Hastings+Chivetta Ranks Highly in BD+C Giants 400

Hastings+Chivetta Ranks Highly in BD+C Giants 400

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

In the newly released Building Design+Construction Magazine 2020 Giants 400 Report, Hastings+Chivetta ranked well on six of the top lists, demonstrating expertise across the firm’s varied markets. We are proud to announce our placement on the following lists:

  • Top 150 Architecture Firms
  • Top 150 Government Firms
  • Top 100 Local Government Firms
  • Top 200 Reconstruction Firms
  • Top 50 Science & Technology Firms
  • Top 150 University Firms

In particular, our placement of #24 in Top 50 Science & Technology Firms and #38 in Top 150 University Firms demonstrates our continued commitment to excellence in college and university planning and design, particularly in the realm of science and technology.  Our expertise ranges from STEM and engineering facilities that feature impressive high bay labs to dynamic teaching and lab spaces that support top-ranked allied health and kinesiology and exercise science programs.  The following is a sampling of some of our most impressive science and technology projects completed in the past few years.

  • Recently opened in July 2020, the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering (ISE) Building at Saint Louis University serves as a hub for the sciences, boasting numerous collaborative teaching environments and flexible lab spaces.  It has quickly become a destination for undergraduate students and represents the University’s commitment to advancing STEM education.
  • The Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex at Marshall University promotes collaboration between the University’s varied academic and research programs.  Demonstrating a firm commitment to sustainable design, the project achieved LEED Gold certification through components such as a green roof and stormwater collection.
  • John Brown University’s Health Education Building features a number of classrooms, clinic teaching spaces, exam rooms, simulation patient rooms, and health assessment labs, in addition to more traditional classrooms and support spaces.
  • The Physical Therapy Building at Missouri State University was built in anticipation of growth in the Master of Physical Therapy program and serves as a new home for the College of Health and Human Services.  A modalities lab, exercise lab, and outpatient Physical Therapy Clinic are some of the specialized spaces that make learning more impactful for Missouri State’s students.

To discuss how we can help build your campus community, contact Erik Kocher at [email protected] or (314) 529-4004.