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Ann Beha Architects Selected to Rehabilitate U.S. Embassy in Greece

Besting a shortlist of fourAnn Beha Architects has been selected by the Department of State’s Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO) to rehabilitate the U.S. Embassy in Athens’ chancery facility and campus. The mid-century facility, a protected architectural landmark, was originally designed by the famed Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius with the consulting architect Pericles A. Sakellarios.

Shelburne Museum / Ann Beha Architects

Courtesy of Ann Beha Architects
Courtesy of Ann Beha Architects

Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont is one of North America’s finest, most diverse and unconventional museums of art, design and Americana. Over 150,000 works are exhibited in a remarkable setting of 39 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic and were relocated to the Museum grounds. Ann Beha Architects’ design for Shelburne’s new center for art and education establishes a striking presence along Vermont’s Route 7. This project is part of the Museum’s $14M capital campaign. Construction is tentatively planned to start next year with the center opening in 2013.

Currier Museum of Art / Ann Beha Architects

  • Architects: Ann Beha Architects
  • Location: Manchester, NH, USA
  • Architect: Ann Beha Architects
  • Exhibit Designer: Clifford LaFontaine
  • Project Team: Pamela W. Hawkes FAIA, Principal-in-Charge; Scott Aquilina AIA, Project Manager; Robert Genova AIA, Project Architect; Nicole Groleau, Andrew Grote, Andrew Wang AIA, Robert Mercer, and Ben Wan
  • Structural Engineer: LeMessurier Consultants
  • Landscape Architect: Richard Burck Associates
  • Geotechnical Engineer: Miller Engineering & Testing
  • Specifications Consultant: Wil-Spec Architectural Specifications
  • Lighting Designer: Hefferan Partnership Lighting Design
  • Hvac Engineer: HVAC Engineer:
  • Acoustical Consultant: Acentech
  • Code Consultant: Hughes Associates
  • Contractor: Harvey Construction Corporation of New Hampshire
  • Area: 33000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2008
  • Photographs: Jonathan Hillyer, Bruce T. Martin

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Princeton University Carl A. Fields Center / Ann Beha Architects

  • Architects: Ann Beha Architects
  • Location: Princeton, NJ, USA
  • Architect: Ann Beha Architects
  • Project Team: Ann M. Beha FAIA, Principal-in-Charge; Scott Aquilina AIA, Project Manager; Edward O. Rice AIA, LEED AP, Project Architect; Peter Sistrom, Irene Brisson, Samantha Turnock, and Paula Gerlach
  • Systems Engineer: Princeton Engineering Group
  • Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates
  • Civil Engineer: Van Note-Harvey Associates
  • Landscape Architect: Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates
  • Lighting Designer: Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting
  • Specifications Consultant: Spec Edit
  • Acoustician: Acentech
  • Graphic Designer: Wojciechowski Design
  • Construction Manager: W.S. Cumby
  • Cost Estimator: Becker & Frondorf
  • Area: 5100.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Photographs: David Lamb Photography

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The University of Pennsylvania Music Building / Ann Beha Architects

  • Architects: Ann Beha Architects
  • Location: Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • Architect: Ann Beha Architects
  • Mep Engineer, Fire Protection: AHA Consulting Engineers
  • Structural Engineer: Keast & Hood Co.
  • Landscape Architect: Stephen Stimson Associates
  • Civil Engineer: Hunt Engineering Company
  • Lighting Designer: Ripman Lighting Consultants
  • General Contractor: Daniel J. Keating Company
  • Acoustician & Audio/Visual Consultant: Kirkegaard Associates
  • Materials Conservationist: Building Conservation Associates
  • Specifications Writer: Kalin Associates Inc.
  • Graphics Consultant: Wojciechowski Design
  • Elevator Consultant: VDA (Van Deusen & Associates)
  • Hardware Consultant: Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
  • Cost Estimator: The McGee Company
  • Project Area: 13,800 sf Renovation
  • Area: 25000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: David Lamb Photography

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The Wheeler School Nulman Lewis Student Center / Ann Beha Architects

  • Architects: Ann Beha Architects
  • Location: Providence, RI, USA
  • Architect: Ann Beha Architects
  • Project Team: Thomas M. Hotaling AIA, LEED AP, Principal-in-Charge; Steven Gerrard AIA; Jason Bowers AIA, LEED AP; and Lindsey MacDonald
  • Structural Engineer: Odeh Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineer: Wilkinson Associates
  • Electrical Engineer: Gaskell Associates
  • Civil / Geotechnical Engineer: Geisser Engineering Corporation
  • Landscape Architect: Pressley Associates
  • Lighting Designer: Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting
  • Code And Fire Protection: Ramsey Loga, PE
  • Acoustician: Acentech
  • Specifications: Wil-Spec
  • Food Service: Crabtree McGrath Associates
  • Contractor: Agostini Construction Co.
  • Estimator / Construction Advisor: Queastor Group
  • Area: 5000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Photographs: David Lamb Photography

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Cambridge Public Library wins Harleston Parker Medal / William Rawn Associates and Ann Beha Architects

© Chuck Choi
© Chuck Choi

The Boston Society of Architects/AIA announced the winner of the 2010 Harleston Parker Medal as the Cambridge Public Library by William Rawn Associates Architects and Ann Beha Architects.  Each year, the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) and the City of Boston award the Harleston Parker Medal to “the single most beautiful” building or structure built in the Greater Boston area over the past 10 years. More images of the winner after the break.