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At Page, it's important to us that we create a safe, inviting and inclusive space for all our employees. Our greatest design comes from a collaborative team where everyone's unique perspective is supported. From the long-tenured to early career, we all have a voice here. Our culture is something we continue to work at and improve every day with the help of our invaluable, talented staff.
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201 Fuller Road, 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12203 518. 795.3800
Steven Einhorn, Eric Yaffee, and Andrew Prescott founded EYP in 1972 in Albany, New York. Known as a powerhouse in modernization and innovative design, the firm soon moved to the Argus Building in downtown Albany. In 2011, EYP relocated to the University at Albany's NanoFab East building and then designed and moved into SUNY Polytechnic Institute's ZEN building, the largest zero-energy-capable, mixed-use facility in the U.S. In 2022, EYP joined Page and continues to serve national and international clients while supporting the region's growing green-energy business sectors.
6501 Americas Parkway NE, Suite 600
Albuquerque, NM 87110 505.456.5584
Page has had a presence in Albuquerque since the firm designed a facility for Charter Heights Behavioral System of New Mexico in 1996. Other area clients subsequently tapped Page to design a secure office building for the U.S. General Services Administration and offices for Concentra Health Services. In the past decade, the firm has focused primarily on high-tech manufacturing and mission critical design. The Page Albuquerque team has a strong portfolio of Fortune 500 clients in the Science / Technology, Industrial and Government sectors.
100 Peachtree St. NW, Mezzanine
Atlanta, GA 30303 404.524.2200
In the ‘90s, Stanley Beaman Sears (SBS), a multidisciplinary design firm, was committed to Atlanta’s urban center, civil rights heritage, and architectural character. The firm’s first office was in the Historic Grant Building, followed by a 1906-era facility near Centennial Park, and later, space at the top of the historic Macy’s building. SBS eventually moved to the Equitable Building at 100 Peachtree Street. In 2017, SBS, a national leader in children’s healthcare design, celebrated their 25th anniversary and joined EYP, an interdisciplinary design practice. In 2022, EYP joined Page, and the office continues supporting clients nationwide.
400 W. Cesar Chavez Street, Suite 500
Austin, TX 78701 512.472.6721
The roots of Page extend back to a two-person partnership formed in 1898 in Austin. The firm received several prominent commissions in Austin, among them the Austin National Bank on Congress Avenue and the Littlefield building, which is still standing. Over the years, we’ve created a large and diverse portfolio of buildings and places — work that speaks for itself. Collectively, it reflects a commitment to visionary design, a record of innovation and fresh ideas, and a demonstrated success with complex projects.
260 Franklin Street, 11th Floor
Boston, MA 02110 617.305.9800
In the '90s, EYP, an interdisciplinary design firm, began multiple modernization and preservation projects at Harvard and MIT, which launched the firm's Boston office. In 2012, the firm strategically chose to relocate from the hub of Downtown Crossing to the Seaport District. The area's bustling energy, constant evolution, and proximity to key innovation partners mirrored the office's culture, drive, and entrepreneurial spirit. EYP joined Page in 2022 and continues to deliver value to leading-edge academic, science, healthcare, and government clients.
1800 Main Street, Suite 123
Dallas, TX 75201 214.522.3900
While our firm was formed in 1898, Page took over the practice of Roscoe DeWitt in Dallas when he retired in 1975. We have served as long-standing architect for Texas Instruments, one of the great economic engines in the area, and completing a wide range of projects including multiple green building certified facilities. Other clients in the Dallas area that have been crucial in the development of the city include Baylor Medical Center and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, as well as the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson.
370 17th Street, 56th Floor
Denver, CO 80202 303.595.0491
In 2008, Page expanded in the western U.S. with the acquisition of an award-winning boutique design firm. Today, the Denver office is a significant participant in the Rocky Mountain regional design scene with strong local leadership, expertise and projects underway that span multiple market sectors including academic, aviation, civic, corporate, commercial, government, healthcare, housing, hospitality, science and technology.
Office 2501, Burj Al Salam, Trade Centre 1, Sheik Zayed Road, P.O.Box 119683
Dubai, United Arab Emirates +971 4 311 6847
Our resources and full suite of architecture, engineering and consulting services are fully integrated regardless of geography and we have won awards for our work around the world. The annual World Architecture 100 has consistently ranked us the number one firm practicing in Africa. We are committed to expanding our heritage of public architecture, which is reflected in the more than 30 new U.S. diplomatic compounds around the globe and includes over 10 U.S. embassy and consular compounds in Africa.
1100 Louisiana Street, Suite One
Houston, TX 77002 713.871.8484
In 1973, Page established an office in Houston that began to establish a new design standard in that city. The office started to play an active role in the revitalization of downtown Houston in the early 1990s, beginning with the adaptive re-use of derelict but distinguished older buildings in the urban core. Civic activism and volunteerism also are a part of the firm’s leadership in Houston. Page has stepped up to help with mitigation of damages for record-breaking floods that have challenged the region in the past two decades.
350 South Grand Avenue, Suite 1800
Los Angeles, CA 90071 213.594.4050
Page’s LA office reflects the California spirit, prioritizing diversity, inclusiveness, and entrepreneurship. Founded in March 2019, the LA team’s first local client was the University of Southern California, quickly followed by the University of California, Irvine and Los Angeles. They’ve also focused on start-ups like Curative and Air Protein, clients with missions to reinvent and rethink solutions to some of the world’s toughest challenges. Like LA, the team takes the environment seriously and are invested in High-Performance Design approaches that reconnect people to nature through sustainable architecture and smart engineering systems.
Av. Presidente Masaryk 111, Piso 4
Col. Polanco IV Sección, Alcaldía Miguel Hidalgo
Ciudad de México, C.P. 11570 +52 55 9035 7555
Since the 70s, Page has participated on projects throughout Latin America including Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Puerto Rico. Collectively, its 600-plus employees speak more than 25 languages, and 20% of them are native Spanish speakers. The firm’s experience and specialists help position Page as an exceptional service provider for the Latin American market, and for Mexico in particular.
450 S. Orange Avenue, 3rd Floor
Orlando, FL 32801 404.313.4415
The Page Orlando office opened in 2021 to strengthen its Florida presence and better serve current and future clients throughout the state. For nearly 20 years, the firm has served leading healthcare organizations in Florida, including Nemours Children's Health System, Baptist Health, and Orlando Health, as well as local Higher Education institutions such as the University of Florida, Rollins College, and the University of Central Florida. Several notable projects are now underway, including expanding the Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute for Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
3100 W. Ray Rd, Suite 335
Chandler, AZ 85226 480.493.4855
In 2019, IMES Group joined Page. This married Page’s international portfolio with the niche industrial engineering design services of IMES Group, resulting in a major international advanced technology design firm. We offer technology clients full in-house services consisting of all necessary disciplines to design facilities, including professional consulting, electronics components manufacturing, industrial manufacturing, life sciences, mission critical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, semiconductor and solar.
200 Park at North Hills St. Suite 180
Raleigh, NC 27609 919.833.8818
In 1994, Mary Louise (Lou) Jurkowski joined with John Brown to form the Brown Jurkowski Architectural Collaborative (BJAC) in Raleigh, North Carolina. At one time, BJAC was the Southeast's largest women-owned architectural design firm. In 2013, EYP, an interdisciplinary design firm, acquired BJAC. The Raleigh team moved into the current North Hills office in 2019. Then, EYP joined Page in 2022 and continued to nurture long-term relationships with healthcare and higher education clients, such as UNC Hospitals and the 16 academic campuses in the UNC system.
414 Jackson Street, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111 415.249.0130
The San Francisco office is an integral part of Page’s worldwide staff of 600 employees. The firm's portfolio consists of complex projects that benefit from our integrated disciplines of urban and campus planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and strategic consulting. We believe our best-designed projects are a result of a high level of collaboration between all stakeholders on a project: clients, consultants, contractors, governmental agencies and community groups.
1615 M Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036 202.909.4900
Shortly after the Washington office was established in the early 1990s, a new directive was introduced to expand the firm's focus on commercial and government market sectors. Early accomplishments included mixed-use, urban projects such as The Navy League Building, the first Page building to achieve LEED Silver certification. The office also has become a leader in the federal government design-build arena for agencies such as the Department of State, the Army Corps of Engineers and the General Services Administration.