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wHY Speed 223wHY is dedicated to designing unique spaces that are of value to diverse communities. 

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

Having been instrumental in the creation of landmarks such as the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, Ross Pavilion and Gardens in Scotland, the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, and the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts, wHY’s projects demonstrate how this interdisciplinary design practice strives to bring culturally inspired works of architecture to communities around the world. By eschewing the traditional reliance on visually striking exteriors, wHY manages to provide its clients with something much deeper and longer lasting. 

UC MercedUniversity of California’s Merced campus expansion required financial wizardry to spring to life. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

While many public universities throughout the United States are having difficulty attaining funding for new construction, the University of California, Merced has found a creative way to fund its campus expansion. 

HathawayHathaway Dinwiddie AECOM HUNT worked closely with its team and USC to successfully complete its work at the LA Coliseum.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Project Manager Rafi Halajian graduated from the University of Southern California (USC), and he can’t wait to see the football team of his alma mater run the field after Hathaway Dinwiddie-AECOM HUNT’s renovation of the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The project is on target to be completed in time for the 2019 football season, so Halajian and other fans will soon get their wish to see the USC Trojans on their renovated and expanded home turf. 

ClarkWith its knowledge of lean methods, Clark Construction Co. helped to deliver a successful project to an excited MSU campus.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

When Clark Construction Co. began its work on the Michigan State University (MSU) Broad College of Business Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion, the company knew it would be a unique project and it was well prepared in a number of ways. Not only had Clark worked with MSU before, but it comes to work with “a design-assist, preconstruction-type of mentality” in terms of the delivery of a project, according to Project Manager Nick Henne. This was exactly the type of approach the MSU project required, because it equipped the team to face the challenges it encountered.

HouriganHourigan maintains its schedule to complete Sheltering Arms Institute in March, delivering a state-of-the-science rehab hospital to Virginia. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Hourigan, an integrated construction and development firm with offices across Virginia, is overseeing the construction of the Sheltering Arms Institute, a state-of-the-science physical rehabilitation hospital in Goochland, Va. The facility will blend advanced technology, research and evidence-based clinical care to create an innovative, transdisciplinary model of inpatient rehabilitative care, facilitating superior outcomes for patients. “This will be a destination rehab facility and a tremendous asset to the community,” Sheltering Arms Institute CEO Alan Lombardo says. “There is not another standalone rehab hospital of this magnitude from Philadelphia to Atlanta and west to the Mississippi River. The potential market goes far beyond the borders of Virginia.”

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