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Elizabeth Stoel Joins Panel Discussion at Design Advocacy Group

Associate Partner Elizabeth Stoel will join industry and education leaders to discuss the decade-long public-private partnership between Drexel University and the School District of Philadelphia that lead to the construction of the Powel Elementary and Science Leadership Academy Middle Schools (P/SLA-MS). The project is part of a new innovation district in West Philadelphia that stitches together public education, residents of an existing neighborhood, higher education institutions, and new research developments. The discussion will be facilitated by the Design Advocacy Group on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 10 am. 

St. Pete Pier Featured in Landscape Architect Magazine

The St. Pete Pier was featured in the latest issue of Landscape Architect. The story was written by Booth Design Group's Julie Booth! Rogers Partners is proud to have worked on the "jewel of downtown" with such a talented design team. 

Associate Partner Elizabeth Stoel Discusses Pinkerton Clubhouse with Municipal Art Society of NY

Associate Partner Elizabeth Stoel will discuss the Madison Square Boys & Girls Club Pinkerton Clubhouse with the Municipal Art Society of New York via an online forum on the evening of October 5th. The Pinkerton Clubhouse was named the Society's Best New Building of 2020. Elizabeth will be joined by other designers that have also been recognized by the Municipal Art Society for their project's significant contributions to the built environment of New York City. 

 

 

Houston 2020 Visions Exhibition

Galveston Bay Park has been selected as one of three "Visionary" projects for display at the first annual Houston 2020 Visions Exhibition opening August 31, 2020! The Exhibition is a collaboration between the City of Houston and the AIA Houston meant to celebrate "innovative, visionary project proposals that...place design and sustainability at the heart of ...planning a more resilient future." Galveston Bay Park is a collaboration with Walter P Moore and the Rice University SSPEED Center.