Goody Clancy Firm News
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.
At this year’s Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) two Goody Clancy team members will present on compelling projects that exemplify 21st century challenges in planning and architecture. Associate Principal Todd Symonds will serve on a panel to discuss“Design Assist for MEP Coordination: a 360° View” and Urban Planner Phil Schaeffing will speak to “Design and Development Insights on […]
Laboratory Design posted an insightful article today on the recent advances and innovations in laboratory design and materials. Goody Clancy Director of Laboratory Planning Bernard Dooley was asked for his take on these advances through the lens of his extensive hands-on lab experience. As the article observes, “From casework, to flooring, to the use of […]
The International Facilities Management Association recognizes Goody Clancy’s commitment to sustainable design at the IFMA Boston Awards of Excellence. The Unitarian Universalist Association Headquarters earned the Best Practices in Sustainability Award. The LEED Platinum building optimizes water and energy efficiency, promotes green transportation options and consists of local, recyclable materials. We thank the UUA for […]
Two esteemed academic institutions have just commissioned Goody Clancy to provide architectural design services for pivotal spaces on their respective campuses. Goody Clancy architects are gearing up to work with Union College, a liberal arts institution in Schenectady, New York, to help bolster the value, versatility and vibrancy of their Reamer Campus Center. This building […]
April 1st marked an official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Integrated Sciences Complex, the first academic building to be added to the University of Massachusetts Boston campus in nearly forty years. Chancellor J. Keith Motley presided over the ceremony, inviting Mayor Martin Walsh, President Robert Caret, and figures in the academic community to speak about the future […]
Goody Clancy celebrates the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award for the Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse Restoration
The Conrad Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse has received a 2014 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award, the highest honor possible for excellence in preservation, from the New York Landmarks Conservancy. The 6-year exterior restoration of the monumental Romanesque Revival style building, owned by the U. S. General Services Administration (GSA), addressed approximately 75,000 square feet of […]
The Washington Business Journal provides an overview of Goody Clancy’s air rights recommendations for I-66 in Arlington, VA – an analysis completed by the firm as part of the ongoing Realize Rosslyn Sector Plan update. The article’s thesis – that air rights development in Rosslyn would be challenging and expensive, but worth considering – stems […]
Rob Chandler has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for his significant contributions to the profession. He joins the esteemed ranks of only 147 AIA members nationwide and four internationally that have been elevated this year to the prestigious College of Fellows. “To be recognized by the Jury of the […]
Goody Clancy Associate Principal, Arjun Mande, AIA, was interviewed for an Architect Magazine article highlighting wall systems innovations on projects across the country. The article describes building envelope strategies used by the Goody Clancy team at the Neuroscience Research Building at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse.