13 October 2017

We are deeply saddened by the fires that have caused so much devastation throughout Napa, Sonoma, Solano and Mendocino Counties. Our thoughts are with those who’ve experienced loss, and with the firefighters and other emergency responders.

We know the road to recovery will be long, but we’re inspired to see our Bay Area communities come together and support each other during this difficult time.

Gould Evans is donating to several local organizations assisting with the relief effort. If you’d like to help, here are some options:

•Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund
•Redwood Empire Food Bank
•Sonoma County Resilience Fund
•Mendocino County Disaster Fund
•United Way Wine Country page

Airbnb’s Open Homes Program is also looking for those willing to volunteer space at their local homes for evacuees.

Thank you to all those who have contributed to the relief effort thus far.
6 September 2017

The Missouri Innovation Campus celebrated its grand opening this week! The new facility is designed to prepare students for the workforce by offering a collection of highly flexible spaces that optimize collaboration and the development of skill sets needed in a professional environment.
5 September 2017

Arizona State University recently unveiled the Pat Tillman statue inside Sun Devil Stadium! The 6-foot, 400-pound statue stands in front of the Tillman Tunnel that leads players onto the field from the new student-athlete facility, designed by Gould Evans + HNTB.
31 August 2017

Last week's 2017 Best of Wine Country Awards did not disappoint! Congratulations to Hamel Family Wines on receiving the "Best Wine + Food Pairing" award, and MacRostie Winery & Vineyards on receiving the "Best Winery" and "Best Tasting Room" awards.
10 August 2017

Read the review of Hamel Family Wines & Vineyards in the San Francisco Chronicle's new interactive section for navigating wine country: goo.gl/R2rmVt.
7 August 2017

The Lawrence Public Library was recently featured as one of the "Most Gorgeous Libraries in Every Single State" by Bustle! See more on this project and the rest of the libraries that made the list here: goo.gl/wyCxuf.
2 August 2017

Three of our winery projects - Hamel Family Wines, Lynmar Estate, and MacRostie Winery & Vineyards - have been nominated to receive Sonoma Magazine's 2017 Best Winery award! Voting is open from now until Tuesday, August 22nd, and only takes a second. You can vote for all three wineries here: goo.gl/bNq2Di.
30 July 2017

Hamel Family Wines was featured as one of Sonoma Magazine's 87 things to do, places to go, stuff to see, drinks to enjoy and foods to find in Sonoma!
28 July 2017

Don't forget to check out Kansas City Design Center's "18 Details" exhibit now through August 18th! Eighteen projects from the greater Kansas City area are featured, including the Windmoor Center at St. Teresa's Academy.
20 July 2017

Our friends at Turner Construction - Kansas City recently led a tour of the new Earth, Energy and Environment Center (EEEC) at The University of Kansas. Take a look inside and see how these buildings are coming to life!
19 July 2017

"Successful winery sales grow out of three factors: great wine, a knowledgeable and friendly staff, and a memorable environment in which to enjoy the wine." - Doug Thornley, Gould Evans Principal
18 July 2017

Kansas City Design Center's "18 Details" exhibit opens tonight! Eighteen projects, including the St. Teresa's Academy Windmoor Center, will be showcased in an effort to define what building culture in the greater KC area is or is becoming through detail.
12 July 2017

Gould Evans' David Reid and Rich Kniss, and KCU's Tim Saxe and Joe Massman presented at the annual SCUP 52 conference in Washington D.C. today! The team spoke on Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences' new Joplin, MO, campus, which redefines “restorative care”.
3 July 2017

Check out the progress being made on The University of Kansas' new Earth, Energy and Environment Center! Images from University of Kansas Department of Geology.
29 June 2017

Happy Thursday! Here is a peek inside our work on the recently complete Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) house at Oklahoma State University.