Here’s a round-up of selected accolades Ayers Saint Gross earned in 2017.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton cites the completion of the Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building as a sign of the city’s investment in higher ed in his 2017 year-end review.
A year-in-review note from HCC’s president the opening of the new Science, Engineering, and Technology Building.
SITES is a relatively new but powerful force in sustainability for the built environment.
When the Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center opened this fall at the University of Maryland at College Park, students were not the only ones learning.
Learn how the Enoch Pratt Library is preparing for the future of access and assembly.
The new building will house Duke’s School of Nursing, the School of Medicine’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program, and Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
Construction is complete on the tallest addition to the Phoenix Biomedical Campus—the 10-story Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB) designed by CO Architects with Ayers Saint Gross.
This copper-clad laboratory complex in downtown Phoenix evokes the jagged and striated rock formations found in the American Southwest.
Cal Poly Pomona held a workshop to share the latest updates on the 2018 Master Plan.
Ayers Saint Gross ranks as #42 on Architect Magazine’s distinguished list.