GBBN Architects – Architect and design lead

GBBN Architects is a research-based design firm with a proven record of delivering inspiring, efficient, and sensitive building design and architecture. From our locations in Beijing, Cincinnati, Louisville and Pittsburgh, it is our passion to craft spaces that elevate our clients and communities. We find people thrive in memorable settings that evoke joy and capture imagination. We work tirelessly to craft these moments in physical spaces and believe they define the cultural character of our communities. Our commitment to collaboration and responsiveness as well as our dedication to developing value for clients has resulted in a practice built on a high percentage of repeat business.


Turner Construction Company – Construction Manager

Turner Construction Company’s Cincinnati office has served the healthcare, education, commercial and industrial construction markets for nearly 60 years, offering construction management, design-build, general contractor and related services on projects of all sizes. With a local staff of nearly 200, Turner proudly supports its local community. The Cincinnati office manages on average more than $250 million annually. Consistently ranked the leading sustainable builder in the nation, Turner was founded in 1902 in New York, NY, and operates through a network of offices in the U.S., including four offices in Ohio. For more information, please visit www.turnerconstruction.com/cincinnati.


Ellington Management Services, Inc. – Diversity inclusion consultant

Ellington Management Services, Inc. (EMS) is an Economic Inclusion and Diversity consulting firm. EMS develops, implements, and manages all aspects of economic inclusion and outreach processes. EMS was founded in 2002 by Eugene Ellington. EMS is a 100% minority-owned firm whose office is located in Lockland, Ohio. Over the last 13 years EMS has delivered exceptional economic inclusion and workforce outcomes on over 60 construction projects. EMS has developed Economic Inclusion policies in 6 different states. EMS has also developed partnerships with minority and female-owned businesses in 18 cities across the country. EMS was instrumental in developing the Economic Inclusion and Workforce Development Plan for the Banks River Front Development. Eugene Ellington has served on the Mayor of Cincinnati Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee as well as the Diversity Advisory Board for the Cincinnati Reds.

Ellington Management Services, Inc. (EMS) is an Economic Inclusion and Diversity consulting firm. EMS develops, implements, and manages all aspects of economic inclusion and outreach processes. EMS was founded in 2002 by Eugene Ellington. EMS is a 100% minority-owned firm whose office is located in Lockland, Ohio. Over the last 13 years EMS has delivered exceptional economic inclusion and workforce outcomes on over 60 construction projects. EMS has developed Economic Inclusion policies in 6 different states. EMS has also developed partnerships with minority and female-owned businesses in 18 cities across the country. EMS was instrumental in developing the Economic Inclusion and Workforce Development Plan for the Banks River Front Development. Eugene Ellington has served on the Mayor of Cincinnati Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee as well as the Diversity Advisory Board for the Cincinnati Reds.


John G. Waite Architects – Preservation architects

John G. Waite Associates, with offices in Albany and New York City, provides leadership and consulting in the preservations, restoration and reuse of historic properties, including many in the nation’s most significant historic landmarks.
The firm’s approach is based on detailed archival research, thorough investigation and analysis of historic materials and building technology, and a commitment to the most current and effective conservation procedures.
Founded in 1995, with roots going back to a general architectural practice established before World War II, JGWA has restored hundreds of historic buildings across the United States and has received more than fifty historic preservation awards for its projects.
Preservation and stewardship of historic structures is fundamentally tied to the tenets of sustainable design, and is critical to the protection of our environment. Reusing and adapting historic structures has wide-ranging benefits across all areas of society, realizing energy and material savings while preserving our cultural and architectural inheritance. JGWA’s LEED-accredited architects, historic interiors specialists, and building materials conservators look at each project as an opportunity to implement sustainable design within sound preservation approaches.


Truescan3D

Truescan3D, a division of The Kleingers Group, is located in Cincinnati and has completed hundreds of 3D laser scanning projects across the nation. Founded from a company of licensed surveyors, Truescan3D understands the importance of accurate measurement data and is focused on improving the efficiency and accuracy of our client’s data. In addition to 3D laser scanning, Truescan3D develops and converts point clouds into easy to use information and create building models. For more information, please visit www.truescan3d.com.

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