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The BNIM designed GSA/EPA Region 7 Headquarters has achieved a LEED Platinum Certification for Existing Building Operations and Maintenance (EB O&M v.09). The rigorous process in obtaining this certification is a rare achievement at this high level. The recognition places the EPA Region 7 Office as a standout for GSA and EPA on the Green Buildings listing having now been awarded both LEED-NC Gold and LEED-EB O&M Platinum certifications.

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Gone are the days of taking trips to local photo centers and developing the enigmatic negatives from the family camera, only later to return and open that familiar yellow envelope unveiling each 4x6 glossy moment. Today the ‘need it now’ paradigm, as in most processes of to the digital revolution, has transformed photography into a medium as

Recent Recognition

IUB-OCA is only the second project to receive an AIA COTE Plus Award, which is awarded to one former AIA COTE Top Ten Green project each year based on proven performance. Projects are selected for exceeding performance expectations. This project, a net-zero ready model of integrated beauty and performance, is performing at 81% below the national office building average for energy consumption. The IUB-OCA received a COTE Top Ten Green Award in 2012.


Design Week at BNIM

Have you ever wanted to see the inside of one of those cool ad agencies? How about checking out some amazing architecture firms? 

This Friday, BNIM and Kansas City Design Week are thrilled to invite you to Open Studio Night, hosted in the KC Crossroads district. BNIM is among 25+ design studios, architecture firms, and local spaces will open their doors from 5–8 pm, and invite the public in for a one-of-a-kind studio crawl. 


KC Engineering Zone Opens

KC STEM Alliance & BNIM collaborated on the new KC Engineering Zone (KC EZ) which will operate as STEM resource center for Kansas City and the region. The facility is opening on Thursday on the UMKC Campus, but will be a resource for local high schoolers. The co-location on the UMKC Campus ensures the high schoolers have access to ample mentorship, as well as the potential for early college credits. The spaces is filled with computers as well as milling machines and other resources for building other robotics and technology that support the science, technology and engineering mission of the space.