July 11, 2017

Bialosky Cleveland Announces New Associate Principal with Employee Promotions

We are excited to congratulate four Bialosky team members on their recent promotions within the firm.

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Associate Principal
Tracy Sciano Vajskop, NCIDQ, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C has been promoted to Associate Principal and continues to be the firm’s Senior Interior Designer. Vajskop has been instrumental in blurring the lines between architecture and interior design within the practice. Vajskop has been critical to the success of projects such as The Roberta A. Smith University Library at Muskingum University, which garnered an IIDA Award for Best Education Project at the 2016 AIA/IIDA Cleveland Design Awards.

Jerry DeJesus
Senior Associate
Jerry DeJesus has been promoted to Senior Associate. With a career of over 30 years in the industry, DeJesus has been a leading HVAC Designer for many diverse projects such as the award-winning ASM International Headquarters and newly-completed Western Reserve Distillery. He has emerged as a pivotal team member of the firm’s strategic planning process, specifically to strengthen multidisciplinary integration.

Jon Spring RA
Associate
Jon Spring, RA has been promoted to Associate. As an exceptional designer, Spring presently serves as Project Architect for USCB’s new Hospitality Management Center and SUNY Broome’s Culinary Arts Center within Binghamton’s historic 1904 Carnegie Library. In his two years at Bialosky Cleveland, he has helped expand the firm’s technologies, including Virtual Reality.

Jeremy Smith AIA
Associate
Jeremy Smith, AIA has been promoted to Associate. As a newly registered architect, Smith has played a key role in the success of projects such as the highly-anticipated Tri-C Campus Center. Smith serves on the Outreach Council for AIA Cleveland, and is the author of the popular Cleveland Architecture Coloring Book. He was recently named to the “Top 25 Under 35” by The Cleveland 20/30 Club.

Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr., FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP remarks that “these talented individuals have strengthened our firm culture, design excellence, and technical aptitude. I applaud their extraordinary hard work and professional growth. We welcome Tracy as a deserving and personable Associate Principal and look forward to her next chapter of firm leadership.”


Image: (From Left to Right) Jeremy Smith, Jerry DeJesus, Tracy Sciano Vajskop, Jon Spring

September 26, 2016

Bialosky Receives National Marketing Excellence Award

Firms from all corners of America came to represent their firms at the Arizona Biltmore, Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Industry leaders from all corners of America came to represent their firms at the Arizona Biltmore, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Over the weekend, Marketing Director, Hallie DelVillan and Graphic Designer, Chelsey Finnimore accepted the 2016 Zweig Group Marketing Excellence Award at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix on behalf of Bialosky Cleveland. Bialosky placed 3rd nationally in the Integrated Marketing category for our refreshed  branding and marketing strategy.

Winners in our category include:

  1. Hickok Cole Architects
  2. WGI
  3. Bialosky Cleveland
  4. EAPC
  5. JLG Architects
Bialosky's integrated marketing, including branding, environmental graphics, vision and values, and digital presence, garnered a national award from the AEC industry.

Bialosky's integrated marketing, including branding, environmental graphics, vision and values, and digital presence, garnered a national award from the AEC industry.

It is an honor to be recognized by our peers for the hard-work and dedication our people have put forth in creating an outward persona that truly reflects the values our firm was founded on.

What the judges had to say:

"We were impressed by the quality of the overall submittal package. The custom binding, high quality printing and paper, mirrored the high quality of their integrated marketing campaign. High marks were given due to the level of detail in the graphic standards, creativity of the environmental graphics, and achieved results."

Take a peak inside our 2016 submission:
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September 30, 2015

Shortlists Announced! Bialosky Team in Two Big Interviews Today (Good Luck!)

Today is a busy day for the Bialosky team as we have two interviews today both close to home and away.

The first is the renovation/ rehabilitation of Taylor Hall at Kent State University, which today houses the College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED), the College of the Arts, the School of Communication Studies, and the May 4th Visitor Center. With the CAED moving to their new building in 2016, Taylor Hall will namely house the School of Visual Communications Design (VCD).

Taylor Hall Kent State University

Taylor Hall, the 1960's building set on "Blanket Hill", on the National Register of Historic Places, will be rehabilitated for Kent State's VCD program. The project is seeking LEED Silver Certification.

Shortlisted teams are:

  • Bialosky + Partners Architects
  • bshm architects
  • Payto Architects
  • Van Auken Akins Architects

The second interview for Bialosky today is in New York, for the renovation of the historic Carnegie Library in downtown Binghamton. Constructed in 1903 and listed on the registry of Historical Buildings, Carnegie Library will be renovated to house SUNY BROOME Community College's Hospitality Center.

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Over a century old, the Carnegie Library will find a new life as SUNY BROOME's downtown Binghamton campus, housing their Hospitality Program.

We are excited to team with Holt Architects for this endeavor! The architectural firm out of Ithica are also highly experienced in Higher Education projects, and ranked as one of Central New York's Best Places to Work (Sounds like we'd make a good team!)

Good luck to all of you today!

September 21, 2015

Bialosky + Partners awarded Campus Center project Downtown

Fifteen projects in fifteen years – We are proud to be working once again with Tri-C!

Bialosky + Partners Architects was recently awarded the Metro Campus Center project, sited on E. 30th in downtown Cleveland, which will transform the existing 90,000 sf midcentury brutalist concrete building into one that is inspiring and transparent, connected to its community and engages its inhabitants.

Working closely with our consultants, Tri-C and stakeholders, we are excited to renew this building as the heart of campus, where students and faculty can gather and feel a sense of community.

Existing Campus Center Building at Tri-C

Bialosky + Partners Architects Tri-C Campus Center

Bialosky + Partners Architects Tri-C Campus Center

April 7, 2015

Canstruction: Bialosky takes home People’s Choice Award!

BPA would like to thank our sponsors for their generous donations. Thanks to their help we were able to raise $4,390 and purchase over 4,188 cans of food to donate to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank during their Harvest for Hunger Campaign! These cans combined with the rest of the teams’ structures, will provide a record breaking number of over 32,800 cans to Northeast Ohio’s Hunger Relief.

This year, our sculpture was given the People's Choice Award! With the theme of “Childhood Board Games”, our team created the “GO” corner of a Monopoly board loaded with a house, hotel, hat player’s piece and shoe player’s piece made of 4,188+ cans. Our Monopoly board contained a variety of foods such as potatoes, pork & beans, black beans and salmon as well as “super foods” including tuna and vegetables.

Logo Monopoly

Monopoly was created during the height of the Great Depression by a man who simply wanted to entertain his friends and loved ones. While the Great Depression is long since over, poverty is still a prevalent issue today. According to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, one in six people are food insecure - meaning they may not know where their next meal will come from. With our contribution this year, we hope to "PASS GO" on hunger!

Enjoy some photos from the event including all of the great sculptures this year!
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