Chan Krieger & Associates is committed to city life and urban revitalization, believing that the well being of contemporary American society is much dependent on the health and prosperity of its cities and the quality of their public realm. We are a twenty-person firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts, offering a full range of design and planning services. Founded in 1984, the firm has been built on our ability to cross the disciplines of architecture, urban design and public space planning. We bring a distinctive combination of pragmatic methodology, scholarship, and civic vision to our work. We work primarily for the public, educational, and institutional sectors, particularly on projects that engage complex settings. We take special pride in that work, believing that the highest calling for design professionals is to consider and improve the broader context in which specific projects are realized. We feel most effective when collaborating with clients on significant community or civic projects.
Each of the three senior principals at Chan Krieger & Associates has over twenty years of experience at various scales of projects and has been active serving in public and civic affairs. Two additional principals were named in 2004, increasing our depth of expertise and making Chan Krieger & Associates qualified to provide architectural and planning services at any scale.
A recent range of projects include: visualizing the possibilities for a great riverfront along the Trinity River in Dallas; a master plan for the unification of the medical district in Buffalo, NY and the Dolan Field House at Clark University. Our award winning architecture includes: the Carl J. Shapiro Clinical Center at Boston's Beth Israel Hospital, the Nicholas Athletic Center at Buckingham, Brown and Nichols School in Cambridge, and The Discovery Museum in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Recognition of the firm's work includes: thirteen AIA design awards, eight awards in national design competitions, two Progressive Architecture awards, and the AIA Institute Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design for the Vision Plan for Pittsburgh's Riverfronts.
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