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Svigals + Partners has helped build successful communities for 35 years with its collaborative approach to architectural design.

By Alan Dorich and John Krukowski

One of the great side benefits of being a construction or architecture firm is the ability to point to a beautiful building and declare with satisfaction, “I did that.” That’s certainly the case for New Haven, Conn.-based Svigals + Partners, an architectural firm that for 35 years has been amassing a portfolio of significant buildings in the Northeast and elsewhere that would be the pride of any firm.

HuffmanHuffman & Company and Zimmer Development unveil a luxury student housing project. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Forget about bunkbeds, communal bathrooms and shared closet space. Stadium Enclave is entirely different type of student housing facility. The amenity-studded campus with private bathrooms, walk-in closets and an enormous swimming pool with palm trees and cabanas resembles a resort.

WS Bellows Texas Childrens HospitalW. S. Bellows’ history with Texas Children’s Hospital serves both parties well on the hospital’s latest expansion project.

By Chris Petersen

One of the hallmarks of a successful contractor is the ability to create strong, long-lasting relationships with clients, and that’s exactly what Houston-based W. S. Bellows Construction Corporation has developed with Texas Children’s Hospital. For more than 27 years, W. S. Bellows has maintained a consistent presence on the hospital’s campus with numerous high-profile projects such as the West Tower and Vertical Expansion, Feigin Center and Vertical Expansion, Clinical Care Center, and most recently, the Pavilion for Women.

W. S. Bellows Vice President Tommy Kubin says the company’s relationship with Texas Children’s is emblematic of Bellows’ high-quality work and the way it conducts business. “We do a lot of repeat work for our clients and it’s a testament to not only our building capabilities but our client service as well” he says. “Everyone remembers the last job you did for them and we always strive to leave a positive lasting impression.”

Emerick Construction picEmerick Construction continues to build relationships with clients, employees and the community as it celebrates 75 years of success.
By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Emerick Construction sees its projects as being more than just one-time transactions. “When we build a project it’s not just for a paycheck, but to build a relationship with our clients,” says Samantha Jordan, director of business development and marketing for the Tualatin, Oregon-based company. “We go into each project with the mindset of creating a perpetual partnership.”

Spence BrothersSpence Brothers is at work on two high-rise student living projects in Ann Arbor, Mich.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Not many companies last through four generations of family leadership, but Spence Brothers has continued to thrive for decades. CEO Herb Spence III explains that the company has done whatever was needed to survive the tumultuous construction industry.

MUSCTechnology has been critical to the construction of the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital, which aims to deliver the highest quality of care with advanced systems.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Building a hospital is serious business, and when planning the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) understood the project’s significance from the start. To ensure the facility was built to meet the critical and extensive needs of the community, MUSC Children’s Health turned to the clinicians and families the hospital would serve to help guide the project. 

Austin Commercial

Austin Commercial’s new project will grow the Texas A&M University Central Texas campus.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media 

When clients hire Austin Commercial to build their project, they can be sure that the contractor will use a team of skilled workers. “We’ve had good people in the company all these years, working hard,” Senior Project Manager Cody Risien says.

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