SC Collective US/UK Portfolio, April 2014

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<ul><li><p> ARCHITECTURE I PRESERVATION I INTERIORS I WORKPLACE STRATEGIES SC Collective UK i n f o @ s c c o l l e c t i v e . c o m w w w . s c c o l l e c t i v e . c o m </p><p>UNITED KINGDOM l UNITED STATES </p></li><li><p>Designing creatively for the 21st century </p></li><li><p>Know what we know </p><p>Know what we dont know </p><p>Dont know what we dont know </p><p>Opportunity for Transformation </p></li><li><p>A Unique Model A New Process the human element to optimize </p><p>Good design is </p></li><li><p>Delivering world class design at a local design cost Team focus allows increased leadership involvement </p><p>Cost effective solutions </p><p>Improving Human </p><p>Experience </p><p>Exceptional </p><p>Value Streamlined </p><p>Process Fostering Innovation </p><p>Passion Respect </p><p>Trust </p><p>produces </p></li><li><p>Transforming spaces and revitalizing business through thoughtful, sustainable and socially engaged design </p></li><li><p>The building was completed in 1978. The north and east elevations of the building were included in the scope of work. Large sections of these rear walls, which are almost entirely made of brick cladding, extend multiple stories above the adjacent low rise buildings. These walls show displaced parapets on the north and west and their returns. In addition vertical cracking is encountered on the southwest corner of the masonry section of the setback. It was advisable to expose all shelf angles, clean and paint the steel and rebuilt the masonry properly flashed and weeped. </p><p>China Town, New York, NY Faade Rehabilitation </p><p>Wing Ming Building 2 Mott Street </p></li><li><p>The Edinburgh University </p><p>CHANGE IN CULTURE by promoting a literal transparency and communication Realignment of functions To support accessibility &amp; collaborative learning </p><p>The Edinburgh University Edinburgh Scotland, UK Administration and Teaching Facility </p><p>Evolution House </p></li><li><p>IMPROVED EFFICIENCY and PRODUCTIVITY </p><p>Enhancing the human potential by design to create </p><p>structure, calm and distinction </p></li><li><p>The Edinburgh College of Art Connector Bridge The Edinburgh University Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Master Plan and Design </p><p>As part of the new master plan for the ECA, a connector bridge was required to link the new Evolution House to the ECAs main building and Art College. In the heart of the historic city center, the connector is lightly inserted into the overall campus, framing views of the Edinburgh castle and providing a comfortable connection with the main building on campus. The connector also provides an interactive platform for student work, display and experimentation. Here students can replace and reconfigure parts of the material enclosure to allow for exploration and expression of art, design and architecture. </p></li><li><p>Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Interactive Sculptural Installation </p><p>With the integration of art and science, E-motion is an interactive sculptural installation designed to mark the science museum. The sculpture actively changes from day to night. E-Motion has become a commanding symbol for the Carnegie Science Center in the city of Pittsburgh. </p><p>Carnegie Science Center E-Motion </p></li><li><p>Our environments are the repositories of our memories and the containers of our dreams, aspirations, wants and needs. They are </p><p>reflections of us, our society, our culture and our time </p><p>BAXTERS MASTER PLAN </p><p>4 phase Master plan connecting Baxters highland campus to Fochabers village </p></li><li><p>Fochabers, Scotland Architecture, Branding and Master Plan </p><p>Baxters Food Group Highland Village </p><p>Founded in 1868, the Baxters Company remains a family business today. Bringing the history and heritage into the present, images of the Baxters company are brought to life with modern materiality and exhibition design process. This project emphasizes an educational user experience, both throughout the site and within the buildings and its amenities, all the while making the rich Baxters history come alive through out the site and context. </p></li><li><p>New York, NY Education &amp; Performing Arts Center </p><p>Boys &amp; Girls Harbor Education Building </p><p>Programmed for a school from Kindergarten to 12th grade and a performing arts facility, this project is designed to become a vital nucleus for the community. Exploring experiential learning methodologies and state of the art and experimental / flexible classrooms, the project utilizes natural light, space and architecture to promote optimal learning in the urban city context. </p></li><li><p>Volumetric studies for the performing arts </p></li><li><p>Northampton, MA Building Addition and Renovations </p><p>Opened in 1957, the structure has changed little in its 46 years. The plan includes enhancement to the living space by improving energy efficiency and introducing new furnishings and lighting The project will preserve the acclaimed International style of Cutter-Ziskind student housing complex, which serves as a teaching tool for history of art and architecture scholars. </p><p>Smith College Cutter-Ziskind Dormitory </p></li><li><p>Salt Lake City and County Building Utah </p></li><li><p>Salt Lake City, Utah Restoration and Facility Upgrade </p><p>The City and County Building in Salt Lake City, Utah is a Richardsonian-Romanesque stone building completed in 1893. Located in an active seismic area, this project upgraded and adapted the 160,000 sq/ft building to serve contemporary needs in addition to be able to function as the center of services during an earthquake. The $30 million USD project has won numerous national and regional awards since its completion for innovative technical solutions, the transformation and adaption of an old build into a modern facility, and the careful treatment of a significant historic building. </p><p>City and County Building Restoration/Preservation </p></li><li><p>Madison Ave Presbyterian Church, New York, NY </p></li><li><p>New York, NY Restoration &amp; Renovation </p><p>Following the recommendation of an earlier masterplan for phased implementation, the renovation of the upper portion of the sanctuary was undertaken, including the restoration of ceilings and decorative fretwork, a new fire suppression system, lighting and facilities upgrade. Over an eight year period the eleven-story Parish Hall, containing community facilities, a nursery school and residential units, was completely renovated and the general infrastructure of the church upgraded. </p><p>Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church Building Upgrade </p></li><li><p>Saratoga Springs, New York </p><p>This significant renovation included upgrading of the main banking hall and related spaces, along with areas directly adjacent. This also included the mezzanine, main entrance vestibule and secondary entrance on the northeast corner. </p><p>Saratoga Springs Bank Interior Redesign </p></li><li><p>NY S ta te Cap i to l Albany, NY Restoration &amp; Renovation Master Plan Award Winning Project </p><p>The New York State Capitol Building in Albany was built between 1867 and 1899. The State of New York recognized the need for a comprehensive, multi-year restoration and renovation effort. A thorough multi-volume historic structures report was undertaken documenting the history, physical development, and current conditions of the entire building followed by the preparation of a masterplan. This program outlined areas to be restored versus rehabilitated. Priorities were established and preliminary scopes of work were assembled for the efforts designated. With the work and priorities indentified, cost projections were prepared for a five year program. </p><p>Rehabilitation Masterplan </p></li><li><p>Woolworth Building New York, NY Preservation Project Winner of Numerous Awards </p><p>The building, completed in 1913, has an innovative steel frame and is clad with some 400,000 square feet of white and polychrome terra cotta. The restoration of the exterior terra cotta cladding commenced with the development of stress relieving techniques. Every second horizontal joint along the entire width of the building was cut to the full depth of the terra cotta (approximately four inches) allowing the stress to dissipate. Broken and cracked blocks were replaced with cast stone, joints were repainted and surfaces repaired. </p><p>Restoration &amp; Renovation </p></li><li><p>Planning the Goldman Sachs Workplace </p></li><li><p>Multi-use Corporate Tower </p><p>A holistic interior work environment of the future was developed to focus around the integration of work, fitness, and relaxation into one vertical campus setting, representing current cultural shifts in the workplace. With the intention of improving the quality of life for their employees, incorporated was a hotel and spa along with a state of the art sports club, child care and retail as part of a three million square foot project. </p><p>New York, NY Office and Support Amenities Complex </p><p>Goldman Sachs </p></li><li><p>Dumfries, Scotland </p><p>Working closely with the D&amp;G leadership and community we envisioned a space for engaging and enhancing the student experience in their study of Hospitality, Tourism &amp; Leisure. This hands-on learning environment allows for knowledge building and career specialization while providing students opportunities for real life experiences in a fine dining facility. Balancing the needs of accreditation approvals with existing facilities and design, our solution captures usable space in a transparent building insert. This new addition set between the existing green trapezoidal volumes of the library and the adjacent purple classroom pod, provides functional space while showcasing the new curricular components </p><p>Dumfries &amp; Galloway College New Building Insert </p><p>Curricula Expansion </p></li><li><p>Working Flexibly </p><p>More 'we' than 'me' </p><p>Information-sharing </p></li><li><p>Agile Humanistic </p><p>Sustainable </p><p>Efficient </p><p>The Collaborative Workplace </p></li><li><p>Multi-functional Work Place Strategies </p><p>Privacy Enhancing performance </p></li><li><p>Concept Sketch </p><p>Concept Development </p><p>Final Approved Layout </p><p>Contextually Integrated </p></li><li><p>leadership team </p><p>John McGee has 27 years experience working in the commercial interiors marketplace. With a level of expertise that ensures the delivery of highly efficient and inspirational spaces, Mr. McGee has developed considerable knowledge working with blue chip clients over the years including The Royal Bank of Scotland, Shell, BP, Exxon Mobil, BT, Prudential and Halliburton. Along with these clients, Mr.McGee has worked extensively with organizations such as Scottish Courts, the Scottish Government, Edinburgh College of Art, and University of Abertay. He is an active member of the Coleman Research Group Executive Forum, New York. </p><p>John McGee Managing Director, UK </p><p>SC Collective UK </p><p>Shashi Caan is an internationally recognized thought leader for progressive design. During her more than 25 years of design leadership and experience, she has simultaneously developed the three interlinked aspects of design practice, education and the coalescence of the global design community. She has a strong background in Corporate Design, with her former experience in leadership positions with the Firms of Skidmore Owings and Merrill and Gensler. She is the 2004 national US designer of the year, was granted the 2012 Golden Seat Architectural Master Award of China and, in 2013, she was appointed the JDP Design Ambassador to Japan. Her clients include such companies as Goldman Sachs, SEPA Scottish Environmental Protection Agency in Scotland and Aon Insurance. Also known for her well acclaimed book Rethinking Design, Shashi is a renowned design expert and public speaker. </p><p>Shashi Caan Founding Principal, US/UK </p><p>Theo Prudon is internationally distinguished and a leading expert on the preservation of modern architecture. Over the course of his forty year career, Dr. Prudon has worked on hundreds of buildings and award winning preservation projects. He and his Prudon &amp; Partners team of experts bring considerable architecture and design experience working with such clients as US General Services Administration, US National Park Service Commission, and the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation. Continuing to lead the field in his architectural expertise and research, Dr. Prudon teaches preservation at Columbia Universitys Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Pratt Institutes Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development. His seminal and award winning book The Preservation of Modern Architecture, is revered among design experts world wide. </p><p>Theodore Prudon Founding Principal, US/UK </p></li><li><p>The Collectives collaborative structure results in highly creative, successful work as exemplified by our firms reputation and receipt of major industry awards and accolades. Our projects are led by one or two firm design leaders who remain the point of contact from project beginning to end. As practitioners, we actively bridge design practice, research/theory and education, to arrive at substantial and meaningful project solutions. For each project we broadly research the industry, the people and the latest technology. We incorporate our findings to deliver the most creative, functional solutions for our clients, striving to generate the most intelligent and responsive and successful projects. </p><p>Our Ethos </p></li><li><p>Whether you have an active project that you believe would benefit from our unique design approach or you would just like to begin to explore </p><p>how that approach might be applied to your workspace, there is inherent value in discussing your goals with our collective team </p></li><li><p>Were looking forward to working with you! </p></li><li><p>Aberdeen University American Express Andrew Carnegie Trust Applied Materials Baillie Gifford Baxters Food Group BBC British Gas Cancer Research Centrica Energy Charles Schwab </p><p>SELECTED CLIENTS </p><p>City of Edinburgh Council Clydebank College Create, Modena, Italy Crown Office &amp; Procurator Fiscal Service Deliotte &amp; Touche Diageo Dundee University Dunfermline Building Society Edinburgh College of Art Exxon Mobil Goldmans Sachs </p><p>Harvey Nichols Hawke &amp; Hunter Hewlett Packard Inver House Distillers Lloyds TSB Loretto School Marsh Mental Welfare Commission Merrill Lynch Morgan Stanley Morton Fraser </p><p>Multiple Sclerosis Society Murray International Napier University Prudential Registers of Scotland Robert Gordon University Scottish Environment Protection Agency Scottish Legal Complaints Commission Scottish National Party Scottish Natural Heritage Scottish Government </p><p>Scottish Widows Scottish Water Scottish Power Shell Student Loans Company Teekay Shipping Tescos The Royal Bank of Scotland The Royal Society of Edinburgh University of Edinburgh Western General Hospital </p><p>m i n d s m u l t i p l i e d </p><p>Government Organizations </p><p>Educational Facilities </p><p>Workplace and </p><p>Retail </p><p>Health and Wellbeing Facilities </p><p>Corporate and </p><p>Global </p><p>Hospitality and </p><p>Leisure </p><p>Product Development Research </p><p>Edinburgh Office | Duddingston House, 105 Milton Rd W, Edinburgh, EH15 1RB ph +44 (0) 7872 494 923 | info@scollective.com.co.uk | www.sccollective.com </p><p>Slide Number 1Slide Number 2Slide Number 3Slide Number 4Slide Number 5Slide Number 6Slide Number 7Slide Number 8Slide Number 9Slide Number 10Slide Number 11Slide Number 12Slide Number 13Slide Number 14Slide Number 15Slide Number 16Slide Number 17Slide Number 18Slide Number 19Slide Number 20Slide Number 21Slide Number 22Slide Number 23Slide Number 24Slide Number 25Slide Number 26Slide Number 27Slide Number 28S...</p></li></ul>

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