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In the News

Last week, CO celebrated the grand opening of the new lobby for the UCLA La Kretz Botany Building. The reimagined lobby space creates sight lines to the adjacent garden and brings to life a mosaic design from the building’s original architect, Paul Williams.The full renovation project will consolidate much of the EEB department within the Botany Building and make departmental research and teaching visible to the greater UCLA community.

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The new Health Innovation Center at Northern Kentucky University celebrated its grand opening on October 17th, 2018. COworkers were on hand to celebrate with the University and the Governor of Kentucky.

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SCUP 2018 Annual Conference, July 16, 2018

Don’t miss Principal James Simeo’s session One University’s Proactive Plan to Address a Crippling Health Epidemic at the Annual SCUP Conference at Nashville Music City Center.

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California State University, Sacramento’s new 96,631-sf Ernest E. Tschannen Science Complex recently had its ceremonial topping out event.

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SCUP 2018 North Central Symposium | Living and Learning – Health and Wellness on Campus, Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Don’t miss Principal James Simeo’s session Transforming Health Education: The New Health Innovation Center at Northern Kentucky University at the SCUP Conference at Xavier University.

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As designers we are constantly searching for inspiration to motivate our projects. Learn how CO Architects used a building’s historical characteristics as influence for modern details in this journal entry from Rachel Jordan.

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The 96,631-square-foot complex will open in June 19, and will include 30 cutting-edge biology and chemistry labs with the latest instruments, as well as a 2,500-square-foot planetarium and a roll-back rooftop observatory housing telescopes for viewing the night sky.

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