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    Entry Deadline Extended: Judging Starts September 2020

    T H I R T Y - E I G H T H A N N U A L

    2020 CALL FOR ENTRIES

  • W W W . A S U M A G . C O M  W W W . S C H O O L D E S I G N S . C O M

    For thirty-eight years, the Architectural Portfolio has been the industry’s most recognized awards program for education design excellence. Published in cooperation with the American Institute of Architects, this prestigious competition celebrates architects and education institutions for their achievements in outstanding school and university design. Enter your projects for the chance to be included in this design sourcebook from American School & University.

    “… browse the pages as you would an architectural exhibit, stopping to note projects that capture your attention.”

    Editor’s note in the inaugural Architectural Portfolio issue, 1983

    Enter American School & University magazine’s Architectural Portfolio.

    2019 GRAND PRIZE WINNERS

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    Receive national acclaim for YOUR EDUCATION DESIGN PROJECTS

    WILLIAM W. CAUDILL CITATION Irwin M. Jacobs Elementary School New Bedford, Massachusetts  Turowski2 Architecture, Inc. “A cohesive design concept that connects to local history, traditions and context. Especially thoughtful student-scaled spaces include window niches for one or two students to larger bays for small class collaboration. Demonstrates a full measure of devotion to its maritime theme, its relationship to the neighborhood and a plethora of diverse spaces, colors and textures.” – 2019 Jury

    LOUIS I. KAHN CITATION Lakeland Community College, Health Technologies Center Kirtland, Ohio  AECOM Associated firm: Health Education & Research Associates (Laboratory Planning) “This project exemplifies how to make the most of a renovation and expansion: improve site conditions, expand space for social connection, and enhance learning opportunities spatially and technologically. The addition elegantly engages the site.” – 2019 Jury

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    The Irwin M. Jacobs Elementary School serves 430 students in an underprivi-leged sector of New Bedford, Mass. Situated on a 1.6-acre water-adjacent lot, the building has a dense urban context that consists of multifamily houses and historic mill buildings. The facility takes advantage of

    Turowski2 Architecture, Inc. Design Team Architx, LLC; Daedalus Projects, Inc.; Dodson & Flinker, Inc.; Farland Corp.; Engineers Design Group, Inc.; Griffith & Vary, Inc.; Garcia, Galuska, DeSousa, Inc.; New Vista Design; Crabtree McGrath Associates, Inc.; James Carr Architecture & Design; R. W. Sullivan Engineering; Todd Tsiang Design; Project Management & Cost; Acentech Inc.; Good Harbor Techmark, LLC; Content Design Collaborative LLC

    Client City of New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford Public Schools

    Area 74,000 sq. ft.

    Total cost $28,000,000

    Capacity 430 Students

    Space per student 172 sq. ft.

    Cost/square foot $378

    Completion November 2017

    Photographer Ed Wonsek Art Works Inc.

    IRWIN M. JACOBS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

    crete supported by stainless steel structures. In line with the school’s ship-like exterior, each classroom has a “porthole to the world” that provides views of the water.

    Corridors are punctuated by colorful front porches that serve as flexible small-group learning spaces. The third floor features an art classroom and fabrication lab that opens onto a large rooftop classroom, helping foster connections to the local environment. The ef- ficient design maximizes use of the small site to meet the needs of students and staff and provide a safe space that encourages a sense of community connection. n

    “A cohesive design concept that connects to local history, traditions and context. Especially thoughtful student-scaled spaces include window niches for one or two students to larger bays for small class collaboration. Demonstrates a full measure of devotion to its maritime theme, its relationship to the neighborhood and a plethora of diverse spaces, colors and textures.” —2019 JURY

    water views, and its design emulates the city’s maritime history.

    The library, rising above the entrance, takes a prominent location at the “bow of the ship.” Subject to salt spray and winds, the exterior is composed of durable brick masonry, alumi- num panels, and glass fiber reinforced con-

    WILLIAM W. CAUDILL CITATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    20 AMERICAN SCHOOL & UNIVERSITY • SCHOOLDESIGNS.COM • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019 • SCHOOLDESIGNS.COM • AMERICAN SCHOOL & UNIVERSITY 21

    LAKELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES CENTER KIRTLAND, OHIO

    LOUIS I. KAHN CITATION POST-SECONDARY

    “This project exemplifies how to make the most of a renovation and expansion: improve site conditions, expand space for social connection, and enhance learning opportunities spatially and technologically. The addition elegantly engages the site.” —2019 JURY

    The health technologies program at Lake-land Community College (LCC) is highly regarded in the region. LCC determined that it needed to expand its offerings to better support healthcare providers in the region. This need led to the creation of a new facility that gives the campus a new identity and sense of place.

    The Health Technologies Center underwent a renovation of the existing 52,000-square-foot building and constructed an additional 80,000 square feet of space. The relationship between the bars of the new building and the existing

    building create a three-story skylighted atrium that has become the new heart of the campus.

    Further, the massing of the building and connected site work together to create an iconic new image that is visible from the main street.The building is seeking a LEED Gold certification rating and is designed to be “Net- Zero Ready.”

    Even though the project has added 80,000 square feet of programmable space, the facil- ity is so energy efficient that the total campus utility consumption is projected to decrease by 0.8%. n

    AECOM Associated Firms: Health Education & Research Associates (Laboratory Planning)

    Design Team Matthew Drabic, PE (Principal in Charge); Brian Mihalcin, AIA (Project Manager); Todd Griffith, Assoc. AIA (Lead Project Designer); Jason Colon, RA (Project Designer); Jaylan Reeder, RA (Senior Project Architect); Tim Baker, PE (Mechanical Engineer); Brian Davidson (Electrical Engineer); Tim Lauth (Structural Engineer); Shannon Forry, ASLA (Landscape Architect); Dan Tupa (Civil Engineer)

    Client Lakeland Community College

    Area 132,000 sq. ft.

    Total cost $49,500,000

    Cost/square foot $375

    Completion September 2018

    Photographer Scott Pease

  • E N T R Y D E A D L I N E E X T E N D E D  J U D G I N G S T A R T S S E P T E M B E R 2 0 2 0

    Featured firms:

    ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO 2019

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    • 19six Architects • 450 Architects • ADM Group, Inc. • AECOM • Atkin Olshin Schade Architects • ATS&R Planners/Architects/ Engineers • BarberMcMurry Architects • BGW Architects • BLRB Architects • Bray Architects • Breaux & Associates Architects • Breckenridge Group Architects/ Planners • Brenner Design Incorporated • Breslin Ridyard Fadero Architects • Buchart Horn Architects • C2AE • CambridgeSeven • CannonDesign • CDH Partners, Inc. • Centerbrook Architects & Planners • Ciardullo Associates • Civica, LLC • Cloud Gehshan • Cooke Douglass Farr Lemons • Cordogan Clark & Associates • Design Development Architects • Dewberry Architects Inc. • Dickinson Hussman Architects • DiNisco Design • DJG, Inc. • ESa • EwingCole • Glass & Associates, Inc. • GMB Architecture + Engineering • Harvard Jolly Architecture • Hastings+Chivetta Architects • HED • Hight Jackson Associates • HMFH Architects, Inc.

    • HPLE • Huckabee • IBI Placemaking • ikon.5 architects • Integrated Designs by SOMAM, Inc. • ISG • James S. Jacobs Architects • JBA Architecture & Consulting, LLC • JLG Architects • Johnson Architecture • Joiner Architects • KGA Architecture • Land 3 Architect • Little • Loci Architecture • M+A Architects • Mach Architecture, p.c. • MHM Architects • Mosaic Associates Architects • Moseley Architects • Mount Vernon Group Architects, Inc. • Newman Architects • Niles Bolton Associates • Noelker and Hull Associates, Inc.

    • Paragon Architecture • PBK • Perkins and Will • Pfluger Architects • Pike - McFarland - Hall Associates, Inc. • Progressive AE • PryorMorrow PC • RDG Planning & Design • RMA Architects • Ross/Fowler, P.C. • SCHRADERGROUP • SMA • Stantec • Studio Red Architects • TKDA • TMP Architecture, Inc. • Turowski2 Architecture, Inc. • VCBO Architecture • WBRC Architects Engineers • WLC Architects • Wold Architects and Engineers • WRA Architects

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