May 10, 2021

May Dugan Center Continues Their Commitment to the Community

Last month the May Dugan Center, the Ohio-City based nonprofit, announced a $5.6 Million capital campaign to raise funds for facility renovations and upgrades. The organization was founded in 1969, at the time of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty and the Kennedy-Johnson Economic Opportunities Act, and continues to provide aid and programming to neighbors in need.

With the urgent need to increase their services, May Dugan partnered with Bialosky to revive the facility to serve the many different needs of the community. With your support, the May Dugan Center will build on their strong track record of excellence and ensure this long-standing community asset remains for decades to come.

Visit their website for more information on their capital campaign.

View their public campaign video.

Visit for further reporting.

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January 8, 2021

Bialosky Announces Seven New Promotions

Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr., FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP remarks that “these promotions reflect a cadre of young leaders who translate their individual passions and talents into immense value for the firm, their clients, the profession, and their community. They excel in project leadership, thought leadership, and business leadership. We find each of them to be impressive firm ambassadors and look forward to seeing the next chapter of their careers unfold.”

We're proud to announce the following promotions:

Senior Associates:

Larissa Burlij, AIA, LEED AP
Theodore Ferringer Jr., AIA, LEED GA


Therese Roche, Assoc. AIA
George Pasiadis, PE
Jamie Cairns
Sam Meyer, LEED AP ID+C

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December 2, 2020

A Message to Our Friends, Clients, and Collaborators

In this unprecedented year, we all learned how to pivot. For Bialosky’s friends, families, clients, and collaborators, we thank you for your positivity and stamina as we all continue to navigate this temporary normal. We are incredibly proud of our Bialosky Clevelanders, who exemplify what it means to be resilient, hardworking, and kindhearted. We hope that, like us, you have found silver linings as you reflect on 2020. For us, we have celebrated awards, exciting projects, engagements, and newborns. We have found new ways to connect with our professional circles and made memories with our family (and pets). We hope all our readers do take time to pause and find joy.

We look forward to sharing a special announcement in January – until then, have a safe and warm holiday season.

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November 2, 2020

GSA Awards Contract For Ashley U.S. Courthouse Project

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) recently awarded the Design-Build contract for the Ashley U.S. Courthouse in Toledo, Ohio to the team of Bialosky, Whiting-Turner and William Rawn Associates. The $86 million project, part of the GSA’s Design Excellence Program, will make significant improvements to the 1932 Classicism-style courthouse and create a modern 96,000 square foot addition. The Courthouse will contain Bankruptcy, District and Magistrate Courts, Grand Jury Suites, District Clerks, and offices for the US Marshall’s Service and US Attorney’s office.

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October 2, 2020

Metro Campus Center and Upstairs at Van Aken Earn Awards of Excellence

Last month, the NAIOP Chapter of Northern Ohio celebrated winning projects a virtual ceremony. Bialosky received three of the event’s honors: Upstairs at Van Aken was awarded Multifamily Interior Design of the Year, and Tri-C's Metro Campus Center was named both Education Interior Renovation of the Year and Exterior Renovation of the Year. Congratulations to the project teams and clients.

See all the nominated projects.
View the NAIOP showcase of winners.

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