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Bill on Booming Biotech

TK&A's Bill Holt emphasizes the importance of smart, adaptable, collaborative design for both labs and offices in the rapidly expanding biotech industry.

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First Class

Blake Jackson, TK&A's sustainability practice leader, is part of the first class of WELL accredited professionals. The new certification, from the International Well Building Institute, recognizes extensive knowledge of health and well being in the built environment.

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Introducing
Elizabeth von Goeler

Liz brings more than 20 years of experience across multiple market sectors. Her collaborative process begins with the unique ability to translate a client’s business goals into a compelling design vision. She then champions that vision to create exciting and productive workplaces.

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One West Cafe at UPHS

UPHS repurposes two spaces to create new destinations.

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Flexibility — It Takes a Plan

Greg Muth reveals why some flexibility claims are a stretch

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Moakley Cancer Center Addition

News

In the new issue of New England Real Estate Journal, TK&A's recent Moakley Cancer Center Addition has received tremendous praise on the design, functionality, and overall improvement to the BMC community.    Read more

WELLness in Labs

Sustainability

With Americans spending an estimated 90% of their time indoors, it's not surprising that architecture affects health. In Lab Design News, TK&A's Blake Jackson discusses the issue and ways to improve it.    Read more

FOOD project

News

It was TK&A's fourth year volunteering with the FOOD Project! This year focused on urban farming in Lynn, MA to help promote healthy food options, awareness, and local summer jobs within the community.     Read more

A Better City

Awards

We've been recognized by A Better City's Challenge for Sustainability, winning an award for the greatest greenhouse gas reduction from baseline of any member organization since the program's 2009 start.    Read more