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Clark – Nexsen PC


500 Total Employees
Employees use AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit Architecture and Revit MEP.


Corporate Headquarters
6160 Kempsville Circle, Ste. 200
Norfolk, VA 23502

Other Locations
Richmond and Roanoke, Virginia
Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina
Washington, DC
Atlanta, Brunswick, and Macon, Georgia


Architecture Planning/Design
Landscape Architecture
Lighting Studio
Sustainability Planning


Although originally founded in 1920 by Pendleton Clark, Clark Nexsen formed in 1980.  During the eight decades since its inception, the firm has planned and designed a wide variety of projects.  Some of the firm’s most impressive achievements include design excellence coupled with cost control and quality control.  The firm has won 11 design awards in the past 10 years.

Selected Works

Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center

Germanna Community College

Sitter and Barfoot Veterans Care Center

Conference Center

Virginia Institute of Marine Science


Written by Caroline Hunt

January 18, 2012 at 8:45 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

CDM Smith


6,000 Total Employees


Corporate Headquarters
50 Hampshire Street
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA

CDM Smith also has over 120 other offices around the world.


Solutions in the areas of water, environment, transportation, energy, and facilities to public and private clients, including:


CDM Smith emerged following World War II in 1947 with a vision to advance environmental stewardship, public health protection, commerce, and infrastructure development.

Thomas Camp pioneered drinking water treatment technologies, Jack McKee advanced approaches in water quality protection and groundwater recharge, and Herman Dresser established the character and business practices of the firm.  They worked together with Wilbur Smith Associates to diversify their service portfolios to meet the evolving needs of public and private clients.

In 2011, CDM and Wilbur Smith Associates joined forces to become CDM Smith.  Currently, CDM Smith is 6,000 employees strong.

Selected Projects:

Sylvenstein Dam

Roberts Playground and Dorchester Education Complex

William A. Jones III Building

Household Products and Electronics Recycling Center

I-485 Outer Loop Infrastructure Improvements

Written by Caroline Hunt

January 18, 2012 at 7:54 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

Antoine Predock Architect

Main Office:

300 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 843-7390

Additional Offices:
Los Angeles
Shanghai (In Development)

 “My investigations are without boundaries…. examining physical place [and] cultural  strata.” -Antoine Predock (architecturaldigest.com)

Antoine Predock, the principle of Antoine Predock Architect PC, established his studio in 1967 after accumulating both an engineering and architecture degree.  Beginning in Albuquerque, New Mexico,  Predock’s firm quickly grew to gain national attention with the La Luz  community and the design of the Nelson Fine Arts Center at Arizona State University.  Predock’s designs are highly influenced by his foundation and history in New Mexico- Drawing from the local landscape, he creates a spiritual interaction between the individual and the building.  Regional identification plays a strong role in his design concepts and analysis.

The firm is now 24 members strong and its influence reaches much further from its roots in New Mexico, with internationally recognized museums, university buildings, and residencies across the world.  Predock has received numerous awards, including the Rome Prize in 1985, the AIA Gold Medal in 2006, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in 2007.

Selected Projects:

Austin City Hall – Austin, Texas, USA

Shadow House – Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

National Palace Museum – Chiayi County, Taiwan

Canadian Museum for Human Rights – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Trinity River Audubon Center – Dallas, Texas, USA

Written by Caroline Hunt

August 30, 2011 at 9:05 pm

Posted in Architects