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    Baltimore · 2005.0913
    Brian C. Berry, Allison A. Decker, and Madhuri Subramaniam have joined the architectural staff of GWWO, Inc./ Architects of Baltimore, Maryland.†Berry is a member of the design team for historic documentation and renovations to Lockwood House, a significant Civil War-era structure in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.†Decker serves as a member of the design team for an addition and renovations to Kenwood High School in Baltimore County. Subramaniam is a member of the design team for renovations to Dunbar High School in Baltimore City.

    San Diego · 2005.0912
    Construction has been completed on a 2,513-square-foot Jack in the Box restaurant in Margarita Square, in Murrieta, California.† San Diego, California-based Lyons Warren provided complete architectural and structural engineering services for the project. †The one-story, wood-framed building features a drive-thru and incorporates an architectural style complementary to the shopping centerís design. The restaurant has seating for 68 people in the interior dining area.†The project team for Lyons Warren included Steve Schneider, structural engineer, and Tracy Lindquist, architect.

    Manhattan · 2005.0911
    Six months after the death of Philip Johnson, a celebrated American architect, the final residential building of his career has begun construction in tribute to his most enduring achievement: The Urban Glass House, designed and named by Johnson and architectural partner Alan Ritchie. The Urban Glass House, scheduled for completion in late summer 2006, is a twelve-story steel and glass structure under construction in Manhattan, New York. It will contain forty residences ranging in size from 1,400 to 4,300 square feet. The developers of The Urban Glass House commissioned Annabelle Selldorf of Selldorf Architects LLC, to complete the interior architecture of the building.

    Hoffman Estates · 2005.0907
    Construction has completed on I-CAR's new corporate headquarters in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Loebl Schlossman & Hackl provided planning, architecture, and interior design services on the project. The principal-in-charge was Jeffrey Liggett, AIA, IIDA. Located in a low-lying area of the site's natural topography, the building was designed with highly articulated load-bearing precast panels to provide depth in the facades. The 25,000-square-foot facility includes classroom and training facilities, computer room, mail room, storage areas, and office space for executives, administration, and marketing.

    Los Angeles · 2005.0906
    CO Architects, a Los Angeles, California architectural and planning firm, has announced the promotions of eight staff members. Eyal Perchik and James Simeo were named associate principal. Perchik is a senior project architect for healthcare and joined the firm in 2001. Simeo, who joined the firm in 1993, is a senior project architect serving the academic, science, technology and healthcare sectors. Promoted to senior associate were Dean Hamanaka, medical planner; Frank Mihelcic, information technology services director; Frances Moore, project architect; and Hugh Nathanson, senior project manager. Promoted to associate were Jonathan Kanda, project architect, and Christine Krueger, marketing manager.

    Stamford · 2005.0826
    The Board of Directors of Perkins Eastman has announced the addition of Mark Markiewicz, AIA, as a principal of the firm's Stamford, Conneticut office. Markiewicz has 30 years of professional experience on projects across the United States and abroad in a diverse range of building types. Prior to joining Perkins Eastman, Markiewicz was a principal at Zimmer Gunsul Frasca (ZGF) from 2002 to 2005. His experience includes master planning and architectural and interior design.

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