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Osceola School District Announces Employee Health Center

SchenkelShultz is the architect for a new Osceola County school district Employee Health Center, to be run by Florida Hospital System, and constructed by Wharton-Smith. Patients will have access to pediatrics, women’s health, geriatrics, preventive services, urgent care, occupational medicine … Continue reading

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Contemporary Look for Nemours Ronald McDonald House

Since the Nemours Hospital in Lake Nona is more like a giant colorful child’s play toy than a hospital, it seems only fitting that the new Ronald McDonald house depart from the large Victorian farmhouse look as well. Currently under construction in … Continue reading

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SchenkelShultz Plans Airport Expansion

SchenkelShultz Architecture announced it completed the master plan for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority’s planned expansion. Above is their design for the Intermodal Hub. The hub will be sited south of the current terminal and runways, with a people mover … Continue reading

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NAIOP Case Competition ‘Opus at Westwood’ Entry

The 6th Annual NAIOP Case Study Competition was an intercollegiate competition between undergraduate student teams from the University of Central Florida (UCF). Each team was asked to evaluate a prime site in Central Florida and devise a development plan based on the … Continue reading

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Boys & Girls Club of Eatonville

Another of last year’s award winning designs is the Joe R. Lee Boys & Girls Club, Eatonville, Florida, one of the images featured on our blog cover photo. Helping to rebuild the once vibrant Eatonville downtown area, it has become … Continue reading

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