To effectively and efficiently analyze data contained in master plans, Schmidt Associates offers Strategic Capture of Planning Elements (SCOPE). This interactive dashboard allows facilities staffs to easily utilize, edit, and sort information by facility or project type, priority, and need, making your deferred maintenance planning easier.
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For the past 27 years, Schmidt Associates’ Louisville office (formally known as Arrasmith) and the Louisville Zoo have enjoyed a relationship, filled with exotic animals, intricate storylines, and dazzling designs that bring the public closer to the built environment. The result? Nine exhibits, architectural awards from both the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the […]
Seeing beautiful buildings co-exist against a backdrop of mountains, valleys, and blue waters in his homeland of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Architectural Graduate Alvin Laguerre knew he wanted to contribute to beauty and speak loudly through design. This solidified his career decision, and he’s drawn his own roadmap to success. Learn more about Alvin and his bright […]
In 2017, School City of Hammond hired Schmidt Associates to complete a facility study resulting in plans to develop the new Hammond Central High School, which, along with the existing Morton High School, replaces the aging Clark, Gavit, and Hammond High Schools that closed in June. On July 22 during the building’s dedication, ribbons were […]
Schmidt Associates is proud to offer its Student Mentors program for high school students to get a professional glimpse of everyday life in the field before graduating. While the firm’s leadership always enjoys educating young people and helping shape their futures, the real excitement comes from success stories like Myrisha Powell. As a Project Lead […]
Fast Facts about Janet Position: Business Development Manager – New Markets Education: University of Louisville Dream Louisville Meal: The pork chop at Jack Fry’s, lobster macaroni and cheese from Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse; and a slice of key lime pie from Stoney River Grill From her infectious smile to her genuine interest in others, Janet […]
After decades of unsuccessful attempts by for-profit developers, Englewood Community Development Corporation and John Boner Neighborhood Centers managed to revive the historic but neglected P.R. Mallory factory as a community asset. Once the bustling intellectual headquarters of P.R. Mallory & Company, the inventors of the Duracell battery and many other technological innovations, the industrial site […]
How Purdue University is combining community engagement, early program exposure, and cutting-edge education design to increase its engineering student pipeline. STEM careers are in increasingly high demand. Today, we don’t have the volume of prepared applicants funneling into higher education institutions to meet the workforce needs of tomorrow and continue to successfully compete in the […]
Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky, is expanding its health sciences campus. We’ve partnered with them to design a training environment that helps differentiate its health sciences programs, further develop its graduate portfolio, and enhance interprofessional education. The new space is a renovation of the existing Cooke Building, a former automobile showroom. The goal is […]
By Sarah Hempstead and Sara Richey Creating and enhancing STEM programs, especially for engineering, is critical to developing the next generation of innovators. Feeding a pipeline of workers to support our local and regional communities is just a starting point. Designing academic spaces for students in professional programs requires a tailored approach based in […]