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WPA has worked with NSU stakeholders and our partners at SWAY and Acorn Sign Graphics to design a new sign family to kick off the Norfolk State University Wayfinding Program. The goals of the Wayfinding Program are to make the University more welcoming, accessible and navigable, to provide information clearly and consistently, to clean up existing sign clutter, and to enhance the appearance of the campus. It will reinforce the NSU Master Plan’s goals of promoting a healthy residential college campus with a focus on the pedestrian experience.

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Work Program Architects is proud and honored to be a part of JT’s Camp Grom team helping to bring this camp to life. Camp Grom is located in the City of Virginia Beach on a 70-acre parcel of land on Prosperity Road. The Virginia Gentlemen Foundation envisioned a place where wounded veterans and their families – and kids with all types of disabilities and their families – could have fun, heal and enjoy outdoor activities: a day camp fully accessible to those in wheelchairs. The camp will include a Welcome Center, Wellness Center, Amphitheater, Cafeteria and Tiki Café, Lake with fishing pier, Adventure Ropes Course, Aquatic Center which will include a Splash Park and a Flowrider – surfing/body boarding feature. Clark Nexsen and WPL completed the master-planning and bridging documents. Ross Vierra, of Axis Global Enterprises, will be leading the entire team of architects, engineers, and contractors.

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WPA is excited to be moving forward with  our partners, MSA, Sinclair Pratt Cameron, GET, Within Interior Design and  the Forella Group on the design phase of a new Skanska Marine Operations Business Office and Training Facility located at their Southern Branch Yard in Chesapeake.

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WPA would like to say congratulations to our friends at New Earth Farm in Virginia Beach on their feature story ‘A Sustainable Life’ in Distinction magazine. We are excited to be working with them again on their latest hyperlocal venture: Commune Crepes.

http://distinctionhr.com/2015/02/new-earth-farm/

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Strolling by Nobile & Amundsen gallery, inside Monticello Arcade, anyone may peer through the large picture window and see an entire exhibition. And this final one for the gallery looks like no other show in Hampton Roads.

http://hamptonroads.com/2015/03/art-show-nobile-amundsen-riding-one-last-wave

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We’ve enjoyed this collaboration with MK Catering, CJW Contractors, and staff at The Community College of Baltimore County’s Owings Mills campus, and can’t wait to grab a coffee and some delicious treats once it opens.

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End Transmission

“Group Exhibition Opening”

 

Opening Reception: Friday February 20th 7:00 – 9:00 PM

Nobile & Amundsen began two years ago as an experimental collaboration with Work Program Architects to contribute to the art dialogue in Norfolk, VA. In that time we’ve been honored to work with talented artists near and far. Thank you, WPA, and everyone else that has supported us. It’s been a fun ride.

Our final exhibit, End Transmission, features artwork by:

Schuyler Beecroft, Hampton Boyer, Adrian Landon Brooks, Christiana Caro, Leigh Anne Chambers, Vittorio Colaizzi, Peter Eudenbach, Sheila Giolitti, Brad Hall, Randy Hess, David Johnson, Bob Lake, Nikki Leone, Christopher Mahonski, Wade Mickley, Daniel Moore, Thomas Moore, Suzanne Peck, Lee Piechoki, Charlotte Potter, John Roth, John Rudel, Tim Skirven, Jason Stick, Jordan Swartz, John Vitale, and Thom White.

After Party

10 PM @ SHUSH FACTORY // $6 COVER

ETERNAL SUMMERS // THE SEEERS // +SPECIAL GUESTS

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WPA was contacted by Collins Enterprises to lead the public process portion of the Westport Commons and Watermark Apartments project. The project, begun nearly a decade ago, involves the demolition of 243 Navy housing apartments built in 1948, and the construction of 180 apartments, 68 townhouses, 70 condominiums, and various indoor and outdoor amenities.

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