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Justice Services Featured in Correctional News Magazine
March 19, 2013
Correctional design continues to evolve with architectural trends, as prison facilities across the country start to outdate and outgrow themselves, Shive-Hattery aims to lead a new approach
Shive-Hattery Design Earns LEED Platinum Award
January 23, 2013
The Environmental Education Center, built as part of the Iowa City's East Side Recycling Center complex, has earned a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum certification, the highest classification available
2012 Zweig Letter Hot Firm
December 21, 2012
Shive-Hattery ranked 92 on the 2012 Zweig Letter Hot Firm List
East Side Recycling Center in Green Building & Design magazine
December 19, 2012
Iowa City: If you only think ‘corn’ when someone says Iowa, you’re living in the past. Iowa City is a progressive bastion on the forefront of smart urban planning and sustainable design.
Architectural Record's Top 250 Firms
December 17, 2012
Shive-Hattery ranked on Architectural Record's Top 250 firms
Iowa Architect Magazine Features Shive-Hattery Design
December 12, 2012
The East Side Recycling Center graces the cover of iaarchitect magazine
Shive-Hattery Design Wins International Downtown Award
November 15, 2012
Moline Centre Streetscape Master Plan - 5th Avenue Reconstruction Project awarded 2012 Downtown Merit Award by the International Downtown Association
Shive-Hattery Announces New President & Acquisition
October 25, 2012
Firm names James A. Lee as President and acquires Design Organization, an architecture, interior design and planning firm, with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Valparaiso, Indiana.
Building Design + Construction Giants 300 List
August 24, 2012
Shive-Hattery ranked 26 on the BD+C Giants 300 Engineering/Architecture list
Voted Best Engineering Firm By Readers of the CBJ
July 16, 2012
For six consecutive years, Shive-Hattery is voted the Best Engineering Firm of the Corridor

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