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An architecture student at K-State, Gabby Coleman participated in the design of the future multicultural center and found a new employer in the process.
While university libraries may have felt dated and old-fashioned back when we were in school, library design has never been more future-facing than right now.
As we look forward to an uncertain fall semester, what lessons can we extract from this past spring? And how can we build a stronger relationship with students in the coming months (wherever they may be)?
Nontraditional college students have different needs – from child care to nontraditional class hours – that must be met for them to be successful. That means rethinking everything—from class times to campus design.
Overwhelming research shows a clear correlation between the arts and student success, another reason why turning STEM into STEAM has been so important.
The economic benefits of 10 pending school bond election projects in the Kansas City area is huge, with a total economic impact of more than $799.9 million.
Hollis + Miller is proud to announce it has been named one of the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) West North Central region’s 2020 Community Leadership Award recipients for its work on the new Lenexa City Center Library, which received the USGBC Award of Merit in the Innovative Design, New [...]
For the new Morris Family Multicultural Student Center for Kansas State University, the firm gathered a team of architects and designers not only composed of several women, but of diverse professionals who bring a unique perspective of their own.
We’re pleased to announce Hollis + Miller Partner Michelle Chavey has been selected for Kansas City Business Journal’s 2020 class of NextGen Leaders.
Hollis + Miller receives ENR Mountain States 2020 Best Projects Award for Interior/Tenant Improvement
The Castle Rock office of Hollis + Miller Architects was honored with a 2020 Best Projects award from Engineering News-Record (ENR) Mountain States for Interior/Tenant Improvement.
Our seven emerging professionals have gone above and beyond this summer. We have been thrilled to help them learn and grow with the Hollis + Miller family these past few months. We asked them to share their experiences with us.
Michelle Chavey, partner, has been selected to the Class of 2019 “40 Under 40” by Building Design + Construction—representing KC on the national award list.
Hollis + Miller worked with Grain Valley Schools to develop the long-range master plan that would serve as the road map moving forward.
As a partner of the Shawnee Mission School District, Hollis + Miller donated the design and construction of its signature outdoor learning classroom, known as Learnscape.
SITUATION With more than 14,000 students, the Blue Springs School District is one of the largest districts in the Kansas City area. Yet, for more than two decades, all ninth-graders at Blue Springs South High School attended a separate Freshman Center. After a bond issue was approved by area voters [...]
SITUATION As the most diverse location of Kansas City’s Metropolitan Community College, the Penn Valley campus welcomes nearly 6,000 students each fall. However, the school recognized the need to upgrade its Student Success Center to more effectively serve the student population and provide a better [...]
Jeffco Public Schools in Denver area needed more space to accommodate the additional 400 children coming the following year, and also wanted to incorporate collaborative learning in a way that could benefit every Summit Ridge student.