Author: IKM EP

As the architects for the Erickson Alumni Center at West Virginia University, IKM Incorporated sought to unite the goals of the Alumni Association in a new facility. IKM understood the importance of history, tradition, and “place-making.” The result is a $12 million project in a 48,000 square foot iconic alumni facility located less than 400…

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IKM was retained to renovate the sixth and seventh floors of E & F Buildings in support of a planned Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center of Excellence initiative at UPMC Mercy Hospital. The design created a new public circulation path to divert unrelated pedestrian traffic around the new unit. Additionally, some of the core areas…

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When the West Virginia University Alumni Association decided that it was time for a new alumni center, they understood the importance of history, tradition, and “place-making” and hired IKM Incorporated Architects to work with them to incorporate all three elements into the design.   With more than 165,000 graduates worldwide and ever increasing enrollment at the…

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As an historic building, the Carnegie Alumni Center at Grove City College presented a unique challenge to the architects at Pittsburgh-based IKM. The Carnegie building, originally constructed in 1900, is the oldest publicly used building on the Grove City campus. It was originally built as a library for both the College and community and funded…

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IKM Incorporated, the Pittsburgh-based architectural firm specializing in healthcare and education design, has accepted the Architecture 2030 Challenge sponsored by the American Institute of Architects to adapt their operations and design philosophy to reflect a higher level of environmental consciousness that is critical to our future. “IKM understands the important role that we play as…

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As part of the firm’s continuing education efforts and Lunch & Learn lecture series, IKM Incorporated hosted Robert Fragasso, CFP, president of Fragasso Financial Advisers, for a one hour discussion on the current economic situation. Mark Witouski, vice president and leader of IKM’s Continuing Education Cohort responsible for planning and bringing speakers into the office…

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Groundbreaking is scheduled for summer 2009 for a $26 million medical center in Indiana County, a recent venture between Indiana Regional Medical Center and the Center for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine (COSM). The Indiana Musculoskeletal Institute will be a 74,000-square-foot building located behind the hospital. Pittsburgh-based IKM Incorporated is the architect for the project. IKM…

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