Four years after the team broke ground on the 12,000-sq-ft Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine in lower Manhattan to replace its beloved predecessor destroyed in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, it was not clear if work would finish.
The $156-million, 276,000-sq-ft Mountain View High School replaces the original facility that was built in 1981. Featuring safety and security updates, the new campus has a more compact footprint, with two- and three-story classroom wings, a gymnasium, auditorium, kitchen and cafeteria, media center, front offices, support space, collaboration areas and career and technical education spaces.
With the goal of relieving congestion and improving the overall experience for travelers, the Penn Station Long Island Rail Road concourse renovation preserved square footage for essential customer amenities—including retail and restrooms—while expanding public space by more than 15,000 sq ft.
Nine years after its groundbreaking—and 21 years after its predecessor was destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks—the 12,000-sq-ft Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine opened in 2022 in Manhattan as a compact marvel of design and craft quality, topped by an intricate structural steel dome with a translucent marble exterior.
Nashville’s $9-million, 18,500-sq-ft, two-story office building for the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is a 99% mass timber building that connects Middle Tennessee’s leading charities to funding and nonprofit support.