTOBER 2019 : PRESS RELEASES

Vacant Suburban Big-Box Store Transformed into Pedestrian-Focused Library and Public Park

Olathe’s Indian Creek Library Brings Community and Nature to an Overlooked Facility

KANSAS CITY, MO – October 18, 2019 – Nationally recognized design and planning firm Gould Evans, in partnership with the City of Olathe and library programmer Group 4, has designed the newly completed Indian Creek Library in Olathe, Kansas. The 47,000-square-foot adaptive reuse project prioritizes community gathering spaces, such as a café, makerspace, teen zone, children’s garden, public meeting rooms, and courtyards.

12 AUGUST 2019 : PRESS RELEASES

State Historical Society of Missouri and Gould Evans Celebrate Grand Opening of Center for Missouri Studies

KANSAS CITY, MO – August 12, 2019 – Nationally recognized design and planning firm Gould Evans, together with the State Historical Society of Missouri (SHSMO), celebrates the grand opening of the new Center for Missouri Studies, a vibrant, living research center and archive designed as a new landmark for Missouri’s cultural heritage.

17 JULY 2019 : PRESS RELEASES

Patterson Health Center Designed to Transform Rural Healthcare in Kansas, Focuses on Wellness

Named in memory of Neal Patterson, co-founder and former CEO of Cerner

KANSAS CITY, MO – July 16, 2019 – Nationally recognized design and planning firm Gould Evans, in partnership with Kahler Slater’s team of Medical Planning Consultants, has designed the newly completed Patterson Health Center in rural Harper County, Kansas. The 62,500-square-foot facility unites two formerly separate critical access hospitals under one distinctive roof that pays homage to neighboring communities coming together.

01 APRIL 2019 : AWARDS

Gould Evans Wins AIA New Orleans Design Awards for the CrescentCare Community Health Center and Dear Rampart

New Orleans, LA – April 1, 2019 – Gould Evans, a local design and planning firm, is pleased to announce that the CrescentCare Community Health Center and Dear Rampart have both received 2019 ‘Honorable Mention’ Design Awards from the New Orleans chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

13 DECEMBER 2018 : PRESS RELEASES

Gould Evans Announces Associate Principal Promotions

December 13, 2018 – Gould Evans is thrilled to announce five Associate Principal promotions across our studios. The selection of our future leaders is the most important action we take to influence the quality and direction of our firm’s future.  To this end, Kelly Dreyer, Emily Harrold, Aaron Herring, Brandon Kent and Graham Smith have been named as Associate Principals. They join our six current Associate Principals at this level of leadership within our firm.

15 NOVEMBER 2018 : PRESS RELEASES

Canary, a Gould Evans Studio, Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Phoenix, AZ, November 14, 2018 – Canary, a graphic, branding and interior design studio within multi-disciplinary Gould Evans Inc, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. Over the last decade, the studio has provided clients with a total brand experience, designing projects that strive to enhance the relationship between people, brand and the built environment.

11 OCTOBER 2018 : PRESS RELEASES

Gould Evans Plans for Future with Relocation of KC Studio to Historic Westport Building

New space designed to foster firm’s entrepreneurial spirit and inventive thinking

Kansas City, MO, October 11, 2018 – Gould Evans, a nationally-recognized design and planning firm, has announced today that it will relocate its Kansas City studio to one of the few remaining historic buildings in Westport. The new space, located at 4200 Pennsylvania Avenue, will position the firm for growth and success in the future, and speaks to Gould Evans’ continued investment in the Westport District, which it has called home for the last 22 years.