Goody Clancy Firm News
In two weeks Goody Clancy will be presented with an Urbanism Award from the New England Chapter of the Congress for New Urbanism. Our transit-oriented development (TOD) project for the villages of Glenbrook and Springdale in Stamford, CT is being honored for championing the path towards “good, strong New Urban development and improvements.” The plan hones in […]
Our planning and urban design practice was well-represented at this year’s Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) Conference, “Diverse & Dynamic: Planners & Places”. Principal David Spillane and Associate Principal Ben Carlson presented Providence and Hartford as case studies for “Restoring Vibrant Downtowns through Highway Transformation.” Senior Associate Amy Kaiser served up “Makerhoods: The Power of Funky,” a […]
“When we went and saw the building, we fell in love with it.” In this interview with the Boston Preservation Alliance, our own Todd Symonds and Arjun Mande plunge into the history and metamorphosis of the Alan and Sherry Leventhal Center at Boston University. The adaptive reuse of the International Style admissions building is LEED […]
“Radical common sense requires moving past our throwaway culture to a regenerative world that creatively and persistently embraces stewardship.” Goody Clancy’s Jean Carroon and Ben Carlson confront environmental realities and the importance of preservation in their piece “Old is the New Green.” Read the collaborative article here.
Goody Clancy’s renovation for the University of Virginia’s New Cabell Hall is officially LEED Gold Certified! The restoration for this historic building optimizes on natural light through interior glazing and a strategic use of materials, while updated systems increase energy efficiency. New Cabell Hall is now a more open and vibrant place, with an unmatched […]
We are pleased to announce that Ben Carlson and Amanda Sanders will be taking on new roles within the firm, as part of our ongoing effort to expand and strengthen our leadership team. Ben Carlson, LEED AP, Director of Urban Design, is being named an Associate Principal with increased responsibilities within our planning practice and an […]
We are excited to share an insightful in-depth profile of our Integrated Sciences Complex for UMass Boston, courtesy of Tradeline Inc. Find out all the particulars as well as how the building’s “science on display” design sets the stage for unprecedented STEM science collaboration and advancement. The state-of-the-art facility includes research lab space for the Biology, […]
Goody Clancy presents Glenbrook/Springdale Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Plan recommendations to Stamford, Connecticut Planning Board
Mitch Glass, Senior Urban Designer, presented the recommendations of the Glenbrook/Springdale transit-oriented development (TOD) plan to the City of Stamford’s Planning Board on June 9, 2015. The plan highlights major opportunities to advance mixed-use transit oriented development within urban village centers around two Metro-North stations on the New Canaan Branch Line. The planning process has […]
Amy Kaiser and David Spillane along with Burlington planning director David White presented the draft to a capacity crowd at ArtsRiot in Burlington’s the South End. The draft master plan, plan BTV South End, represents a year of work and collaboration with the Burlington community. Home to one of New England’s most dynamic arts communities, the South […]
This week Tradeline Inc released an in-depth profile of our Neuroscience Research Building for the SUNY Upstate Medical University. Known as “the chameleon building” for its ever-changing exterior color, the building provides cutting-edge research facilities and fosters a new sense of connectivity and flexibility for and between disciplines. Learn more here.