September 22nd marks the end of the summer season and the beginning of the Association of Preservation Technology International’s (APTI) Buffalo Niagara 2018 Conference. At this year’s Conference, over 600 professionals will come together to celebrate APTI’s 50th anniversary while looking towards what the next 50 years will bring. Bailey Edward’s ... More
Teachers and students are back in their classrooms as fall brings the start of a new school year. The same can be said for Principal Ellen Dickson, as she heads out into the architecture community spreading her knowledge to other professionals through industry panels and mentorship opportunities.
On September 14th, Ellen joined the Women in ... More
On September 6th, a few days after disclosing he will not seek reelection as Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel spoke at City Colleges of Chicago’s Malcolm X College West Side Learning Center (WSLC) announcing a $5 million investment at the WSLC. While Mayor Emanuel will no longer be serving the City of Chicago, he is working to make sure the ... More
Fall is here bringing students back to school, cooler temperatures to the city, and new hires to Bailey Edward! This month the Chicago office welcomed two new employees, Tim Scovic and Natalie Pugh.
Tim Scovic, AIA joins BE’s historic preservation team with over ten years of experience working in the preservation field. Originally from Ohio, Tim ... More
Bailey Edward is fortunate to have projects diverse enough to touch many different market sectors ranging from laboratories, higher education, government buildings, residential and faith environments. One common thread between many of these: historic preservation.
When it comes to preservation, Bailey Edward is leading the preservation practice ... More
It may be the dog days of summer, but Bailey Edward is beating the heat with the help of some fresh faces! Bailey Edward is continuing to expand our staff and project experience with the addition of three new employees in the Chicago and Champaign offices. Meet our most recent staff additions:
David Kennedy began working at BE’s Chicago office ... More
While BE has worked with Illinois National Guard on numerous projects including readiness centers, armories, hangars and many others, it’s important to us to continue learning about the many forms of operations the Illinois National Guard employs. If we want to continue to best serve the Illinois National Guard we must understand their operation ... More
To Bailey Edward, education comes in all forms. Our staff has attended great universities and colleges. We’re active at industry conferences, workshops and online webinars. And we look to continuously grow our knowledge base to meet the challenges and ever-changing theories on education environments for all age levels: pre-K to 12, higher ... More
As the summer construction season hits its peak, Bailey Edward and CORE Construction are winding down on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Studies (ACES) campus where the new Integrated Bio-Processing Research Laboratory (IBRL) reached substantial completion.
IBRL will be one of two ... More
“How can historic sacred places support civic engagement, social cohesion, and neighborhood equity?” That is the question asked by the Community Design Collaboration and Partners for Sacred Places and recently addressed by The Atlantic’s Emma Green, who examined the value that religious groups add to a neighborhood. Essentially, if a religious ... More
Summer often brings the end of studying for tests and that rings true for Bailey Edward’s Raymond Dwyer, who passed his final Architect Registration Examination (ARE)! The AREs are an exhaustive series of five tests required to become a licensed architect. Raymond’s dedicated hours of studying, practicing and working finally paid off!
Raymond ... More
POSITION: PROJECT ARCHITECT OR ARCHITECTURAL EMERGING PROFESSIONAL ON PATH TO LICENSURE /DESIGNER
One of the leading Architecture and Engineering Firms, Bailey Edward, is looking for responsive Architect or Architectural Intern to become a part of a collaborative, high-energy studio where professional growth and client ... More
As experts in the field of master planning, Bailey Edward understands how our clients’ facilities must be planned to coordinate with and support a development plan that ensures long-term success. Our planning work creates impactful and positive influences for those we serve by transforming previously underutilized and underdeveloped spaces into ... More
School’s out and summer’s here especially down in our Champaign office. With the end of the school year we say goodbye to our two undergraduate interns, Amber and Henry, as they go enjoy their summer vacations. Amber Robbs and Henry Dickson are pursuing their degrees in architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Both ... More
Bailey Edward places an emphasis on the importance of education among its employees through both the design and maintenance of higher education facilities. Last month, Damon Wilson exemplified that BE value by participating as a professional reviewer for a graduate-level architecture design studio at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ... More
For over 20 years, Bailey Edward has been active on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) campus. With our Champaign office located only ten minutes away, it seems not a week goes by that a BE member isn’t on campus for a project, meeting, or university event. In fact, many of BE’s team members are alumni of either UIUC’s ... More
Bailey Edward had the privilege of working on four different chiller replacement projects in 2016-2017 for the U.S. Geological Service Upper Midwest Environmental Service Center, the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Centers for Animal Health, Veterans Affairs, and the General Services Administration E. Ross Adair Federal Courthouse. Each ... More
Back in 2014, Bailey Edward finished our first project with the College of DuPage (COD), the renovation of the Naperville Regional Center. Four years later and BE is still active on the COD campus, revitalizing their facilities and enhancing the design and functionality of their buildings. With this ongoing relationship, BE can create a cohesive, ... More
The 2018 Traditional Buildings Conference Series is an interactive symposium centered around the importance of historic preservation. Held in historic venues, the conference series explores techniques, best practices and case studies through tours and presentations given by preservation leaders, such as Bailey Edward’s Robin Whitehurst and Susan ... More
Bailey Edward’s foundation is being a responsive architecture, engineering and construction management firm, and that means we are always looking forward, towards new ideas, concepts and innovation. This past month, Michael Petti and Damon Wilson attended the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) North Central Micro Symposium on ... More
On Friday, March 16th Bailey Edward was honored to attend the opening reception for their design of the University of Illinois Hospital (UIH) Northwest Wing 5th floor postpartum care rooms. The UIH was looking for a way to attract new patients and create more profitability through a new revenue stream. Therefore, UIH needed new design standards to ... More
On March 7th Bailey Edward staff members Kevin Schnebly, Omar Bailey and Zach Clark attended the African American Contractors Association (AACA) 25th Annual Membership and Awards Gala. The AACA is an organization that works to promote and develop African American contractors businesses through workshops on various subjects that provide continuous ... More
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Bailey Edward is featured in The Military Engineer’s spring energy issue! This issue provides articles and projects that serve as examples of leaders in the industry acknowledging, adapting and developing new ways to power our military’s facilities.
The innovative efforts of the BE team are recognized as a prime ... More
After five exhaustive tests, countless hours of studying and working full time, Bailey Edward is proud to announce that Chris Hainer has passed his final Architect Registration Examination (ARE) to become a licensed architect!
Chris Hainer has been with the firm for six years and is an integral part of the BE team. Chris leads BE’s sustainable ... More
February may be the shortest month, but it’s bringing big changes to Bailey Edward. We are happy to welcome four new people to the Bailey Edward offices this month!
Taylor Henderhan is taking on the role of Administrative Executive Assistant for principals Ellen, Robin and Omar. Originally from Michigan, Taylor moved to Chicago to attend DePaul ... More
The sport of curling is competitive, physical and strategically challenging, often called 'chess on ice.' The curling community is also accepting and close-knit. It is no surprise that the social sport attracts many highly-educated, driven, and creative people, including three members of the Bailey Edward staff: myself, Engineer-in-Training Matt ... More
In 1901, Illinois architectural firm Reeves and Baillie designed the Illinois State Fairgrounds Coliseum. Over 115 years later, Bailey Edward has been awarded the project of renovating and repairing the Coliseum to its former glory. The building is constructed of steel, brick and limestone, and features a tiered hip roof with a band of windows for ... More
The City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) has spent the 2010’s refocusing their mission from accessible education to “Education that Works,” providing exceptional learning opportunities and educational services for Chicago’s diverse student populations in order to successfully achieve employment and benefit society. After the success of the new building ... More
Bailey Edward is proud to focus on projects that benefit the social good. It is a fundamental pillar to the company and that commitment extends through all that we do. This past month, Bailey Edward had the opportunity to propose for the YWCA Evanston / North Shore. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, ... More
City Colleges of Chicago’s Malcolm X is beginning the design redevelopment of the West Side Learning Center. Malcolm X is looking to amplify their program by upgrading their classrooms, laboratories and clinical experiences. This will provide students with high quality facilities that will allow for hands-on experience and procedural practice. To ... More