GSK at the Navy Yard featured in WorkDesign Magazine
GSK at the Navy Yard featured in WorkDesign Magazine

December 2013

In February 2013, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) consolidated 800,000 square feet into 208,000 whileimplementing its SMART Working Initiative program, which:1. Eliminated hierarchical barriers by removing individual offices and cubicles. All 1,300 employees now share workstations, meeting spaces, quiet rooms, and social areas ...

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Science and Technology Leader Stanley Stark, FAIA, Joins Francis Cauffman as Principal
Science and Technology Leader Stanley Stark, FAIA, Joins Francis Cauffman as Principal

February 10, 2014

New York, NY - Francis Cauffman, the award-winning architecture firm, announces that Stanley Stark, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP, has been appointed to the position of Principal, Science and Technology. Stark is an award-winning architect with over 40 years of experience in the planning and design of science, technology, and ...

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RIT Institute Hall Featured in Arthitectural
RIT Institute Hall Featured in Arthitectural

December 19, 2013

Housing brand-new science departments, the brick-and-glass Institute Hall creates a prototype for the academic science classroom of the future. Francis Cauffman announces the official opening of landmark new science facility, Institute Hall. The 78,000-sq.-ft., $26 million research building houses RIT’s ...

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GSK - Transparency Beyond Industry Standards
GSK - Transparency Beyond Industry Standards

December 16, 2013

GSK has eliminated a way of working that is protected by the tough security common in the industry. and created a freer relationship both inside and outside the company and a more open working style. However, this was not born from idealistic thinking but through realistic discussions about results. The concept ...

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RIT Institute Hall Featured in Laboratory Design News
RIT Institute Hall Featured in Laboratory Design News

December 2013

RIT's chemical and biomedical engineering departments are housed with the new building which incorporates lounge and study spaces with labs, classrooms and faculty offices. Institute Hall also completes a new science quad on campus, joining three other new buildings.The building includes 12,750 sf of dedicated ...

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No Cubes? No Problem
No Cubes? No Problem

Casey Laughman, December 2013

GlaxoSmithKline's new, double LEED Platinum-certified U.S. headquarters has transformed the way employees work.If GlaxoSmithKline CEO Andrew Witty hadn't decided to go for a walk at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, GSK's U.S. headquarters might very well still be located among downtown Philadelphia's ...

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2013 Market Winner: Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor by Francis Cauffman
2013 Market Winner: Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor by Francis Cauffman

Katie Holcomb, November 11, 2013

As the winners of the 2013 Design is … Award Market Award, Shaw Contract Group winning firms interviewed as part of a section of Shaw Contract Group blog which will last a year. Throughout the year, readers can learn more about the 48 winning projects and the individuals who perform them. These are their ...

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Rochester Institute of Technology’s New Institute Hall A Game-Changer For The Sciences
Rochester Institute of Technology’s New Institute Hall A Game-Changer For The Sciences

October 10, 2013

Housing brand-new science departments, the brick-and-glass Institute Hall creates a prototype for the academic science classroom of the future.ROCHESTER, NY—Francis Cauffman announces the official opening of landmark new science facility, Institute Hall. The 78,000-sq.-ft., $26 million research building houses ...

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New Cancer Center Offers Holistic Approach to Patient-Centered Care
New Cancer Center Offers Holistic Approach to Patient-Centered Care

October 7, 2013

MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper improves the patient experience, easing the treatment process and promoting healing through a design that combines high-powered efficiency and effectiveness with special touches that meet patients’ needs.CAMDEN, NJ—MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden, NJ, ...

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Workplace of the Future by Francis Cauffman Wins Award for Interior Design
Workplace of the Future by Francis Cauffman Wins Award for Interior Design

July 28, 2013

The PA/NJ/DE Chapter of the International Interior Design Associahon (IIDA) presented architecture firm Francis Cauffman with its Exemplary Element Award of 2013 for the new North American facility of global pharmaceuticals company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). The project is located at 5 Crescent Drive at the Navy Yard in ...

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GlaxoSmithKline and Liberty Property Trust/Synterra Partners Transform the Work Environment with the Opening of Five Crescent Drive
GlaxoSmithKline and Liberty Property Trust/Synterra Partners Transform the Work Environment with the Opening of Five Crescent Drive

April 5, 2013

208,000 square foot building houses 1,300 employees – and not a single officePHILADELPHIA, PA – ...

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A Prescription for Energy Efficiency
A Prescription for Energy Efficiency

Gloria Cascarino, March 2013

In order to maintain competitiveness and profitability, healthcare systems must balance rising energy costs with increased needs for advanced technology. But is it possible for hospitals to increase their use of energy-intensive medical equipment while also reducing energy consumption?Each year healthcare systems ...

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Francis Cauffman Wins Marketing Excellence Award for Website
Francis Cauffman Wins Marketing Excellence Award for Website

December 7, 2012

On December 6, Francis Cauffman won a ZweigWhite 2012 Marketing Excellence Award for the firm's new website www.franciscauffman.com, which launched in January 2012. The Marketing Excellence Awards are presented to firms that have created exceptional marketing campaigns in seven categories including website, social ...

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Francis Cauffman Appoints Steven Stainbrook As Director of Higher Education
Francis Cauffman Appoints Steven Stainbrook As Director of Higher Education

November 27, 2012

New York, NY – Architecture firm Francis Cauffman has appointed Steven Stainbrook, AICP, as its new Director of Higher Education to grow its comprehensive design and planning services to academic institutions nationwide. Stainbrook has 16 years of experience as a strategic planner and urban designer working on ...

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Transforming a community Francis Cauffman completes new critical care building in New Jersey
Transforming a community Francis Cauffman completes new critical care building in New Jersey

September 26, 2012

A vacant, two-story department store in Norristown, Pa. became a blank canvas for USM Inc., a national service provider for facilities maintenance and management services, as it looked to relocate its headquarters. With ...

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Renovation of an Aging Urban Building into Multi-Purpose Office Space
Renovation of an Aging Urban Building into Multi-Purpose Office Space

Laura Dyer, September 24, 2012

Aging buildings can have at least two lives – through adaptive reuse, they can become vibrant office, retail, and mixed-use spaces. From cookie factories to department stores to courthouses, all types of buildings can be updated to meet the needs of today’s demanding markets. Renovation of abandoned ...

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Workplace Of The Future by Francis Cauffman Wins Award For Interior Design
Workplace Of The Future by Francis Cauffman Wins Award For Interior Design

July 22, 2013

Philadelphia, PA – The PA/NJ/DE Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) presented architecture firm Francis Cauffman with its Exemplary Element Award of 2013 for the new North American facility of global pharmaceuticals company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). The project is located at 5 Crescent ...

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 Francis Cauffman Healthcare Interior Design Leader Named To Prestigious Advisory Council
Francis Cauffman Healthcare Interior Design Leader Named To Prestigious Advisory Council

July 8, 2013

Senior Associate Haley Driscoll, IIDA, and 14 other healthcare design industry leaders will meet twice a year to advise Interior Design on trends and issues in healthcare and wellness. Philadelphia, PA – Award-winning architecture firm Francis Cauffman announced that Senior Associate Haley Driscoll, IIDA, ...

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 Francis Cauffman Appoints Michael Bonomo as Principal, Interior Environments
Francis Cauffman Appoints Michael Bonomo as Principal, Interior Environments

May 20, 2013

New York, NY – Francis Cauffman, the award-winning architecture firm, announces that Michael Bonomo has been promoted to firmwide Principal, Interior Environments. For the last 15 years, Bonomo has designed award-winning workspaces for prominent national and international clients. His work includes retail, ...

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Case Study: Clinical and Translational Science Building, Part III
Case Study: Clinical and Translational Science Building, Part III

Lisa Taylor, May 31, 2012

 This final article in a three-part series on the University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Building provides an overview of the collaborative design process that led to the facility’s efficient mechanical and electrical infrastructure.  The University of Rochester’s ...

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Case Study: Clinical and Translational Science Building, Part II
Case Study: Clinical and Translational Science Building, Part II

Lisa Taylor, May 16, 2012

This second article in a three-part series on the University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Building addresses the strategies Francis Cauffman used to achieve LEED Gold certification. When designing the Clinical and Translational Science Building (CTSB) in Rochester, NY, Francis Cauffman ...

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Case Study: Clinical and Translational Science Building, Part I
Case Study: Clinical and Translational Science Building, Part I

Lisa Taylor, May 14, 2012

Francis Cauffman designs a medical facility for the University of Rochester which unites research with practice.  This first article in a three-part series on the University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Building provides an overview of the workplace strategies Francis Cauffman used ...

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Transforming a community
Transforming a community

April 26, 2012

 Francis Cauffman completes new critical care building in New Jersey As part of a master plan to provide better and more accessible  healthcare to an underserved community in Paterson, NJ, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center was transformed when Francis Cauffman completed a new critical care ...

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Century-old courthouse renovated for Delaware law firm offices
Century-old courthouse renovated for Delaware law firm offices

BD+C Staff, April 20, 2012

To account for future expansion, Francis Cauffman developed a plan to accommodate the addition of an 8-story tower to the building. Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP moved into its new headquarters, a former Federal building, after extensive renovations by architecture firm Francis Cauffman. Young Conaway ...

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LAWYERS RAISE THE BAR FOR DESIGN; LAW FIRM MOVES INTO HISTORIC COURTHOUSE
LAWYERS RAISE THE BAR FOR DESIGN; LAW FIRM MOVES INTO HISTORIC COURTHOUSE

March 8, 2012

Philadelphia, PA – Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP moved into its new headquarters, a former Federal building, after extensive renovations by architecture firm Francis Cauffman. Young Conaway is the sole tenant of the notable Daniel L. Herrmann Courthouse in downtown Wilmington. The 233,880-sq.-ft. ...

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GlaxoSmithKline and Liberty Property Trust/Synterra Partners Transform the Work Environment with the Opening of Five Crescent Drive
GlaxoSmithKline and Liberty Property Trust/Synterra Partners Transform the Work Environment with the Opening of Five Crescent Drive

April 5, 2013

208,000 square foot building houses 1,300 employees – and not a single office PHILADELPHIA, PA ...

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Saunders Research Building is University of Rochester's First LEED Gold Building
Saunders Research Building is University of Rochester's First LEED Gold Building

Lauri Zimmer, September 24, 2012

The University of Rochester’s new medical research center is not just helping to cure illness, but it is also tending to the environment with a LEED Gold construction. Designed by Francis Cauffman, the Saunders Research Building combines sustainable features with a comfortable co-working design. The medical ...

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President of Francis Cauffman Jim Crispino Discusses Health Care Construction in NYC
President of Francis Cauffman Jim Crispino Discusses Health Care Construction in NYC

March 8, 2012

Listen to Crispino provide an in-depth look at the current and future outlook of the healthcare development industry, focusing on New York’s major healthcare institutions. He was part of an expert panel that discussed best practices from New York’s leading healthcare institutions. The Building Trades ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN HIRES PROJECT MANAGER FOR CORPORATE PROJECTS
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN HIRES PROJECT MANAGER FOR CORPORATE PROJECTS

February 20, 2013

New York, NY – Award-winning architecture firm Francis Cauffman has hired Jeremiah Hancock, Associate AIA, LEED AP, as a project manager for corporate interiors projects. Hancock will be responsible for managing several of Francis Cauffman’s New York projects for clients such as AOL and Spotify. ...

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From rags to enrichment: Remodeling vivariums to fit new protocols for canines, nonhuman primates
From rags to enrichment: Remodeling vivariums to fit new protocols for canines, nonhuman primates

Jennifer N. Browne, February 13, 2012

In light of new guidelines that govern the accreditation of animal laboratories, facility managers are reassessing their lab environments. These guidelines are outlined in the 2010 edition of the Guide for the Care ...

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 The Right Angle - Michael Bonomo interviews AOL’s Larry Sadler
The Right Angle - Michael Bonomo interviews AOL’s Larry Sadler

January 6, 2012

Francis Cauffman’s Michael Bonomo interviews AOL’s Larry Sadler about workplace design. The Right Angle is a series of conversations between Francis Cauffman experts and industry leaders. Part 1 of the interview can be found at:http://youtu.be/lXJm1NK6FxQ Part 2 of the interview can be found ...

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Critical Care Brought to New Heights
Critical Care Brought to New Heights

Barbara Horwitz-Bennett, Winter 2012

More than just a state-of-the-art critical care building, St. Joseph’s newest facility addition is helping to revitalize the sleepy suburb of Paterson, New Jersey. The new St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Critical Care Building is not only breathing new life into Paterson, new Jersey, but putting ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN PROMOTES STAFF WITH EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN AND CLIENT SERVICES
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN PROMOTES STAFF WITH EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN AND CLIENT SERVICES

December 8, 2011

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. – Francis Cauffman, the award-winning architecture firm with offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., has promoted five members of its staff who have demonstrated excellence in design and an exceptional commitment to their clients. New Senior Associates are Mary Carroll, and ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE A/E/C INDUSTRY’S FASTEST GROWING FIRMS
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE A/E/C INDUSTRY’S FASTEST GROWING FIRMS

December 6, 2011

 The architecture firm is named a ZweigWhite Hot Firm for 2011 NEW YORK, NY – For the second time in three years, architecture firm Francis Cauffman has been named to the annual ZweigWhite Hot Firm List. Management consulting and research firm, ZweigWhite, created the Hot Firm List in 2000 to recognize ...

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Francis Cauffman Interior Design Leader Named To Prestigious Advisory Board
Francis Cauffman Interior Design Leader Named To Prestigious Advisory Board

January 17, 2013

New York, NY – Award-winning architecture firm Francis Cauffman announced that its Director of Corporate Interiors for New York, Michael Bonomo, IIDA, has been appointed to Contract magazine’s editorial advisory board by editor-in-chief John Czarnecki. Bonomo, along with six other new members, will sit on ...

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French company establishes North American headquarters designed by Francis Cauffman
French company establishes North American headquarters designed by Francis Cauffman

November 6, 2012

NEW YORK, NY – Architecture firm Francis Cauffman announced today that the city of Newark, New Jersey has approved its design for French company Biotrial’s new North American headquarters in Newark’s University Heights Science Park. This district is part of Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s urban ...

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Courthouse Converted into Law Firm’s Headquarters Wins Best Interior Design Award
Courthouse Converted into Law Firm’s Headquarters Wins Best Interior Design Award

June 25, 2012

 Philadelphia, PA – The PA/NJ/DE Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) presented architecture firm Francis Cauffman with its Best Interior Design Award of 2012 for the new headquarters of law firm Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP in Wilmington, DE. This is the ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN APPOINTS LESLIE FARRELL AS DIRECTOR OF CLIENT DEVELOPMENT FOR NEW YORK
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN APPOINTS LESLIE FARRELL AS DIRECTOR OF CLIENT DEVELOPMENT FOR NEW YORK

May 30, 2012

 New York, NY – Architecture firm Francis Cauffman has appointed Leslie Farrell as the new Director of Client Development for its New York office. Ms. Farrell has more than 15 years of experience in client development and marketing in New York and has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies. ...

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The Cooper Cancer Institute breaks ground, bringing Cooper University Hospital’s initiative to be a regional health science campus closer to reality
The Cooper Cancer Institute breaks ground, bringing Cooper University Hospital’s initiative to be a regional health science campus closer to reality

May 15, 2012

 CAMDEN, NJ – The Cooper Cancer Institute (CCI), which completes an important new gateway for the Cooper ...

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More Than 'Art'
More Than 'Art'

By Sara Gally, March 2, 2012

 Not just a picture on a wall Art has taken on many forms and functions in healthcare design. When used effectively, art has a profound potential to change how patients, visitors, and staff perceive, interpret, and react to the spaces around them.  We already know through evidence-based design ...

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Researchers at University of Rochester “See the Light” in Francis Cauffman’s LEED Gold Building
Researchers at University of Rochester “See the Light” in Francis Cauffman’s LEED Gold Building

March 8, 2012

 The University of Rochester’s Saunders Research Building is the architecture firm’s latest medical research building to achieve LEED Gold certification status with a design that promotes ...

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And There Was Light
And There Was Light

Robert Nieminen, March 2012

Natural and artificial light plays a key role in the expansion of St. Joseph’s Health Systems’ medical campus in Patterson, N.J., which serves as a new portal to the highest quality of care in a calming and healing environment.It is an indisputable fact that humans cannot exist without light. Our survival ...

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Reinventing the Suburban Campus
Reinventing the Suburban Campus

September 2011

Francis Cauffman completed the first phase of the Almac Group’s new North American headquarters. Inspired by the company’s Irish roots, the design team has taken elements from North American and European office cultures and combined them into one building.The result is not a typical office park: ...

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Irish Inspiration
Irish Inspiration

August 2011

Design team takes reference from client's Irish roots for major North American HQ Francis Cauffman has completed of the first phase of the Almac Group’s new North American headquarters. Inspired by the company’s Irish roots, the design team has taken elements from North American and European office ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN WINS, FOR CORPORATE AND HEALTHCARE PROJECTS, TWO ANNUAL IIDA DESIGN AWARDS
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN WINS, FOR CORPORATE AND HEALTHCARE PROJECTS, TWO ANNUAL IIDA DESIGN AWARDS

August 2011

Philadelphia, PA – Francis Cauffman announces that the PA/NJ/DE Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has presented the architecture firm with two awards: the Best Interior Design of 2011 ...

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Francis Cauffman Reinvents the Typical Suburban Campus
Francis Cauffman Reinvents the Typical Suburban Campus

July 2011

It’s not a typical office park: it’s an open and transparent headquarters in a suburban setting that consolidates the Almac Group’s North American businesses in one location. the completion of the first phase of the Almac Group’s new North American headquarters. Inspired by the company’s ...

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Francis Cauffman Reinvents the Typical Suburban Campus
Francis Cauffman Reinvents the Typical Suburban Campus

July 2011

It’s not a typical office park: it’s an open and transparent headquarters in a suburban setting that consolidates the Almac Group’s North American businesses in one location. the completion of the first phase of the Almac Group’s new North American headquarters. Inspired by the company’s ...

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Teamwork Bringing Better Healthcare to Urban Residents
Teamwork Bringing Better Healthcare to Urban Residents

July 2011

A plan for redeveloping St. Joseph’s Health System (SJHS) in Paterson, NJ, is starting to become a reality: the first signs of changes are starting to surface. A two-story lobby that connects its new critical care building (which will officially open in September) and the children’s hospital – ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN APPOINTS MICHAEL BONOMO AS  DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE INTERIOR DESIGN
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN APPOINTS MICHAEL BONOMO AS DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE INTERIOR DESIGN

May 2011

New York, NY – Francis Cauffman, the award-winning architecture firm, announces that Michael Bonomo has been appointed Director of Corporate Interior Design for the firm’s New York office. For the last 13 years, Bonomo has designed corporate spaces for large prominent clients. His award-winning work ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN APPOINTS JENNIFER BROWNE AS DIRECTOR OF  LABORATORY PLANNING
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN APPOINTS JENNIFER BROWNE AS DIRECTOR OF LABORATORY PLANNING

May 2011

Philadelphia, PA – Francis Cauffman, an award-winning national architecture firm, has appointed Jennifer Browne as Director of Laboratory Planning. Ms. Browne has been planning laboratories internationally for more than 30 years. She has extensive experience in designing labs with different security and ...

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New research building designed for interaction
New research building designed for interaction

Thomas Adams, April 2011

The new Saunders Research Building at the University of Rochester Medical Center opens today.The first of 600 scientists, statisticians, research administrators and support staff members begin moving into the facility next week. The final touches for the $60 million building included painting walls, placing furniture, ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN ANNOUNCES NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN ANNOUNCES NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

October 2010

PHILADELPHIA, PA – National award-winning architecture firm Francis Cauffman has announced that Suzanne Linus has joined the firm as the Business Development Manager for the Philadelphia office. Ms. Linus brings more than a decade of experience in cultivating business relationships and building marketing ...

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St. Michael’s in Newark Begins $250M Transformation
St. Michael’s in Newark Begins $250M Transformation

September 2010

Medical center project is centerpiece of the Broad Street Station District Redevelopment Plan Saint Michael's Medical Center bid a ceremonial farewell Wednesday night to Mother Schervier Hall and outlined plans for the future. Built in 1951 and named for Mother Frances Schervier, the foundress of the ...

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N.J. Hospital Modernization
N.J. Hospital Modernization

July 2010

NEWARK, N.J. — Phase one of a $225 million master planned construction project that will address the future needs of an outdated medical center is under way.Saint Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, N.J., is a 357-bed hospital, teaching and research facility that was established in 1867. The medical ...

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143-YEAR-OLD ST. MICHAEL’S MEDICAL CENTER IS STILL GROWING;  URBAN HOSPITAL INVESTS $225 MILLION IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES
143-YEAR-OLD ST. MICHAEL’S MEDICAL CENTER IS STILL GROWING; URBAN HOSPITAL INVESTS $225 MILLION IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES

June 2010

Construction will create economic opportunities, align with Newark’s redevelopment efforts, and increase the hospital’s ability to keep up with growing demand.NEWARK, NJ – Architecture firm Francis ...

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Francis Cauffman Begins SMMC Master Plan
Francis Cauffman Begins SMMC Master Plan

June 2010

Phase One is 220,000 square feet of new construction, which adds 10% of space to the existing Saint Michael’s Medical Center campusFrancis Cauffman announces that it has begun Phase One of a comprehensive, $225 million master plan of Saint Michael’s Medical Center (SMMC)—a member of the Catholic ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN’S RECENT PROMOTIONS RECOGNIZE TALENT AND EXPERTISE
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN’S RECENT PROMOTIONS RECOGNIZE TALENT AND EXPERTISE

May 2010

New York, NY – Francis Cauffman, an award-winning architecture firm with offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, has recognized its in-house talent by promoting 13 members of its staff.  Gloria Cascarino, Haley Driscoll, Dana Eddowes, James Hammond, and Erin Kelly have all been promoted to Senior ...

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Rochester Institute of Technology, Institute Hall, Rochester, NY
Rochester Institute of Technology, Institute Hall, Rochester, NY

May 2010

Budjet: $26 million.Size: 78,000 ft2.Project team: Francis Cauffman, New York City (programming, planning and architectural design); Bergmann Associates, Rochester (architect of record, interiors, MEP engineering, landscape architecture, site/civil engineering); contractor TBA.Completion date: 3Q2012Description: New ...

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Rochester Institute of Technology Expands Scientific Programs
Rochester Institute of Technology Expands Scientific Programs

May 2010

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in Rochester, NY, has selected the architecture team of Francis Cauffman and Bergmann Associates to design Institute Hall, a 78,000-sq-ft., a $26M research building. The state-of-the-art facility will provide space for RIT’s new chemical and biomedical engineering ...

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Outside Help
Outside Help

May 2010

Francis Caufman’s Gagnon Cardiovascular Institute maximises exterior interaction to create a conducive healing environmentMajor American hospitals have often grown exponentially over the years, becoming increasingly complex and specialised. The challenge for healthcare providers is to make the public aware of ...

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Ultimate Achievement
Ultimate Achievement

April 2010

Health Facilities Management is proud once again to co-sponsor the Vista Award, which is presented annually by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association and the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. The award recognizes outstanding teamwork in ...

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ARCHITECTURE FIRM FRANCIS CAUFFMAN HONORED WITH VISTA AWARD
ARCHITECTURE FIRM FRANCIS CAUFFMAN HONORED WITH VISTA AWARD

March 2010

Awards recognize excellence in teamwork in the design and construction of healthcare facilitiesNew York, NY – Architecture firm Francis Cauffman and its design team have been honored with a 2010 Vista Award, the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) announced today. The award, in the category of new ...

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ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INVESTS IN  NEW ACADEMIC RESEARCH BUILDING, EXPANDS SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS
ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INVESTS IN NEW ACADEMIC RESEARCH BUILDING, EXPANDS SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS

March 2010

Sustainable academic research facility by Francis Cauffman and Bergmann Associates will support new degree programs in the sciences and increase Rochester Institute of Technology’s research capacity.Rochester, NY ...

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Francis Cauffman and Bergman Associates Chosen to Work on Research Building
Francis Cauffman and Bergman Associates Chosen to Work on Research Building

Adam Figman, March 2010

Francis Cauffman and Bergmann Associates have been chosen by Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) to design Institute Hall, a $26 million research building in the school’s Modernist campus. The 78,000 sq.-ft. state-ofthe- art structure will house RIT’s departments of chemical engineering, biomedical ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN HIRES JAMES MAY AS DIRECTOR OF HEALTHCARE
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN HIRES JAMES MAY AS DIRECTOR OF HEALTHCARE

December 2009

New York, NY – The architecture firm Francis Cauffman has hired James May as Director of Healthcare in its New York office. May is an expert in planning and design for healthcare and will be an integral part of the team of architects that expertly guides healthcare systems and academic institutions through ...

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PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL GOES GREEN WITH LEED SILVER CERTIFICATION
PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL GOES GREEN WITH LEED SILVER CERTIFICATION

December 2009

Critical Care Building is part of architecture firm Francis Cauffman’s master plan for Geisinger Health System’s Wyoming Valley campus.Wilkes-Barre, PA – The Critical Care Building (CCB) at Geisinger Health System’s Wyoming Valley campus has received a LEED (Leadership in Energy and ...

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$100M Hospital Expansion Underway
$100M Hospital Expansion Underway

December 2009

St. Joseph's Healthcare System (SJHS) has broken ground for a new, $100 million, 230,000 s/f Critical Care Building (CCB), launching the expansion and renovation of St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in downtown Paterson, NJ.The master plan and the CCB, both designed by architecture firm Francis Cauffman, ...

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Center of Excellence
Center of Excellence

Jim Crispino and Aran McCarthy, Winter 2009/2010

Francis Cauffman Architects transforms a community medical center in Pennsylvania into a major regional – and sustainable - institutionA community’s wellbeing and the health of its environment are intimately interrelated. For the Geisinger Health System, this is a guiding principle. When administrators set ...

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SJHS breaks ground on $100 million CCB designed by Francis Cauffman
SJHS breaks ground on $100 million CCB designed by Francis Cauffman

December 2009

Paterson, NJ St. Joseph's Healthcare System (SJHS) broke ground for a new, $100-million, 230,000 s/f Critical Care Building (CCB), launching the expansion and renovation of St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center. The master plan and the CCB, both designed by architecture firm Francis Cauffman, will upgrade the ...

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NEW JERSEY HOSPITAL IMPLEMENTS EXPANSION PLAN TO REVITALIZE URBAN AREA; BREAKS GROUND ON NEW CRITICAL CARE FACILITY
NEW JERSEY HOSPITAL IMPLEMENTS EXPANSION PLAN TO REVITALIZE URBAN AREA; BREAKS GROUND ON NEW CRITICAL CARE FACILITY

November 2009

Groundbreaking inaugurates Phase III of Francis Cauffman’s $250 million master plan for St. Joseph’s Healthcare SystemPaterson, NJ – On Thursday, November 12, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System ...

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Ground Broken on New $100M NJ Care Facility
Ground Broken on New $100M NJ Care Facility

November 2009

St. Joseph's Healthcare System (SJHS) has broken ground for a new, $100-million, 230,000 s/f Critical Care Building (CCB), launching the expansion and renovation of St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in downtown Paterson, New Jersey.The master plan and the CCB, both designed by architecture firm Francis ...

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Healthcare Gets an Upgrade in New Jersey
Healthcare Gets an Upgrade in New Jersey

November 2009

The St. Joseph’s Healthcare System recently broke ground on a new, $100-million, 230,000-square-foot critical care building, launching the expansion and renovation of its regional medical center in downtown Paterson, NJ. The master plan and the new building, both designed by Francis Cauffman Architects, will ...

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High-tech, High-touch
High-tech, High-touch

October 2009

As health care has become the focal point of American politics in recent months, and as the debate has nearly reached a boiling point, it’s all too easy to lose sight of the fact that we have one of the most advanced health care systems in the world—with the very best practitioners and hospitals the ...

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FRANCIS CAUFFMAN PROMOTES THREE HEALTHCARE AND CORPORATE EXPERTS TO PRINCIPALS
FRANCIS CAUFFMAN PROMOTES THREE HEALTHCARE AND CORPORATE EXPERTS TO PRINCIPALS

February 2009

Philadelphia, PA, February 2009 – Francis Cauffman Architects, an award-winning 160-person architecture firm with offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, announces the appointment of three new principals – Catherine L. Gow, Kim Hong, and Aran A. McCarthy. The principals, who are based in Francis ...

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Medical building just what the doc ordered
Medical building just what the doc ordered

January 2009

On September 3, 2008, the new Critical Care Building at Geisinger Wyoming Valley (GWV) opened to patients. It is the most recent addition to the campus and the second project completed by Franis Cauffman Architects, the Philadelphia, PA-based firm that also designed the master plan for GWV in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. With ...

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New Projects: University of Rochester, Clinical and Translational Science Building, Rochester, NY
New Projects: University of Rochester, Clinical and Translational Science Building, Rochester, NY

December 2008

Budget: n.a.Size: 200,000 sq/ft.Project team: Francis Cauffman Architects, Philadelphia (architect); Bard Rao + Athanas Consulting Engineers, Watertown, Mss. (MEP engineer); Bergman Associates, Rochester ...

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Pioneering Science Center Breaks Ground at the University of Rochester
Pioneering Science Center Breaks Ground at the University of Rochester

December 2008

The University of Rochester recently announced the groundbreaking for a new Clinical and Translational Science Building (CTSB). Designed by Francis Cauffman Architects, the 200,000-square-foot facility will create an integrated home for the school's Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). The building ...

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Pioneering University Science Center Breaks Ground
Pioneering University Science Center Breaks Ground

November 2008

The University of Rochester announced the groundbreaking for a new Clinical and Translational Science Building (CTSB) to house its Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Designed by Francis Cauffman Architects, the 200,000 s/f facility will create an integrated home for the school's clinical and ...

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Francis Cauffman Designs 200,000 S/F Science Center at the University of Rochester: $76.4M Project
Francis Cauffman Designs 200,000 S/F Science Center at the University of Rochester: $76.4M Project

November 2008

The University of Rochester has broken ground for the new Clinical and Translational Science Building (CTSB) to house its Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Designed by Francis Cauffman ...

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Mercy Health System Completes Phrase One of New Medical Campus
Mercy Health System Completes Phrase One of New Medical Campus

October 2008

How do you . . . develop a hospital and medical center on a former industrial site?Summary: In September, Portland-based Mercy Health System of Maine opened last month its new $49.5 million, 151,000-square-foot brick five-story hospital, phase one of its two-phase master plan by Philadelphia-based Francis Cauffman ...

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PIONEERING SCIENCE CENTER BREAKS GROUND AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
PIONEERING SCIENCE CENTER BREAKS GROUND AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER

October 2008

The research center is the first new building under National Institute of Health’s grant-making program for translational science; the sustainable facility will foster a creative scientific environment for the discovery and development of medical therapies.Rochester, NY, October 27, 2008 – The ...

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Francis Cauffman designs master plan for Mercy Health Syst. of ME
Francis Cauffman designs master plan for Mercy Health Syst. of ME

October 2008

With the completion of the first phase of its new hospital, Mercy Health System of Maine has one of the newest acute care hospitals in the city in over 25 years. Francis Cauffman Architects created the master plan for the 42-acre site along the Fore River, which will accommodate a 50% increase in the hospital's ...

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MERCY HEALTH SYSTEM OF MAINE BUILDS NEW MEDICAL CAMPUS ALONG THE FORE RIVER; EXPANDS ITS SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
MERCY HEALTH SYSTEM OF MAINE BUILDS NEW MEDICAL CAMPUS ALONG THE FORE RIVER; EXPANDS ITS SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY

September 2008

The first phase of Francis Cauffman Architects’s master plan puts a hospital and a medical office building on a new campus and rehabilitates a former industrial site. The site of the hospital expansion ...

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Mercy Health System of Maine Builds New Medical Campus
Mercy Health System of Maine Builds New Medical Campus

September 2008

The first phase of Francis Cauffman Architects’ master plan puts a hospital and a medical office building on a new campus and rehabilitates a former industrial  siteWith the completion of the first phase of its new hospital, Mercy Health System of Maine—the fourth largest health system in the ...

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ALMAC GROUP CONSOLIDATES AND EXPANDS ITS GLOBAL OPERATIONS;  OPENS NORTH AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS
ALMAC GROUP CONSOLIDATES AND EXPANDS ITS GLOBAL OPERATIONS; OPENS NORTH AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS

July 2008

Francis Cauffman Architects’s master plan helps adapt the operations of the Irish-based company to the U.S. market. The first phase of the headquarters accommodates two divisions of the company. Future phases will ...

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The new Mercy
The new Mercy

April, 2008

The hospital's Fore River campus is well on its way, with opening day scheduled for September.Brick and rectangular, Mercy Hospital's new home on the Fore River looked much like other buildings under construction around Portland.Then work crews installed soaring windows with pointed arches reminiscent of a ...

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Double Smart
Double Smart

Sofia Galadza, October 2006

Two Institutions – University at Buffalo New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences and the Roswell Park Cancer Institute Center for Genetics and Pharmacology – come together in a cutting-edge research center designed by Francis Cauffman Foley Hoffman Architects.Two heads are ...

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Partnering for Research: The New Buffalo Life Sciences Complex
Partnering for Research: The New Buffalo Life Sciences Complex

August 2006

This new facility is designed to attract research talent and facilitate collaboration between public academic research, private for-profit science and medical products developers.The City of Buffalo and New York State Governor George Pataki are betting that the recent opening of two new buildings of the Buffalo Life ...

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Up with the New
Up with the New

July/August 2006

Buffalo Life Sciences ComplexThe Buffalo Life Sciences Complex at Ellicott and Virginia Streets is the Buffalo and Niagara Medical Campus’s newest building and a major complex in itself. It houses the State University of New York at Buffalo’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life ...

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