On Thursday, November 16, Principal Matthew Broderick and Principal/Senior Interior Susanne Angarano will present "Magnify the Impact: Engaging Faculty and Students in the Living Building Challenge Design Process" at the 2017 State of New York Sustainability Conference at SUNY Cortland by the New York Coalition for Sustainability in Higher Education. They will be joined by Panel Mischen, Faculty Advisor to the President and Associate Professor at Binghamton University and Danielle Moyer, a Sustainable Communities Master's student at Binghamton University.
The New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) held a Women's Initiative: Supporting Women in Leadership conference on November 2-3, 2017 in Watkins Glen. Principal/Vice President Sandra March was a featured speaker and presented "Leading from Your Heart."
On Monday, October 30, Principal/Senior Interior Designer Susanne Angarano and Project Architect Jason Evans will present"Planning and Design Considerations for Effective Business Incubators" at the ERAPPA Conference in Washington, DC. ERAPPA is the Eastern Region of APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities. The annual ERAPPA conference is a premier educational event for facilities professionals in education. They will be joined by Daniel Mori, Director of Business Incubation at Binghamton University, and David Meyer, Principal at Pathfinder Engineers.
On Friday, October 27, AIA Central New York held their annual Celebration of Architecture at the Hotel Syracuse. Two Ashley McGraw projects were recognized, Syracuse University Falk College’s Department of Public Health, Food Studies, and Nutrition and the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator. AIA CNY, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, recognizes outstanding works of architecture through its annual design awards program. The purpose of the program is to celebrate achievements in design excellence by Architects in the Central New York region; and to honor the architects, clients and consultants who work together to create and enhance our built environment.
On Thursday, October 12, Principal Nicholas Signorelli presented at the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) Annual Convention and Educational Expo in Lake Placid, New York. The session, "Using Nature to Inspire Learning in a Rural School District" discussed how South Kortright Central School District has implemented hands-on educational initiatives around nature, agriculture and environmental studies in their curriculum. Joined by Superintendent Patricia Norton-White and Middle School Science Teacher William Parker, the session demonstrated how these initiatives can be adapted in other districts and potential value they offer to students, teachers and the community.
On Friday, September 29, Project Architects and Certified Passive House Consultants Christina Aßmann and Nicole Schuster will present "Passive House + Living Building: Combining Rigorous Building Standards for Maximum Benefit" at the 12th Annual North American Passive House Conference in Seattle, Washington.
Ashley McGraw Architects is pleased to announce that Sean Falconer has passed his Architectural Registration Exam and completed the requirements to become a licensed architect in the State of New York.
On Monday, September 25, Principal Nicholas Signorelli presented at the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) Fall Leadership Summit with Windsor Central School District Superintendent Dr. Jason Andrews on "Mythic Notions: Campfire, Cave, Watering Hole and Life - How Do These Influence the Design and Delivery of STE(A)M Education?"
Ashley McGraw was featured in Building Design+Construction’s annual Giants 300 report. For 40 years, the editors of Building Design+Construction have ranked the nation's largest AEC firms as part of the Giants 300 report. Data for the Giants 300 charts is based on information supplied by the respective firms. Firms are asked to verify the accuracy of their data.
Matthew Broderick, Principal, and Susanne Angarano, Senior Interior Designer, presented at the 15th Annual New York State Green Building Conference on Friday, March 31, 2017 at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown.
Edward McGraw, President/Chief Executive Officer, and Calvin Ahn, Associate Principal/Senior Project Manager, presented “Using Whole Systems Thinking in High Performance Design: The New MacArthur Elementary School” at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s (NESEA) BuildingEnergy Boston 2017 conference.
The new MacArthur Elementary School at Binghamton City School District is featured in the Spring 2017 issue of BuildingEnergy, the magazine of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA). The project is featured as a case study in High Performance School design.
Ashley McGraw recently joined several United States architectural firms in joining the Architects Advocate for Action on Climate Change. As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities, and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we advocate for action on Climate Change. Join us in supporting candidates for public office who affirm climate science and are dedicated to enacting meaningful and needed legislation.
Foodservice Equipment Reports recently featured Syracuse University’s Falk College Susan R. Klenk Learning Café. The new facility includes an experimental food lab kitchen, commercial kitchen, baking nook and café.
Congratulations to Jason Evans who was announced as one of the 2016 40 Under 40 honorees by the Central New York Business Journal/BizEventz! He was recognized at the awards luncheon on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at the Oncenter.
On Friday, November 4, 2016, AIA Central New York held their annual Celebration of Architecture at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown. AIA CNY, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, recognizes outstanding works of architecture through its annual design awards program.
The 2016 Architectural Portfolio has been released by American School & University with Binghamton City School District’s New MacArthur Elementary School earning one of the grand prizes – the William W. Caudill Citation – for the top K-12 honor.
Thank you to the LaFayette Central School District’s Big Picture School for coming to our office on July 20, 2016 to learn about the various career paths at an architectural firm! They learned about careers in architecture, information technology, marketing, and office management (accounting/human resources).
On Thursday, May 26, 2016, the Liverpool Central School District held a ceremonial ground breaking to kick off the renovations of the Chestnut Hill Elementary and Chestnut Hill Middle School. Representatives from the District, Chestnut Hill Middle School Parent Teacher Group, Chestnut Hill Middle School Student Council, Ashley McGraw Architects, and Lend Lease celebrated the beginning of the project.