Friday, April 24, 2009

Getting Caught Up...

In order for anyone who is just finding our site a chance to catch up, below are some of the older news items from [1016] Architecture's website, now preserved for posterity Inside the Brackets.

March 2009:
[1016] recently saved a client over $15,000 in City permit fees without any additional construction obligations. Contact us to discover if you have been missing this value.

March 2009:
[1016] Architecture Principal Andy Wilson, AIA, LEED AP recently appeared in a segment of Fox Business News Channel's "Happy Hour." It all happened fast, but he was proud to represent [1016] and small business owners on national television.

March 2009:
Esther's Island, Nantucket cottage is deemed "The Perfect House" by Ridgefield Magazine and is the cover story of their April 2009 edition. [1016] Principal Andy Wilson AIA, LEED AP worked on this home as Project Architect while at Hart Howerton (HH).

Read the full article here.

Or check out some pictures in our Single Family Portfolio.Other HH project credits: Principal-in-charge: Douglas Wright, III; Initial Project Manager: Carl Pearson.

March 2009:
[1016] presented a lecture titled "A Path to Licensure and Owning Your Own Firm" for the University of Notre Dame's School of Architecture Professional Practice course. The lecture included analysis of current market conditions and advice for recent graduates on how to succeed in the workplace.

Check it out:

March 2009:
Associate intern architect Brian Dolan recently authored an article on Green Bean Chicago, a website dedicated to increasing awareness of how Chicago is one of the country's greenest cities.Read the full article here.

March 2009:
Wrightwood Crossing project website goes live. Check out this g.corp development project, as designed by [1016] Architecture (you might not notice, but we have a project credit at the bottom of the page). The project is LEED registered with the certification goal of Platinum from U.S. Green Building Council.

February 2009:
Managing partner Josh Canale of [1016] is now a Professional Consultant to Jameson Real Estate. Jameson is leader in Chicago real estate services and one of its most successful developer representatives.[1016] is excited about the opportunities that this relationship can offer its clients.

January 2009:
Our associate intern architect, Brian Dolan, achieved the LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) credential, continuing [1016]'s dedication to responsible, sustainable design and construction practices.

November 2008:
[1016]'s latest multi-family project is registered LEED with the goal of a Platinum rating. The project is registered on the LEED for Homes track (LEED-H).

This will be one of the first LEED Platinum projects in Illinois, and one of the first LEED-H Platinum projects in the state. The project will take advantage of expedited permitting through Chicago's Green Building Review process.

May 2008:
[1016] Principal Andrew Wilson, AIA achieved the LEED AP credential. [1016] Architecture leadership recognizes the importance that high-performance buildings will play in a sustainable future and seeks to demonstrate that by participating in collaborative approaches to construction that LEED, the USGBC, and other organizations, represent.

So that's what we've been working on at [1016] Architecture. What have you been working on?

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