Interior Design

Ironworkers Local 63 Architectural Metals Trainee Education Center

Size 9,600 SF Construction Type Renovation and New The renovation and addition of Ironworkers Local 63 showcases architectural and metal products. The Ironworkers’ skilled craftsmen self performed the field fabrication and installation of metal components such as the sleek new curtain wall and entry canopy. The design reconfigures the building to accommodate additional classrooms, a …

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Veterans Center-Knowledge

Veteran Support is Front and Center on Campus

THIS ARTICLE IS ADAPTED FROM AN ISSUE OF STUDENT HOUSING BUSINESS.  The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign (UIUC) was one of the first higher education institutions to offer specialized programs and housing to accommodate veterans returning from WWII. These efforts were largely credited to Timothy Nugent, a professor of rehabilitation education at the University of …

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Natural History Building

Planning Active Learning Classrooms: Tips for Design & Construction Professionals

The success of specialized active learning classrooms requires architects, consultants, owners, users, and contractors to venture beyond their typical approach to communication during the project process.   Having designed many active learning classrooms that support peer-to-peer concepts, LCM has learned a few lessons. The first installment of Planning Active Learning Classrooms explored suggestions for facility …

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Planning Active Learning Classrooms: Tips for Facility & User Groups

Having designed many active learning classrooms that support peer-to-peer concepts, we have learned a few lessons. We explore some of those lessons in a two-part series about planning active learning spaces. This first installment provides advice for facility and user groups. Open Space The open space in the room is as important as the table …

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LEED Gold for Natural History Building

The historic Natural History Building on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus recently received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council following a four-year renovation designed by LCM. Using a number of sustainable strategies, LCM’s design focuses on energy efficiency, occupant comfort, and preservation of the …

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EnterpriseWorks Chicago

Construction Type        Renovation Size              9,000 sf HTI is the lead initiative of EnterpriseWorks on the University of Illinois at Chicago campus. The program focuses on Health, Technology, and Innovation in collaborative incubator space shared by scientists, engineers, clinicians, and investors. The renovation was aimed at creating …

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Illinois Institute of Technology Robert A. Pritzker Science Center

Size: 124,000 sf Construction Type: Renovation The IIT Pritzker Science Center that houses the College of Science and Letters is undergoing a phased renovation. The project provides technology and spaces for forward thinking learning within the modern architectural vocabulary of a 1966, Miesian-style building.. LCM is providing programming, master planning, and design for the facility’s …

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Freedom Transit Intermodal Facility

Size 5,300 sf Construction Type New LCM designed a new headquarters and transit hub for Freedom Transit, the primary public transportation provider for the Washington County, PA area. LCM first studied the feasibility of redeveloping city-owned land to make way for an intermodal transit facility. Replacing a deteriorating garage, the new municipal building serves as …

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