2024 marks the twentieth year since Christine and Marc founded evolve to better connect architecture to the environment. This is a moment for us to celebrate our success and recommit to our values as we look forward to the next twenty years of evolving with you!
evolve environment :: architecture and Riverlife were honored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for the “Completing the Loop” plan, which outlines a 10-year vision to connect, enhance, and expand Pittsburgh’s network of riverfront parks, trails, and public green spaces.
Salk Hall is the first LEED Platinum certification for the University of Pittsburgh. As sustainability consultants, evolveEA helped the 99,777 sf renovation achieve this top-level certification for the 82-year-old building that is home to the School of Pharmacy and the School of Dental Medicine.
evolveEA was engaged by Riverlife to lead the Completing the Loop effort, identifying projects and programs needed to complete and enhance the loop of parks and trails around Pittsburgh's riverfronts. The report will guide Riverlife in carrying out their initial vision for a connected network of green spaces accessible to all.
evolveEA recently helped two buildings in Downtown Pittsburgh renew certifications that verify high-quality health and energy performance, contributing to the Pittsburgh 2030 District’s goals for building-level energy and indoor air quality benchmarking.
Situated on Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus in Pennsylvania, the Rachel Carson Ecovillage (RCE) aims to attract and connect diverse residents through sustainability and inclusivity. RCE will be a multi-generational community that invites residents to build strong relationships with neighbors while caring for the environment.