- University of Nevada, Reno University Arts Building
We fully embrace our responsibility to society by designing spaces that emphasize academic learning and social development.
- California State University, Long Beach 2035 Campus Master Plan
Extensive Engagement Results in Student-Centered Campus Vision
Explore Our Work
- Shenzhen Institute of Design and Innovation
Campus Gracefully Blends Technology and Environment
- University of Florida Institute of Black Culture and Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures
Design Foundations in Cultural Identities
- Pima Community College Center of Excellence for Applied Technology
New CTE Building Pride of the Community
- Los Rios Community College District-CRC Elk Grove Center Phase Two
Transparent, Engaging Science Building
- Cleveland Clinic Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion
Next Gen Education: Teamwork
Evolution of Campus
DLR Group Senior Associate Rita Saikali Carter joins TRXL podcast to talk about the issue of loyalty to an architecture firm versus the stigma of moving to different firms, and the reasons she's moved firms in the past.
Campus Design for Engagement and Equity
In this week’s Design is Everywhere podcast episode, we learn how institutions are designing equity into their decision-making process with DLR Group Senior Associate Linsey Graff.
COVID-19, E-Learning, and the Collegiate Pedagogy Model
Out of necessity came change, then widespread innovation in interactions between teachers, students, and the learning environment.
Instituting a “Door is Always Open” Approach to Academic Offices
While the recent shift to virtual office hours was done out of necessity, the concept has significant potential to become a long-term solution on higher education campuses nationwide.
Planning for a Resilient Future in Higher Education
Effective, engaged, and integrated planning doesn't propose to guess the future; it empowers colleges and universities to be adaptable and resilient during uncertain times.
The Evolution of Campus: A New Normal for Higher Education
A second phase of ongoing research across colleges and universities focused on long-term thinking that addresses vulnerabilities and potential benefits for students, faculties, and communities.
Science + Technology
Priorities for Laboratory Environments: Flexibility
Easily adaptable lab environments bring new possibilities to ever-changing research requirements, elevating the case for flexible design.
10 Ways to Address Energy Use in Science+Technology Facilities
There are several high-impact strategies to reduce a building’s carbon footprint and improve operational expenses – without large-scale upgrades.
- Case Western Reserve Dental Clinic
Crossing the Line: Community Integrated Care
- Jameson Crane Surgical Skills Lab
Practice Makes Perfect
- Valencia College, Poinciana Campus
Campus and Community Weave History Together
- Arapahoe Community College, Sturm Collaboration Campus
Collaborative Community Education
- Colorado State University-Pueblo, Center for Integrated Health and Human Inquiry
Building Transformed for Modern Learning
- Vanderbilt University
Trans-Institutional Plan Sets New Campus Standards
- California Polytechnic State University, Vista Grande Dining Facility
Dining Pavilion Embodies Home Away from Home
- Mt. San Jacinto College Math and Science Building
Dynamic New Building Enriches Students
In the Media
Chaffey College Taps DLR Group for Planning and Design Services
A new library and learning commons will enhance student access to resources, and a new campus master plan will accommodate future growth.
Voorhees College Granted Funds for Campus-Wide Preservation Plan
DLR Group partners with Voorhees College to secure funding reserved for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Improving Public Health Outcomes in Tennessee
We are presenting at the Association of American Medical Colleges' Group on Business Affairs and Group on Institutional Planning's 2022 Joint Spring Meeting.
Equitable Sustainability Planning Across Three Campuses
DLR Group Senior Associate Linsey Graff, Assoc. AIA, will discuss sustainability efforts across campuses at the 2022 SCUP Annual Conference.
Calvin T. Ryan Library to be Renovated and Renewed
DLR Group’s design will transform the 60-year-old facility to meet modern-day needs of students, faculty, and staff at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
Historic Properties to be Converted to Intern Housing
DLR Group’s design will create a permanent residence facility in Washington, D.C. to serve interns in the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute program.
Lab Sustainability: 10 Things You Can Do Now for Big Impact
DLR Group Principal Chris Ertl, AIA, LEED AP, and Associate Carl Ciacci will present at the 2022 TAPPA Educational Conference and Business Partner Fair. This session will uncover strategies to decrease costs and increase lab sustainability.