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    BNIM - AIA Firm of the Year

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    Past recipients of the AIA Architecture Firm Award include Pugh + Scarpa Architects (now Brooks + Scarpa Architects) in 2010; Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects (now Olson Kundig Architects) in 2009; Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) in both 1996 and 1962, the award's first year; Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in 1990; Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown (now Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates) in 1985; and Harry Weese & Associates in 1978.

    BNIM received the 2011 AIA Architecture Firm Award on May 12, 2011, at the AIA National Convention and Design Exposition in New Orleans, Louisiana.

    More by BNIM

    These are some additional projects of interest from BNIM's extensive, diverse portfolio.

    Lewis and Clark State Office Building

    Missouri Department of Natural Resources
    Jefferson City, Missouri
    120,000 square feet (11,000 square meters)
    Completed 2005
    LEED Platinum-certified

    Fayez S. Sarofim Research Building

    University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
    Houston, Texas
    229,250 square feet (21,300 square meters)
    Completed 2006
    Designed with Burt Hill as lab and MEP consultant
    Featured in ArchitectureWeek No. 303

    Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Kansas City Service Center

    (integrating existing 1933 Main Post Office)
    Kansas City, Missouri
    1.14 million square feet (106,000 square meters)
    Completed 2006
    LEED-certified
    Designed with 360 Architecture
    AIA/COTE Top Ten Green Projects 2008 Honorable Mention
    Discussed in ArchitectureWeek No. 380

    Kansas City Convention Center

    Conference Center expansion (ballroom)
    Kansas City, Missouri
    130,000 square feet (12,000 square meters)
    Completed 2007
    LEED Silver-certified
    Designed by a joint venture including BNIM and HNTB

    North Charleston Sustainable Community Redevelopment

    North Charleston, South Carolina
    Completion estimated for 2020
    Designed with Burt Hill
    ASLA Award of Excellence 2005 for study
    Discussed in ArchitectureWeek No. 255 and No. 283

    Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art - Renovation

    For the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, BNIM served as design architect on the 2007 renovation of the existing museum building.

    Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art - Bloch Building

    BNIM served as architect of record for the new Bloch Building by Steven Holl Architects. The project was featured in ArchitectureWeek No. 348.

    Consulting Projects

    C.K. Choi Center for Asian Research

    BNIM served as sustainable design consultant on the C.K. Choi Center for Asian Research (1996) at the University of British Columbia-Vancouver, by Matsuzaki Wright Architects.

    Heifer International Headquarters

    BNIM was the sustainable design consultant for the LEED Platinum-certified Heifer International Headquarters (2006) in Little Rock, Arkansas, by Polk Stanley Rowland Curzon Porter Architects, featured in ArchitectureWeek No. 328.

    Brian Libby is a Portland, Oregon-based freelance writer who has also published in Metropolis, Architectural Record, the Christian Science Monitor, and the New York Times.   More by Brian Libby

     

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    The expansive IRS Kansas City Service Center (2006), by BNIM and 360 Architecture, received an honorable mention in the 2008 AIA/COTE Top Ten Green Projects list.
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    BNIM was part of a joint venture with HNTB for a 130,000-square-foot (12,100-square-meter), LEED Silver-certified expansion (2007) of the conference center at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
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    The conference center addition straddles a major freeway and includes a 46,000-square-foot (4,300-square-meter) ballroom.
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    For the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, BNIM served as design architect for the renovation of the museum's existing building, and as architect of record for the new Bloch Building (2007) designed by Steven Holl Architects.
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    BNIM designed a 2004 interior renovation of the finance office and an atrium at the Bannister Federal Complex in Kansas City, Missouri.
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    Midwestern Retreat (2010) is a 6,000-square-foot (560-square-meter) residence built on a 700-acre (280-hectare) site in rural Iowa.
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    BNIM designed new facilities (2005) for Camp Naish, a Boy Scout camp near Bonner Springs, Kansas.
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    An early-2000s plaza and lobby renovation and addition project for the 18-story Richard Bolling Federal Building was designed by BNIM.
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    BNIM has contributed to the Make It Right project at several steps, including the creation of design proposals for single-family and duplex residences, and a pilot design for a new streetscape within the redevelopment area in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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    Section-perspective drawing of a duplex design for Make It Right by BNIM.
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