Denver, CO (December 18, 2017) – The combined leadership of Perkins Eastman, Short Elliot Hendrickson (SEH), and Mortenson Construction are pleased to share the news of the recent grand re-opening of Civic Center Station in Downtown Denver.
The Board of Directors of Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD), led by Acting Chief Operating Officer Bruce Abel, marked the opening of the newly designed transit station this past Friday, December 15, and bus services resumed in full on Sunday, December 17.
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“This was an incredibly challenging project situated on a tight urban site,” said Dave Espinosa, Senior Project Manager for Mortenson, “but one that is so crucial to connecting people and transit.
It enhances Denver’s position as a world-class city.” The revitalized hub was designed to, first and foremost, better accommodate commuters and locals who use the station every day, and provide them with an iconic new station that offers the area a sense of arrival.
“Historically, the medical field has not fostered a collaborative working environment,” write the primary authors, Rebecca Milne and Katie Gluckselig, in the paper’s introduction.
“[D]epartments are often isolated from each other and not encouraged to communicate, and there remains a strong sense of hierarchical division.
On either side of the station are two staircases that ascend to a terrace, a great new public asset from which visitors can mingle, dine, and enjoy 360-degree views of the State Capitol, Civic Center Park, Colfax Ave., Broadway and beyond.
The Civic Center Station team comprises Perkins Eastman as Design Architect, led by Peter Cavaluzzi FAIA; Short Elliot Hendrickson (SEH®), Architect of Record and Civil Engineer, led by Jeff Pedersen AIA, NCARB; Mortenson Construction, General Contractor, led by Dave Espinosa; Martin/Martin, Structural Engineer; and The RMH Group, MEP Engineer.Get help creating prescreening questions, creating job offers, and more.If university managers receive ACA documents on behalf of an employee that ask for plan verification, please forward them to the HR Benefits office on your campus.New York, NY (October 26, 2017) – Perkins Eastman Research, the firm-wide research arm of global architecture firm Perkins Eastman, is proud to announce the publication of its newest white paper, “The Effectiveness of Collaborative Spaces in Healthcare and Research Environments.” The study’s authors seek to answer the question: How can design improve communication and collaboration among medical professionals and, ultimately, create a better treatment environment for patients?One year after the opening of the Perkins Eastman-designed NYU Winthrop-University Hospital Research and Academic Center, in Mineola, Long Island, Perkins Eastman Research conducted a post-occupancy evaluation of the building’s third-floor multi-use space – which can be seen as a microcosm of the facility’s collaborative core – in order to better understand how various design aspects and furnishings were supporting (or inhibiting) collaboration within the medical research setting.Read more about the performance evaluation process.