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Horticulture, Education and Research Center

02.13.24 by Brad Thurman

Langston University was established in 1897 as a Land Grant Institution through the Morrill Act of 1890. Agriculture was a founding tenet of the University…

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Genetic Medicine Building

12.05.23 by Brad Thurman

The Genetic Medicine Building is a state of the art research building on the UNC campus. It is one of the largest buildings on campus,…

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Seminary Hall Restoration and Renovation

12.05.23 by Brad Thurman

Seminary Hall opened on May 7, 1889, and has since stood for education and prosperity. Today, it continues to represent the commitment of the Cherokee…

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Engineering South Renovation

11.15.23 by Brad Thurman

Since 1939, Engineering South (ES) has provided the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology a high profile location in the heart of campus adjacent to…

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Poultry Science Complex

11.15.23 by Brad Thurman

The University of Georgia began offering specialized study in the poultry sciences even before creating the Department of Poultry Science in 1912. In the years…

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Research Science Center II

11.10.23 by Brad Thurman

The Science Park Phase II building is a new structure on Georgia State’s (GSU) main campus. KSi, now part of Wallace Design Collective, provided structural…

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James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics and Event Center

07.23.23 by Brad Thurman

James Wilkins, Jr. has been a generous donor to Shenandoah University over the years much like many of his family members. His father, James R….

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Mike Carter Athletic Center

07.23.23 by Brad Thurman

Wallace provided civil and structural engineering and landscape architecture services for the new 45,000 square foot athletic center. The facility will house a Wallace provided…

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Welcome Center

07.23.23 by Brad Thurman

The Wall Street Journal ranked ORU as the #4 university in the nation for student engagement. This ranking is based upon faculty interactions, collaborative learning,…

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College of Science and Mathematics

07.07.23 by Brad Thurman

Placing the College of Science and Mathematics building on the Health Sciences Campus allows for the expansion of science and mathematics programs and the growth…

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Russell Hall Renovation

06.06.23 by Brad Thurman

KSi, now part of Wallace Design Collective, provided structural engineering services for the renovation of a 230,00 square foot, high-rise residence hall constructed in 1967….

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Brumby Hall Renovation

06.06.23 by Brad Thurman

KSi, now part of Wallace Design Collective, provided structural engineering services for the renocation of Brumby Hall, a high-rise residence hall with a one story…

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Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center

06.06.23 by Brad Thurman

The Georgia Cyber Center is a state-owned facility designed to promote modernization in cybersecurity technology for both the private and public sectors through unique education,…

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Student Center Operations and Events

02.20.23 by Brad Thurman

The Emory Student Center encompasses approximately 132,000 gross square feet. The center features the new campus dining facility, a multipurpose ballroom that can accommodate 1,600…

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Interdisciplinary Academic Building

12.16.22 by Brad Thurman

The new Interdisciplinary Academic Building houses Interior Design, Fashion Merchandising, and Apparel Design. Other user groups planned for this facility include; the occupants of building…

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Lemley Memorial Campus Client Service Center

12.16.22 by Brad Thurman

Centrally-located along Memorial Drive and the Broken Arrow Expressway, the Lemley Campus is Tulsa Tech’s original, flagship campus. Tulsa Tech serves 6,000 high school and…

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Ken and Blair Mossman Science Building

06.16.22 by Brad Thurman

The Ken and Blaire Mossman Building houses a portion of microbiology, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, psychology, and nutrition. Within its six stories the building…

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Strong Hall

06.07.22 by Brad Thurman

The Strong Hall Project is a new academic science structure which includes a selected restoration of the original 1926 Sophronia Strong Hall and a total…

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Convocation Center

06.07.22 by Brad Thurman

Located on the southwest side of the Dahlonega Campus the facility is a focal point of the university and campus life. It has also make…

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Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall Expansion

05.02.22 by Brad Thurman

KSi, now part of Wallace Design Collective, provided structural engineering for the renovation and expansion of the existing Butts-Mehre Athletic Administration and Fitness Center Building…

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David Lower

04.13.22 by Brad Thurman

David received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Auburn University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer…

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Eric Blackmore

04.13.22 by Brad Thurman

Eric has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida State University and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Georgia Institute of…

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Kurt Swensson

04.13.22 by Brad Thurman

Kurt received his Bachelor of Engineering Summa Cum Laude with honors in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University, his Master of Science in Civil Engineering and…

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O’Brate Stadium

09.21.21 by Brad Thurman

O’Brate Stadium is Oklahoma State University’s new baseball park in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The home field of the OSU Cowboys college baseball team, is named after…

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Student Union Plaza

01.08.21 by Brad Thurman

The OSU Student Union Plaza was developed in conjunction with a major building renovation and expansion project for the Student Union. The space, encompassing over…

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Neal Patterson Soccer Stadium

04.22.20 by Brad Thurman

The OSU Cowgirl soccer program was launched in 1996 and quickly became one of the leading women’s collegiate programs in the NCAA. Neal Patterson Stadium,…

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Unmanned Systems Research Institute Excelsior Center

02.28.20 by Brad Thurman

A growing field in the United States and the world, OSU has become a major contributor to unmanned systems research, design, fabrication and applications. This…

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Donald Betz STEM Research and Learning Center

08.21.19 by Brad Thurman

The University of Central Oklahoma prides itself as a smart investment for success, preparing future leaders in an opportunity-rich environment, with access to more than…

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Spears School of Business

08.23.18 by Brad Thurman

The Spears School of Business is composed of seven academic departments with more than 100 tenure and tenure-track faculty. The student body is made up…

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Alan Taylor

01.03.18 by Brad Thurman

Alan received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Oklahoma. Alan has experience…

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Schusterman Center Clinic and Harold Hamm Oklahoma Diabetes Center

01.23.17 by Brad Thurman

The University of Oklahoma has been involved in the Tulsa community since 1957. OU-Tulsa has grown to be a nationally recognized center of higher education,…

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North Dining Hall

01.19.17 by Brad Thurman

Constructed adjacent to Oklahoma State University’s new University Commons, the North Dining Hall is a light-filled hub for student community. Featuring six “mini restaurant” venues…

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Riverside Aviation Center

11.21.16 by Brad Thurman

Tulsa Community College has served Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma since 1970. TCC consistently ranks among the elite of the nation’s 1,150 community college associate degree…

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The Atherton Hotel

11.21.16 by Brad Thurman

Once nicknamed the “Waldorf of the West,” the Atherton Hotel at Oklahoma State University was the first purpose-built hotel housed in a university’s student union….

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Jordan Rodich

09.08.16 by Carly Chalmers

Jordan received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Oklahoma and a Certified Floodplain…

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Sarah Appleton

09.08.16 by Carly Chalmers

Sarah received her Bachelor of Architectural Engineering and Master of Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University. She is a licensed Structural Engineer in Georgia and…

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