Trends in sustainable laboratory design

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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...

Meet our Newest Team Member

Monday, May 23, 2016

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...

Hastings+Chivetta Garners National Exposure for Gender-neutral Design

Friday, May 20, 2016

Categories: In the News

Hastings+Chivetta has received national recognition from Bloomberg and ABC News Radio on the topic of gender-neutral restrooms at colleges and universities. As experts in campus architecture, Hastings+Chivetta has been at the forefront of collegiate design trends since 1960...

Architectural issues surrounding all gender restrooms

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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...

Saint Louis University tops off new residence hall

Friday, April 15, 2016

Categories: In the News, Project Updates, On the Boards

Saint Louis University recently passed a major milestone in the construction of Spring Residence Hall by adding its signature green metal pyramid roofs to the building. The 454-bed building is an eight-story, 153,000 SF residence hall featuring single- and double-style rooms...

Two Hastings+Chivetta-designed projects win NIRSA awards

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Categories: In the News, Project Updates, On the Boards

Student recreation projects at the University of Utah and State University of New York (SUNY) Cortland each won 2016 NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facilities Awards. Both Hastings+Chivetta-designed facilities, the buildings are recognized for their excellence in architectural design, functionality and how well the facility meets its intended purpose...

Recreation Centers and Building Codes – Then and Now

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Categories: Resources

King Hammurabi of the ancient City of Babylon is believed to have authored the world’s first building codes. Among the 282 laws that Hammurabi proclaimed, six pertained to the design and construction of habitable space...

Dan Sullivan explains the evolution of the collegiate recreation center

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Categories: In the News

In the April 2016 edition of Athletic Business Magazine, Hastings+Chivetta Recreation Architect, Dan Sullivan, writes about the popularity of the comprehensive student life recreation facility on college campuses...

Meet our Newest Team Member

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Categories: In the News, Staff

Julian Boswell has joined Hastings+Chivetta's St. Louis office as Graphics Director. In his role, Julian oversees the Graphics Department and supervises project graphics, animations and videos...

Mizzou Aquatic Center to host SEC Championship

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Categories: In the News

In just their fourth year since joining the SEC, the University of Missouri will be hosting the SEC Swimming and Diving Championship this week, February 16 - February 20. Mizzou's Aquatic Center is located in the award winning Student Recreation Complex...