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CO designed a simulation center on the 7th floor of University of Arizona’s new Health Sciences Innovation Building where students will get hands-on training for real life scenarios. 

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Facades+ LA  | November 14, 2019

CO Principal Fabian Kremkus will be presenting “Reducing the City’s Carbon Footprint Through Facade Design” at Facades+ in Los Angeles on November. 14, 2019.

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AAMC Learn Serve Lead 2019 | November 8 – 12, 2019

Stop by CO’s booth at the Association of American Medical Colleges Learn Serve Lead 2019 Annual Meeting to learn more about our medical and health sciences education projects and meet CO Principals Scott Kelsey and Jonathan Kanda.

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The Student Services Building at Cal Poly Pomona recently received two awards from the AIA|LA and was recognized as a finalist in the World Architecture News 2019 WAN Awards.

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CO’s recent design of the Student Services Building at Cal Poly Pomona has become the first facility on its campus to garner LEED Platinum certification.

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CO’s Andrew Labov and Jennifer Swedell present at Tradeline – University Facilities for the Sciences and Advanced Technologies 2019 on October 28-29. Learn more about the session on trans-disciplinary clusters.

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The Student Services Building at Cal Poly Pomona received an Architecture MasterPrize Award in Architectural Design / Educational Buildings.

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