Harvard Jolly Architecture Selected to Design Modernization of North Palm Beach Elementary School
May 9, 2012
This $21.4 million modernization project will include the design and construction of a new two-story building and the remodeling and renovation of two existing buildings on the 10-acre campus, which originally opened in 1958.
Harvard Jolly Architecture Expands Healthcare Design Practice in Central Florida
April 19, 2012
Harvard Jolly Architecture announces the expansion of its healthcare design practice with senior vice president, Alex F. Gonzalez, AIA, joining the firm's Orlando office where he will serve as director of healthcare design for Central Florida.
Harvard Jolly-Designed Classroom Building at Edison State College Opens
November 3, 2011
Classroom Building U, located on Edison State College's Lee Campus is a 2-story, 46,300 square foot building designed by Harvard Jolly Architecture.
Harvard Jolly Fort Lauderdale Office Begins Design of Three New Projects
October 10, 2011
Harvard Jolly Architecture is pleased to announce three new projects in South Florida.
Harvard Jolly's president and COO, Jeff Cobble featured in Tampa Bay Business Journal
May 13, 2011
Jeff Cobble was featured in the May 13 issue of the Tampa Bay Business Journal as part of the publication's Executive Profile series.
Harvard Jolly begins design of new $81 million public safety complex
May 12, 2011
Harvard Jolly Architecture is proud to announce they have begun design on Pinellas County's new Public Safety Facilities and Centralized Communications Center in Largo, Florida.
Fort Myers Beach Public Library breaks ground
April 5, 2011
The Fort Myers Beach Public Library held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of the library's 15,000 square foot expansion.
Two Harvard Jolly clients honored at 19th Annual Future of the Region Awards
March 21, 2011
The Jennifer Leigh Muma NICU at Tampa General Hospital and the expansion of Morton Plant North Bay Hospital received first and second place respectively in the Community Service category at the 19th Annual Future of the Region Awards held in Tampa.
LEED Gold nursing home a Florida first
March 15, 2011
The Florida Department of Veterans Affairs' Clyde E. Lassen State Veterans Nursing Home in St. Augustine has become the first nursing home in Florida to achieve LEED Gold certification.
Charlotte High School achieves LEED Gold
March 11, 2011
The replacement campus of Charlotte High School has achieved LEED Gold certification and is one of only 2 LEED Gold Certified high schools in Florida and one of only 5 in the United States.
Fivay High School receives Award of Merit
February 4, 2011
Harvard Jolly's design for Fivay High School in Hudson, Florida was recognized with an Award of Merit by the Florida Educational Facilities Planners Association (FEFPA) as part the organizations' Architectural Showcase competition.
Tampa Bay Lightning Community Time Out tours
Jennifer Leigh Muma NICU
January 6, 2011
The Lightning's Community Time Time Out series posted a video tour of the new unit and features an interview with Dr. Lewis Rubin, the Pamela & Leslie Muma Chair of Neonatology at USF Health.