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Rescuing the Crown Jewel of Amphitheaters

Live Nation commissioned the design/build team of EwingCole and Skanska, USA to restore the historic Nikon At Jones Beach Theater from the devastation following Superstorm Sandy.
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36 Hours in Philadelphia

The New York Times names the Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent a top Philadelphia cultural destination in the article

Following a complete interior renovation led by EwingCole, the museum showcases a collection of over 80,000 historical objects, art and artifacts related to Philadelphia and regional history.

 

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Preserving America’s Treasures

Designing Energy-Efficient Archival Storage Facilities

Read about how the design of Pod 3 and Pod 5 at the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Support Center integrates energy efficient solutions with the stringent requirements for long-term storage of diverse collections.

Natalie Miovski is HCD 10’s First Rising Star

EwingCole’s Bayhealth Pavilion Wins Best of Year

 “Can you believe this is a hospital? Look, it’s gorgeous!” – Juror comment
Philadelphia, PA (December 2012) –  EwingCole, one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering, and interior design firms, is pleased to announce that the firm’s design for Bayhealth Medical Center’s Phase II Pavilion has been recognized by Interior Design as Best of Year 2012 in the Health Care: Large category.

The work was honored on November 29, 2012, when over 800 designers and manufacturers gathered in New York City to celebrate the best projects and products of the year.

For this 7th annual event, Best of Year Project Design honorees were selected by Editor-in-Chief Cindy Allen and a jury of design leaders from four finalists in each of 45 categories, chosen from over 550 total submissions.

Present to receive the awards were Designer Saul Jabbawy, Architect Mary Frazier, Interior Designer Rebecca Ofsharick, and Structural Engineer Oscar Gomes.

Completed in March 2012, the $140 million, 391,000 sf project is designed as a base for a future seven-story patient tower. Connections to existing facilities resolve a campus strategy for the separation of operationally efficient service circulation from the clear wayfinding for public and patient flow. The program includes state-of-the-art emergency and trauma departments with a helipad. An integrated cancer center located just off the new entrance lobby houses radiation oncology, medical oncology and infusion, a central sterile department, compounding pharmacy and a conference and training center. The project had previously been awarded the “Best Interior Design 2012 Award” by the International Interior Design Association, PA, NJ & DE Chapter […]

Bayhealth Medical Center Winner In Healthcare

EwingCole’s design for Bayhealth Medical Center’s Pavilion was chosen among 550 submissions by

Interior Design as Best of Year 2012 in the Health Care: Large category.

Over 800 designers and manufacturers gathered in New York City to celebrate the best projects and products of the year. EwingCole’s design for Pocono Medical Center was a finalist in the Health Care: Small category.

EwingCole Expands Museum Team

Washington, DC (November 2012) – EwingCole, one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering, and interior design firms, is pleased to announce that museum designer Sarah Ghorbanian, LEED AP has joined the firm’s Washington, DC office.

“EwingCole’s ability to serve cultural institutions is enhanced with Sarah,” said Patrick Brunner, RA, managing principal of the DC office.  “Having her talent and skills on board enables us to expand the firm’s important work preserving, renovating and designing museums and cultural buildings.”

Ms. Ghorbanian will immediately join the EwingCole design teams for several Smithsonian Institution projects including the revitalization of the Anacostia Community Museum and the Education Center at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City.  Formerly Design Lead for the Museums & Community Studio of the international design and contracting firm AECOM in Arlington, VA, Ms. Ghorbanian has worked with the National Museums of American History, Natural History, Health & Medicine, the Marine Corps, and Women in the Arts, in addition to several projects with the National Gallery of Art and other cultural institutions nationwide.

“Sarah’s years of experience, commitment to service and complementary expertise will continue our growth and presence in the cultural market,” said Jeff Hirsch, AIA, LEED AP, principal and Cultural Practice Leader.

Ms. Ghorbanian is a member of the US Green Building Council and Northern Virginia Chapter of the AIA, and is active with the American Alliance of Museums.  She earned a Master of Architecture degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from The George Washington University, and an […]