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Burgess & Niple Inc.


700 Total Employees


Main Office
Columbus, OH

Additional Offices
Akron, OH
Austin, TX
Boise, ID
Cincinnati, OH
Dallas, TX
Evansville, ID
Fort Worth, TX
Harrisburg, PA
Houston, TX
Indianapolis, ID
Louisville, KY
Norfolk, VA
Orlando, FL
Painesville, OH
Parkersburg, WV
Phoenix, AZ
Portland, OR
Richmond, VA
San Antonio, TX
Tampa, FL
Washington DC

Architectural Design
Master Planning
Site Development
Environmental Sciences
Anti-Terrorism Force Protection
Landscape Architecture
Interior Design
Utilities Design
Paving Design
Sustainable Design
Energy Conservation


B&N was established in 1912. On the most fundamental level, their job is listening to clients and translating their visions into structures and infrastructure that work – today and long into the future. They are innovative problem solvers with extensive resources and an award-winning track record.

Source – http://www.burgessniple.com/AboutBN/

Selected Projects:

Sohar Airport, Oman

Clark State Sara T. Landess Center, Ohio

Anderson Center, Ohio

Red Robin Restaurant , Virginia

Discovery Bridge, Ohio


Written by Seita Goto

November 12, 2021 at 6:07 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Halcrow Inc.

8000 Total Employees



Elms House
43 Brook Green
London, United Kingdom

Additional Offices

Halcrow has 20 U.S. offices, and 76 international offices.
Please follow the link below to see all of Halcrow’s additional offices.

Operation and Maintenance of the Built Environment
Protection, Enhancement, and Maintenance of the Natural Environment


Halcrow’s pedigree stretches back to 1868 when Thomas Meik, one of the most knowledgeable men of his time on docks and harbour works, set up in practice as a consulting engineer.

Thomas Meik retired in 1888 and left the company in the hands of his two sons, Patrick and Charles and the company became Thomas Meik and Sons and later P.W. and C.S. Meik. Under the brothers the company continued to make steady progress with docks, harbours and railway projects preeminent.

In 1921 William Halcrow was taken into the partnership which in 1923 became known as C.S. Meik and Halcrow and then W.T. Halcrow and Partners in 1941.

To read more about Halcrow’s history, please visit their website cited below.

Source – http://www.halcrow.com/Who-we-are/History/

Selected Projects:

CityCenter, Las Vegas

Clyde Arc Bridge, Scotland

Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort, Abu Dhabi

Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar

Incheon Bridge, South Korea

Written by Seita Goto

January 19, 2012 at 7:47 am

Posted in Architects, Engineers




715 Kirk Drive
Kansas City, MO 64105
TEL: (816)-472-1201

Additional Offices:
Austin, Tx
Dallas, Tx
Fort Worth, Tx
Houston, Tx
Plano, Tx
Round Rock, Tx
San Antonio, Tx

Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
Denver, CO
Los Angeles, CA
Las Vegas, NV
Portland, OR

Construction Management
Design Build
Environmental Planning
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Program Management
Transit and Rail

Number of Employees:
3,400 Employees


Founded in 1914 as a railroad bridge design firm, HNTB developed a reputation for excellence and innovation in the infrastructure industry. In their earliest days, HNTB designed the first modern turnpike and a significant portion of the Interstate Highway System. Through the decades, HNTB has grown and diversified in both markets and in services provided to clients. Today, HNTB strives to exceed client expectations in the delivery of infrastructure to public and private owners and contractors.

Source – http://www.hntb.com/about-us/history

Selected Projects:

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Kansas City Convention and Entertainment Facilities

Rhode Island Convention Center

Invesco Field at Mile High, Denver

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Terminal D

Allegiant Stadium

Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement

Written by Seita Goto

January 19, 2012 at 7:12 am

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Tadao Ando Architect & Associates (安藤忠雄建築研究所)

Office Location

5-23 Toyosaki 2-Chome
Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan


Tel: 06-6375-1148


Annual Prize (1979)
Cultural Design Prize (1983)
Alvar Aalto Medal (1985)
Gold Medal of Architecture (1989)
Carlsberg Architectural Prize (1992)
Japan Art Academy Prize (1993)
Pritzker Architecture Prize (1995)
Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (1995)
Praemium Imperiale First “FRATE SOLE” Award in Architecture (1996)
Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (1997)
Royal Gold Medal (1997)
AIA Gold Medal (2002)
UIA Gold Medal (2005)
Order of Cultural Merit (2010)


Tadao Ando was born in Osaka, Japan on September 13, 1941. His career started off as a professional boxer, but he found his interest in architecture as he worked part time for a design firm. He is a self-educated architect who learned and found his own style of architecture by travelling, mostly in Europe, Africa, and the United States. He is unique in the sense that he has never received any professional training in the field, yet has worked himself up to the likes of Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier. He founded his office in 1969, and is currently Japan’s most recognized and respected architect.

Ando is well known for his exposed concrete design, as well as the integration of nature within his works. He focuses on blending in his work without disturbing the surroundings, and seeks “to create a space where people can live, think and create.” In one of his novel, Ando states that he was heavily influenced by the works of Le Corbusier, yet reiterate that he “interprets it in his own fashion”, signifying the importance of filtering what he perceives through his own experiences.

Selected Works

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth – Texas, USA (2002)

Church of Light – Osaka, Japan (1989)

4×4 HOUSE I, II – Osaka, Japan (2003)

Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum – Osaka, Japan (2001)

Maritime Museum Building – Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE (2008-current)

Written by Seita Goto

September 1, 2011 at 6:23 pm

Posted in Architects