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  • Intern to Intern Part II

    Intern to Intern Part II

    In a series of interviews titled “Intern to Intern,” I am sharing the stories of interns here at CannonDesign. The short stories below are a result of interviews that I have been conducting as a Marketing Communications intern in our Buffalo office. The stories include interns from various CannonDesign offices in the U.S. and Canada. Join me as I learn about the future members of the profession. Apply for an Internship at CannonDesign Today! > > Name: Thomas Mulligan Office: Buffalo School: University at Buffalo Discipline: Architecture Growing up, Thomas was always an artistic person and always had a general interest in architecture in high school. He even took some...
  • Intern to Intern Part I

    Intern to Intern Part I

    In a series of interviews titled “Intern to Intern,” I am sharing the stories of interns here at CannonDesign. The short stories below are a result of interviews that I have been conducting as a Marketing Communications intern in our Buffalo office. The stories include interns from various CannonDesign offices in the U.S. and Canada. Join me as I learn about the future members of the profession. Apply for an Internship at CannonDesign Today! > > Name: Caroline Niederpruem Office: Buffalo School: University at Buffalo, Cornell University Discipline: Architecture Although always interested in art, Caroline did not discover architecture right away. She started off doing set design work and then moved...
  • Michael Tunkey

    Buffalo News Asks Mike Tunkey, “What’s Next for Buffalo’s Architecture?”

  • Positive Energy & Excitement: Buffalo Urban Futures Forum Sets Tone for City’s Future

    Positive Energy & Excitement: Buffalo Urban Futures Forum Sets Tone for City’s Future

    The inaugural Buffalo Urban Futures Forum proved a success last Thursday at Buffalo’s famed Albright-Knox Art Gallery. The event brought together local leaders key to Buffalo’s recent resurgence to take part in a panel discussion about what comes next regarding urban development, infrastructure investment, sustainability and innovation for the city. We were proud to host the event in partnership with Next City, an international organization focused on inspiring better cities. Beyond the panelists, more than 200 attendees from standout Buffalo organizations attended to listen, contribute to the conversation, and think big about Buffalo’s future. A video of the event can be viewed on our Facebook page along with a photo...
  • Getting to Know You: Q&A with Buffalo’s New PK-12 Leader, Bill Zografos

    Getting to Know You: Q&A with Buffalo’s New PK-12 Leader, Bill Zografos

    An accomplished architect and project manager with more than 30 years of professional experience, Bill Zografos was recently named the PK-12 lead for Buffalo’s education market. In his role, Bill will help manage the day-to-day activities of PK-12 education projects, while guiding his team and CannonDesign partners to new project wins. We sat down with Bill to catch up on his work to-date for CannonDesign, as well as what he sees as leading and fading trends within the education space: How long have you been with CannonDesign? I’ve been with CannonDesign for almost 14 years, having been first introduced to the firm through two former colleagues at my previous firm...
  • Buffalo Urban Futures Forum 2017

    Buffalo Urban Futures Forum 2017

  • The Corporate Challenge Tradition

    The Corporate Challenge Tradition

    The Buffalo Office of CannonDesign has a long-standing tradition of participating in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge that spans over 30 years. The Corporate Challenge is a worldwide series of running events that is open to full-time employees at companies who are involved in the public and private sectors. The event is used as a platform to promote good health and fitness, and to create a bond between employees. Corporate Challenge 1985  This year’s event came with a host of new endeavors at the CannonDesign tent including grilled specialty sausages, Wegman’s catering, local craft beers, games such as giant Jenga, and prizes like Fitbits and CannonDesign gear. We had 37...
  • CannonDesign Goes Golfing

    CannonDesign Goes Golfing

    Larkin Links is the only “nano” golf course in the city of Buffalo. It’s designed to be a public art concept that is free and open for people to enjoy. The course features holes that were created by area artists and designers. CannonDesign was lucky enough to have the opportunity to design and build one of the featured holes. The design team set out with the mindset of getting people involved in the community and engaging CannonDesign employees to collaborate on a project and have fun doing it. The main objective of the design was to create a hole that highlighted a prominent building in Buffalo. One of the biggest advancements...
  • mendell dedication

    Celebrating Mark Mendell’s legacy at B/a+p

  • BIM Model Example

    Derek Main Authors Article on Using BIM for Project Coordination