The Cornell Tech Campus Framework Plan, Moynihan Train Hall, New Futura, and Manhattan Loft Gardens were shortlisted across six categories in the 2019 ABB LEAF Awards. The international award program, now in its 18th year, recognizes design excellence in projects around the world.
On June 1, 2019, Urban Design Practice Leader Keith P. O'Connor and Associate Director Jon Cicconi will join a Future of Design NYC panel titled "New Civic Spaces." O'Connor will moderate the panel, and Cicconi will discuss SOM's Moynihan Train Hall as a case study in civic architecture.
Commercial Observer spotlights SOM as one of its power design firms of 2019. The feature includes companies that "are working on big, transformative projects" in New York City.
On March 8th, 2019, SOM Associate Directors Jon Cicconi and Frank Mahan will lead a hard hat construction tour of Moynihan Train Hall for the AIANY Historic Buildings Committee. The two will share insight on SOM's design to convert the 1913 James A. Farley Post Office into a 21st-century train station.
Commercial Observer has selected SOM Director Marla Gayle as a recipient of the 2018 Barrier Breaker Award. Gayle and other award winners were honored at the second annual Women in Real Estate, Design and Construction Forum at the CUNY Graduate Center on November 15th, 2018.
Metropolis Magazine highlights SOM's design to convert the James A. Farley Post Office into Moynihan Train Hall, a 21st-century train station. Located in New York City, the project is a critical part of the redevelopment of the entire Penn Station complex and is anticipated to open in 2020.
On July 18th, 2018, SOM Senior Consulting Design Partner Roger Duffy will be the keynote speaker on day two of Perspective USA 2018, a forum hosted by The Plan magazine. The event centers on a discussion of innovations in architecture and design.
6sqft reports on the installation of Moynihan Train Hall's new skylight. Above the James A. Farley Post Office, which will operate as a new boarding concourse for the Penn Station complex, the skylight will connect with the building's original steel trusses and span the interior courtyard.
CityRealty reports on the installation of Moynihan Train Hall's 92-foot-high skylight. One of the new train hall's key components, the skylight will bring natural light into the restored James A. Farley Post Office building, which will operate as an extension of Penn Station.