Flynn Battaglia Architects has recently been awarded a contract with the State University Construction Fund for renovations of the Allen Hall Administration Building at SUNY Brockport. This project will include analysis and repairs of the exterior building envelope and will allow the design team to work to reimage the mid-century masonry and concrete building. FBA has worked on this building in the past as well as the recently completed Drake Memorial Library Plaza which spans between Allen Hall and the Drake Memorial Library.
Allen Hall Administration Building at SUNY Brockport
Principal Peter T. Flynn, AIA was recently awarded an AIA New York State 2016 Excelsior Award – the H. H. Richardson Award. The Henry Hobson Richardson Award recognizes AIA members licensed in NYS and practicing in the private sector who have made a significant contribution to the quality of NYS public architecture and who have established a portfolio of accomplishments. He will be presented with this award at the NYS AIA Conference in September
Project Coordinator Courtney Creenan-Chorley, AIA finished the last of the NYS requirements for her architectural license in June. The last piece of the puzzle, Courtney passed the last of the 7 required Architect Registration Exams (AREs) for licensure, having already earned her professional degree and completing the 5600 Intern Development Program (IDP) hours while working at FBA. Courtney has been a huge part of the continuing work at the Richardson Olmsted Complex since she came on board in 2012.
FBA welcomed recent Alfred State grad Josh Greenaker to the team this summer. Josh graduated in May from the Bachelor of Architecture program at SUNY Alfred State College of Technology and started at FBA in July. So far he has been contributing his technical expertise in our office as well as his experience with BIM and knowledge of other technologies that can help elevate our production and capabilities.
Senior Architect Michael Lennon, AIA and Associate Principal Mark Wendel, AIA will be presenting at the SUNY PPAA (State University of New York Physical Plant Administrators Association) Summer Conference this week at Ithaca College. The presentation is titled, Evaluating Archaic Wall System Integrity for Contemporary Use, and will highlight investigations and architectural solutions used at the Richardson Olmsted Complex (Buffalo NY), Guaranty Building (Buffalo NY), and the Park Center at SUNY Cortland. For more information about the conference, visit their website here.
Clockwise from top left: Park Center – SUNY Cortland, Guaranty Building, Asbury Delaware Church and Life Sciences Building – SUNY College of Technology at Alfred,