HERA laboratory planners is pleased to welcome Leila A. Rzskya-Filipek to the Philadelphia office. Leila joins HERA as an intern architect with three years of experience at architectural firms in Colorado and New York. She has a diverse portfolio of work, ranging from designing low-income town homes in Colorado to condominiums in Manhattan. Leila graduated […]
HERA Principal Barbara Spitz, AIA and Laboratory Planner Joshua Evans recently spoke at the Next Generation Dx Summit in Washington, DC on the firm’s design process for clinical labs, and how informed decisions early in the design process can help create successful outcomes later. As experts in clinical lab design, Barbara and Joshua spoke about […]
HERA Lab Planners participated this summer in the Rockwood School District’s Partners in Education Project Interface program, which partners students with business professionals in the students’ area of interest. Aashna Patra, a senior at Eureka High School, partnered with HERA to learn about design and critical thinking skills within the architectural profession. HERA designer Jinhee […]
Stephens College recently celebrated its 183rd birthday in style – by cutting the ribbon on its newly renovated Center for Health Sciences building. The four-level, 1940s Sampson Hall has been renovated and expanded into a 23,500 SF state-of-the-art home for their new Physician Assistant Studies program. Working with Mackey Mitchell Architects, HERA lab planners programmed, […]
Dr. Lihong Wang, the Gene K. Beare Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering and a research member of the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, received a 2013 Transformative Research Award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). One of only 10 recipients, his lab founded a new type of […]
HERA Principal Jim Cartwright was interviewed at the opening of the Helix Center Biotech Incubator. Check out Jim talking about the laboratories at 0:23 into the video.
The Criminalistics Laboratory for the Johnson County, Kansas Sheriff’s Office is due to open in early 2012. The $30 million facility is anticipated to receive a Platinum rating from the United States Green Building Council, the highest rating a building can achieve.