SLAM’s professional studios of designers, engineers, site planners and construction specialists are skilled in discovering interdisciplinary solutions to design challenges, and serve as collaborative resources on every project we undertake.
Many design firms are content to simply create architectural drawings and leave responsibility for the built project to others. SLAM is different. We actively pursue new ways to increase our accountability and advocacy for our clients. We are uniquely positioned to take full responsibility for successful project delivery, supported by an in-house team of construction professionals with proven track records in delivering projects within the established schedule and budget.
As a multi-disciplinary firm, SLAM’s most distinctive product is not simply design but integrated project delivery.
In the News
Montclair State University dedicated the $55 million Center for Environmental and Life Sciences in October of 2015 in Montclair, N.J.
Sacred Heart University broke ground in September of 2015 on the $45 million Center of Healthcare Education in Bridgeport, Conn.
Clayton State University opened its $18 million Science Building in August of 2015 in Morrow, Ga.
The University of San Diego is building the $18 million Betty & Bob Beyster Institute for Nursing Research, Advanced Practice, and Simulation.
The University of Buffalo's John & Judith Kapoor Hall, the former Acheson Hall, was completely gutted and renovated, including interior walls and HVAC systems, to bring the building and its technologies into the 21st century for the School of Pharmacy. The 160,000-sf building was originally constructed as a chemistry building in 1959, with additions in 1962 and 1963.
Middlesex Hospital opened the $28 million Shoreline Medical Center in late April of 2014 in Westbrook, Conn.
The new six-story, 104,000-sf Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education provides the first new home for medical education at Duke University since 1930. The facility includes a 400-seat meeting room/conference center, a lecture hall, and two floors of teaching and research laboratories, including a full floor dedicated to clinical simulation. It is centrally located on the medical campus, close to Duke University Hospital, laboratory and research buildings, medical clinics, and the Duke Cancer Center.
UMass Memorial Health Care opened its 14,000-sf Cancer Center at Marlborough Hospital in September of 2013.
Buffalo State College officially broke ground in June of 2011 on a $38 million facility to house the departments of computer information systems and technology.
The Renée Samuels Arts and Technology Center at the University of Hartford's Hartford Art School is a 15,000-sf, two-story addition that provides a new facade for the existing Taub Hall, where an additional 6,000 sf of space has been renovated. Studios, classrooms, and galleries surround a common space shared by all of the departments. Koopman Commons, a central two-story atrium, is a flexible space that promotes interaction among students and faculty with expansive walls for hanging art or projecting images.