The selection process for the architectural firm that will design Cleveland State's new Center for Innovation in Health Professions is down to three finalists. Each of the firms will make their final presentations from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Friday Oct. 5 in the Main Classroom Auditorium. Students, faculty, staff and community members are encouraged to join in the process and weigh in on the presentations.
The three finalist firms are:
HOK – a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm founded in 1955, with 1,600 people who collaborate across a network of 24 offices on three continents. The firm has designed major buildings for a variety of industries including aviation, healthcare, education, hospitality, science and technology and government. For more information, visit http://www.hok.com. HOK is presenting in partnership with Prospectus Architecture of Cleveland.
NBBJ – a global architecture and design firm founded in 1943 that has created a variety of buildings, including world headquarters for Reebok, Starbucks and Telenor, as well as healthcare facilities for nine of the top 14 U.S. News and World Report Honor Roll hospitals. For more information, visit http://www.nbbj.com/
Pelli Clarke Pelli – A global architecture firm with a portfolio that includes retail and mixed-use projects, academic buildings, libraries, museums, research centers, residences and master plans. Projects include the World Financial Center in New York, the Petronas Towers in Malaysia and the International Finance Centre in Hong Kong. For more information, visit http://pcparch.com. Pelli is presenting in partnership with Stantec of Cleveland.