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Greater Columbus Convention Center Grand Opening

Last week we celebrated the grand opening of the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Over the last five years, the Convention Center has undergone a major transformation. Originally intended as an interior revitalization project, the scope grew and, on top of a complete interior renovation, the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority also decided to construct an addition and total redesign of the north end of the Convention Center (the expansion added approximately 40,000 SF of exhibit space and new meeting rooms)! […]

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A Note to Young Professionals from Bob Loversidge

I feel YOUNG today! Sure, the arthritis in my spine is making me walk like an old man, but last evening, at McFerson Commons (Arch Park), in front of the reconstructed and twice-moved Union Station Arch, Nancy Recchie, Franklin Conaway, Jeff Darbee and I re-lived, to a Columbus Landmarks audience, the now-40-year-old story of how we (and others) stopped the surprise Friday night demolition of the Daniel Burnham designed terra cotta arcade with a midnight temporary restraining order (the first […]

Bowling Green State University New Greek Housing Exterior

BGSU Greek Housing exceeds LEED goals!

When Bowling Green State University asked us to help them replace all of their Greek housing with new townhouses, we all agreed from the start that one of the goals for this project was that it be environmentally friendly. Along with CBT and Elford Construction, we strove to incorporate as many environmentally conscious materials and practices as possible. Upon completion, we hoped to achieve a LEED Silver certification, but we couldn’t have been happier when we got the news that […]

  • Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center Tour
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  • View from the roof of the Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center
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  • Future office view in the Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center
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  • Ground floor of the Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center
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Tour of Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center

Projected to be complete in late 2017, the new Michael B. Coleman Governmental Center and garage are coming together nicely. This 180,000 square foot building will consolidate four city departments currently housed in different buildings around Columbus. It has been designed around the concept of an efficient “one-stop shop” for residents and businesses to take care of a multitude of transactions, including utility payments, building permits, and more. Since the weather has been so perfect lately, the entire firm decided […]

  • Market Tower, North Market, Columbus, Ohio, Schooley Caldwell Architect
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Market Tower

We are so honored and excited to be part of the Wood Companies / Schiff Capital Group team that will be bringing Market Tower to life! This project has been such an exciting experience for us so far. The North Market is just a couple of blocks from our office and most of us have been North Market patrons for years—it’s such a special place in Columbus. So, it goes without saying that we care very much about its future. […]

Heritage Ohio 2016 Awards Ceremony for The Carlisle Building

The Carlisle Building Awarded “Best Commercial Rehabilitation” at Heritage Ohio Conference

Heritage Ohio presented us with the “Best Commercial Rehabilitation” award for the Carlisle Building, which now houses offices of Adena Health System and 32 apartments for medical students and visiting physicians. We accepted the award on October 11th at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. Many communities, organizations and individuals submitted nominations for consideration. The Selection Committee reported a high level of quality in nominations, awarding 16 categories at this year’s event. The awards recognize the numerous […]

SHPO Awards

Three Preservation Merit Awards from SHPO this year!

Each year, the Ohio History Connection, State Historic Preservation Office recognizes achievements in historic preservation by presenting awards in two categories: Public Education and Awareness, and Preservation Merit. The Preservation Merit Award is for preserving Ohio’s prehistory, history, architecture, or culture. Eligible activities include, but are not limited to, restoring, rehabilitating, or otherwise preserving an important building or site, longtime stewardship of a property, promoting protective legislation, funding preservation projects, offering leadership, support, or service, and furthering preservation at the […]

Thomas Cole Ohio Statehouse

Robert Loversidge to present at Columbus Museum of Art

Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) will present Thomas Cole: The Artist as Architect November 18, 2016 through February 12, 2017. This is the first exhibition to focus on the little-known fact that the renowned leader of the Hudson River School of American landscape painting realized three buildings and had plans for others before his untimely death. The exhibition also commemorates the recreation of Thomas Cole’s studio and includes paintings that reveal Cole’s architectural proclivity, drawings that document his recurrent focus […]