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07  |  1  |  2015

DELAWARE TECH’S COMMUNITY ENGAGED IN NEW COURTYARD DESIGN

Tevebaugh teamed with Sikora Wells Appel to work with Delaware Tech’s Community to provide a new vision for the existing Stanton Campus Courtyard. A video was produced to captures the hands on process that resulted in a final concept that meets the needs of the diverse growing community.

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DELAWARE TECH’S COMMUNITY ENGAGED IN NEW COURTYARD DESIGN

Tevebaugh teamed with Sikora Wells Appel to work with Delaware Tech’s Community to provide a new vision for the existing Stanton Campus Courtyard. A video was produced to captures the hands on process that resulted in a final concept that meets the needs of the diverse growing community.

05  |  21  |  2015

NEW DEVELOPMENT PLANS REVEALED FOR CLAYMONT’S FORMER STEEL MILL

“First State Crossing” proposes to redevelop the former EVRAZ Steel site and reestablish Delaware’s historic First State crossroad. Claymont emerged in 1620 where the Kings Highway (Philadelphia Pike) crossed Naamans Creek. In 1827, the Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore Railroad (now Amtrak) was built through town. The late 20th Century saw I-95 and I-495 converge to create a commercial crossroad that unites highway, rail, and river transportation …

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NEW DEVELOPMENT PLANS REVEALED FOR CLAYMONT’S FORMER STEEL MILL

“First State Crossing” proposes to redevelop the former EVRAZ Steel site and reestablish Delaware’s historic First State crossroad. Claymont emerged in 1620 where the Kings Highway (Philadelphia Pike) crossed Naamans Creek. In 1827, the Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore Railroad (now Amtrak) was built through town. The late 20th Century saw I-95 and I-495 converge to create a commercial crossroad that unites highway, rail, and river transportation and positions “First State Crossing” for 21st Century redevelopment. This Master Concept Plan envisions a mix of uses to capture the value created by the highways, railroads, and Delaware River. Proposed uses include First State Corporate Center offices on the high profile northern gateway; First State Employment Center with research, office, manufacturing, and warehouse uses in the center area; First State Transit Center served by rail, bus, auto, bike, and pedestrians to serve existing and stimulate new development; and First State Logistics Center for multi-modal truck, rail, and river users. The 420 acre First State Crossing redevelopment will transform this historically significant site into a mixed-use economic growth engine for Delaware and also preserve Naamans Creek for active and passive recreational uses.

11  |  19  |  2014

NEW LOOK ON WILMINGTON SKYLINE

A Wilmington landmark is getting a facelift. The former Alico building adjacent to the New Castle County Courthouse will receive interior and exterior renovations that include a striking new two-story glazed entry, revamped lobby, modernized elevators, landscaping, lighting improvements, and new contemporary exterior metal panels. Several floors are now available for new tenants in the 180,000 square foot building that sits atop a 500 car …

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NEW LOOK ON WILMINGTON SKYLINE

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A Wilmington landmark is getting a facelift. The former Alico building adjacent to the New Castle County Courthouse will receive interior and exterior renovations that include a striking new two-story glazed entry, revamped lobby, modernized elevators, landscaping, lighting improvements, and new contemporary exterior metal panels.

Several floors are now available for new tenants in the 180,000 square foot building that sits atop a 500 car parking garage.

The completely redesigned lobby provides space for retail tenants including a cafe with access to an outdoor plaza. Contemporary wood paneling and glass mosaic tiles modernize the space while the double height glazed vestibule will fill the lobby with natural light.

“We are excited about the revitalization and opportunities available so close to both the state and local courthouses.”
- John Kaczowka, CBRE

10  |  1  |  2014

2014 MCAA ARCHITECT VISION AWARD

Tevebaugh Associates is proud to have been awarded the 2014 Architect Vision Award by the Mason Contractors Associates of America (MCAA)! The annual national award is given to one architecture firm for outstanding use of masonry in design and construction. The recently completed University of Delaware Health Sciences Center and Widener University’s Founders Hall were cited as examples for their use of masonry in uniquely …

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2014 MCAA ARCHITECT VISION AWARD

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Tevebaugh Associates is proud to have been awarded the 2014 Architect Vision Award by the Mason Contractors Associates of America (MCAA)! The annual national award is given to one architecture firm for outstanding use of masonry in design and construction. The recently completed University of Delaware Health Sciences Center and Widener University’s Founders Hall were cited as examples for their use of masonry in uniquely different and sustainable applications.

07  |  1  |  2014

PROMOTION ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tevebaugh Associates, architects and planners based in Wilmington, DE, has announced that William Lenihan, AIA, has been promoted to Principal. We are pleased to also announce that Debra Traini & Shawn Crowley have been promoted to Associate Principal. These individuals will have enhanced responsibilities within our leadership team to provide the best creative solutions for our clients’ specific needs. These promotions are a key art …

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PROMOTION ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Tevebaugh Associates, architects and planners based in Wilmington, DE, has announced that William Lenihan, AIA, has been promoted to Principal. We are pleased to also announce that Debra Traini & Shawn Crowley have been promoted to Associate Principal.

These individuals will have enhanced responsibilities within our leadership team to provide the best creative solutions for our clients’ specific needs.

These promotions are a key art of the company’s overall strategy for 2014 and beyond, and further positions Tevebaugh Associates for growth and expansion into specific regional markets, such as healthcare and higher education.

05  |  28  |  2014

VIEW THE STORY OF THE STAR CAMPUS BOOK!

This book, published by Tevebaugh Associates, documents the transformation of the former Chrysler automotive assembly plant in Newark DE, into the 103,000 square foot Health Sciences Complex containing public clinics, classrooms, and research laboratories. Tevebaugh Associates would like to welcome all of the staff, students, and clinic patrons to their new facility, as we look forward to the continued success and expansion of the STAR …

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VIEW THE STORY OF THE STAR CAMPUS BOOK!

This book, published by Tevebaugh Associates, documents the transformation of the former Chrysler automotive assembly plant in Newark DE, into the 103,000 square foot Health Sciences Complex containing public clinics, classrooms, and research laboratories. Tevebaugh Associates would like to welcome all of the staff, students, and clinic patrons to their new facility, as we look forward to the continued success and expansion of the STAR Campus.


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05  |  9  |  2014

PRESENTING THE STAR CAMPUS AT THE ULI BUILDING HEALTHY PLACES INITIATIVE

Bill Lenihan, AIA, of Tevebaugh Associates teamed with Kathy Matt, PhD., Dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware, to present the UD STAR Campus at the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Building Healthy Places Initiative in Vancouver, Canada. The focus of the discussion was sharing ideas and projects that are based on transforming obsolete structures into the next generation healthcare facilities. …

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PRESENTING THE STAR CAMPUS AT THE ULI BUILDING HEALTHY PLACES INITIATIVE

Bill Lenihan, AIA, of Tevebaugh Associates teamed with Kathy Matt, PhD., Dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware, to present the UD STAR Campus at the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Building Healthy Places Initiative in Vancouver, Canada. The focus of the discussion was sharing ideas and projects that are based on transforming obsolete structures into the next generation healthcare facilities. The new Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus utilized portions of the shuttered Chrysler automotive assembly plant and now houses healthcare and physical therapy clinics, as well as advanced research labs and teaching spaces.

Watch the full discussion to learn more about the transformation of the STAR Campus and its dedication to being the next generation of healthy places.

04  |  16  |  2014

TEVEBAUGH’S GIFT BRINGS A TOUCH OF NATURE TO COLLEGE

Jim Tevebaugh presents Kathy Matt PhD, Dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware, with two back-lit marquee images of local nature scenes. These marquees mark the entrances to the Physical Therapy Clinic and Nurse Managed Health Center at the new University of Delaware’s Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus in Newark. This gift, presented by Tevebaugh Associates, will provide …

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TEVEBAUGH’S GIFT BRINGS A TOUCH OF NATURE TO COLLEGE

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Jim Tevebaugh presents Kathy Matt PhD, Dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware, with two back-lit marquee images of local nature scenes. These marquees mark the entrances to the Physical Therapy Clinic and Nurse Managed Health Center at the new University of Delaware’s Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus in Newark. This gift, presented by Tevebaugh Associates, will provide a sense of serenity and inspiration in a space designed for healing and discovery. A special thanks to Mitchell Associates for donating time for the installation and fabrication.

12  |  16  |  2013

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES HOLDS TIME CAPSULE CEREMONY

The new Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus at the University of Delaware held its first official event to commemorate the completion of the new building and to fill a time capsule that will be opened in 50 years. Included in the capsule are ideas and predictions by current students and faculty to what healthcare and the STAR campus may look like in 50 …

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COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES HOLDS TIME CAPSULE CEREMONY

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The new Health Sciences Complex on the STAR Campus at the University of Delaware held its first official event to commemorate the completion of the new building and to fill a time capsule that will be opened in 50 years.

Included in the capsule are ideas and predictions by current students and faculty to what healthcare and the STAR campus may look like in 50 years.

“Our facility at the STAR Campus is going to create a new model for the integration of clinically based research, inter-professional education, and the delivery of clinical services…We want the entire community to join the conversation and help us predict — and shape — health care history.”
- Kathleen Matt. Dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware

10  |  28  |  2013

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE S.T.A.R. CAMPUS!

TEVEBAUGH ASSOCIATES PRODUCED THIS VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE NEW COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES ON THE STAR CAMPUS. ANIMATIONS AND VIDEO PRODUCTION WERE PRODUCED IN HOUSE USING THE LATEST BIM AND VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE. KATHY MATT PhD, DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, EXPLAINS THE VISION OF THE S.T.A.R. CAMPUS AND NARRATES THE VIRTUAL WALK-THROUGH.

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TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE S.T.A.R. CAMPUS!

TEVEBAUGH ASSOCIATES PRODUCED THIS VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE NEW COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES ON THE STAR CAMPUS. ANIMATIONS AND VIDEO PRODUCTION WERE PRODUCED IN HOUSE USING THE LATEST BIM AND VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE.

KATHY MATT PhD, DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, EXPLAINS THE VISION OF THE S.T.A.R. CAMPUS AND NARRATES THE VIRTUAL WALK-THROUGH.