Recent Projects

Our most recent projects showcase the breadth of design strategies BSHM incorporates in creating design solutions for our clients.

Cleveland Heights – University Heights High School

The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Community and the Design Team participated in an integrated and highly public engagement process to develop a program to re-invent their existing high …

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Visual Arts & Dance at Seton Hill University

For years, the departments of Visual Arts & Dance at Seton Hill University were scattered throughout the multiple buildings on campus.  Opened in September of 2015, this 45,000 …

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Cardinal Joint Fire District – Canfield

New Construction of the 12,000 SF Fire Station and EMS Facility started in late fall of 2016 and Owner occupancy was provided on June 26, 2017. Situated in …

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News & Insights

Heights High Continues to Collect Awards

On October 23rd, Superintendent (Talisa Dixon) and Board of Education President (Jim Posch) of Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District accepted The Best Public Building Rehabilitation Award by Heritage Ohio for Cleveland Heights High School’s addition/renovation. Heritage Ohio fosters economic development and sustainability through the preservation of historic buildings, revitalization …

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BSHM/Holabird+Root Team to Design Berkshire’s New PK-12 School

In August, Berkshire Local School District selected BSHM Architects to lead the new PK-12 School project! The school is to be situated on the Kent State University – Geauga campus in Burton, Ohio. Read the clipping from the Geauga Maple Leaf below to learn more about the project.

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Praise For (and from) BSHM Summer 2018 Interns

Although our summer interns are back on campus and on to their next endeavor, we’re excited to receive feedback about their experience with BSHM. Robert Toot, an architecture student at Bowling Green State University, has been a summer intern (and part of the BSHM family) the past two years. See …

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