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.
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.
Five seven-story residential buildings comprise the new student housing community at UC Irvine completed in August 2022. It also includes a 15,996-sq-ft community building, a 10,311-sq-ft maintenance and operations facility and a 253,442-sq-ft, 853-stall parking structure.
The $1.15-billion transformation of Seattle’s iconic KeyArena into the Climate Pledge Arena required keeping its 45-million-lb roof in place during construction and removing and replacing its curtain wall.
More than 10 years in the making, Bay View represents the first time Google developed one of its own major campuses, with the goal to rethink how building systems integrate with nature to provide healthy, sustainable places for people to work.
To reinforce what the submission says is this insurance firm’s commitment to collaboration and open communication with its 400 employees, the project team sought to create an interconnecting stadium stair that would double as a town hall gathering area for the staff as part of this three-level, 100,000-sq-ft office renovation.
Focused on preserving the past, the design and construction team—with more than 800 tradespeople from 56 trade partners—delivered a historic piece of architecture ahead of time and under budget in December 2021.