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Pickard Chilton is one of fifteen Connecticut firms that support the 2030 Challenge since the program's inception in 2006. Jon Pickard, Principal at Pickard Chilton joins colleagues, to talk about why they joined the commitment, what they have experienced so for and how this commitment has challenged their thinking on sustainability and energy efficient design. The conversation will be moderated by Karl Hennig of Pickard Chilton.

“When we started Pickard Chilton, the word ‘sustainability’ was not in the professional lexicon.” Principal Jon Pickard recently shared with the panel discussion AIA Connecticut Live Action Climate: 2030 Challenge on April 20, 2021.

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Mona Mirzaie shares her story as the first remote hire to join the Pickard Chilton studio during the Coronavirus pandemic

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The RO has been master-planned as a best-in-class, urban, multi-use destination on a 740,000 gsf site near the affluent Greenway Plaza and River Oaks District

Reflecting on what we have all recently experienced, our physical relationship with the workplace has out of necessity become more fluid. However, we believe that this pandemic will be the catalyst that will accelerate positive change in workplace design.

This piece was co-authored by Jon Pickard, principal and co-founder of Pickard Chilton and Mark Gribbons, principal and design director at IA Interior Architects.

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Media > Video | 10 April 2021

T3 RiNo

Work. Life. Balanced. T3 RiNo from McCaffery, Ivanhoé Cambridge and Hines mixes the vibrant energy of the River North Arts District with the creative collaboration of the workplace to shape a sustainable masterpiece in Denver.

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