• BarryOliver1

    Meet our Newest Team Member

    Categories: In the News, Staff
    Barry Oliver, AIA, has joined Hastings+Chivetta Architects as a contract administrator. In his role, Barry will assist with the quality control review process and representing clients’ interests during construction...
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    Upcoming STEM conference presentations

    Categories: In the News, Resources, Staff, Where Will We Be?
    As leaders in STEM education, Hastings+Chivetta team members are frequently asked to speak at conferences about how facilities can enhance shifting science and engineering pedagogies, how to maximize flexibility in learning and teaching spaces, and other trends in higher education...
  • Murray State

    Trends in sustainable laboratory design

    Categories: In the News, Staff
    By Gary Wehmeier, AIA, LEED AP and Dennis Lammert, AIA, LEED AP Collegiate laboratory spaces continue to evolve, becoming more sophisticated and flexible. Equipment, researchers and the research itself push this evolution, and the result is spaces that help students and researchers perform groundbreaking work...
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    Meet our Newest Team Member

    Categories: In the News, Staff
    Suzanne Bedwell, AIA, NCARB, has joined Hastings+Chivetta Architects’ Tulsa, OK office as a Project Architect. With over 27 years of architectural and project management experience on a variety of building types, Suzanne has the ability to guide a project through design and construction, while managing and coordinating client and consultant interface...
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    Architectural issues surrounding all gender restrooms

    Categories: In the News, Resources
    By Mark Keane, AIA, LEED AP and Robert Neu, AIA, LEED AP First they were called unisex. Then gender neutral. Now gender inclusive or all gender. Whatever you call these restrooms, colleges across the country are encountering this topic whenever they renovate or build new facilities on campus...