Wilson HGA and SNHU Team Up to Present at the 2019 Tradeline University Facilities Conference

06 May 2019 by

Wilson HGA’s Christopher Martin, AIA, LEED AP and Cristianne Peschard, AIA, LEED AP BD+C will be presenting at this year’s Tradeline University Facilities Conference to discuss Wilson HGA’s new project, the College of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics (CETA) building at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). Chris provides strong project leadership through his high standards for […]

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MIT.nano Wins AIA Educational Facility Design Award


MIT.nano’s newest academic building, designed by Wilson HGA, is acknowledged for establishing new standards for nanoscale research and teaching. MIT.nano is one of the largest and most advanced research buildings built on the MIT campus. The 216,000 square-foot building combines the Institute’s nanotechnology, materials, and engineering systems under a single roof to maximize collaboration and support nanoscale research that addresses […]

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MIT.nano Wins 2019 Lab of the Year Award


Designed by Wilson HGA, MIT.nano—Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s new state-of-the-art research building—has won the international 2019 Lab of the Year Award for excellence in research lab design, planning, and construction. The world-class research spaces enhance the work of multiple groups from various disciplines. For instance, the core imaging facility contains highly precise microscopes requiring low vibration, […]

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Wilson HGA Celebrates New Physical Sciences Building at University of Massachusetts – Amherst

11 Apr 2019 by

The University of Massachusetts celebrated its newest campus addition, the Physical Sciences Building, with a highly-attended ribbon cutting ceremony on April 4th. The highly-sustainable facility houses specialized laboratories, conference space, and offices for the departments of Chemistry and Physics. The project also included renovations to the West Experiment Station (WES), once an agricultural soils research […]

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Wilson HGA Hosts Lehigh University Design Summit

22 Mar 2019 by

Lehigh University, located in Bethlehem, PA has its sights set on a major academic vision of growth over the next ten years. Wilson HGA is playing a part in this vision, currently designing the University’s new Health Science & Technology Building, slated for completion in 2021. Yet, this state-of-the-art facility is just one of many […]

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Joe Gibbons, Associate Principal talks with PhysicsWorld

WA’s Joe Gibbons Discusses “Designing Space for Scientific Innovation” with PhysicsWorld

08 Aug 2018 by

Joe Gibbons, Associate Principal, working on the Petek and Levy Labs at the University of Pittsburgh. This month, Joseph Gibbons, Associate Principal at Wilson Architects spoke with Physics World Magazine about what it takes to design a highly technical laboratory. In the article, “Designing Space for Scientific Innovation“, Joe shares his expertise regarding special considerations […]

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SNHU CETA Groundbreaking

Wilson Architects and SNHU Celebrate CETA Groundbreaking

29 Jun 2018 by

June 27th was a big day for Southern New Hampshire University and Wilson Architects. The New Hampshire-based university broke ground on its new College of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics (CETA) facility, slated for completion in the fall of 2019. The 67,000 GSF building will house flexible classrooms, collaboration spaces, teaching and computer labs, a robotics […]

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Wilson Architects Partners with WriteBoston to Honor Boston’s Student Journalists

14 May 2018 by

This month, Wilson Architects took part in honoring some of Boston’s greatest student journalists from the city’s WriteBoston program. WriteBoston, founded in 2002 by Mayor Thomas Menino, is a non-profit organization that provides student writing opportunities and educator training programs, in an effort to help students become skilled, academic writers. The WA judging team with […]

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Jacob Werner and Marcell Graef become certified passive house consultants

Wilson Architects has two new Certified Passive House Consultants (CPHC®)!

30 Jan 2018 by

Wilson Architects is excited to announce that Marcell Graeff and Jacob Werner are accredited as PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultants (CPHC®). The PHIUS+ 2015 Passive Building Standard was developed in cooperation with Building Science Corporation under a US Department of Energy (DOE) grant. It is based on climate-specific comfort and performance criteria and requires each […]

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Vanderbilt University Engineering and Science Building Blog Wood Wall VU ESB

Reclaimed wood provides dramatic backdrop in the ESB at Vanderbilt

27 Oct 2016 by

At Vanderbilt University, the entire campus is designated as an arboretum with many prized mature trees. When the site was selected for the new Engineering & Science Building the University had a difficult time conceding the fate of 42 trees that dated back to the 1960’s. The varied species consisted of Red Oak, Hackberry, Osage Orange, […]

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Groundbreaking for URI’s new Center for Chemical and Forensic Sciences

05 May 2014 by

At 2 pm on Monday, May 5th, ground was broken at the University of Rhode Island for the new $68-million Center for Chemical and Forensic Sciences. The new 135,000 GSF facility will triple the amount of teaching lab space and nearly double the amount of research lab space, compared with the situation in Pastore Hall. […]

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