Performance Driven, Poetically Crafted Architecture

Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects is a leading architectural firm with offices in Chicago and London. Our fifty-plus year history is rooted in Chicago’s strong architectural heritage. We create innovative mission critical, educational, cultural, and recreation environments to help institutions and businesses achieve their scholastic, civic, and commercial goals. Our firm is distinguished by the diversity of our portfolio, which has resulted in a firm with an unmatched balance of design, management and technical expertise. The variety of our practice provides for a creative and energetic studio environment that attracts and helps us attract and retain the best team of architects.

SNHA’s Chheng Lim Featured in the Chicago Tribune

March 25, 2020
by SNHA

As we celebrate Woman’s History Month, the Chicago Tribune interviewed SNHA’s Chheng Lim on the future of architecture. Chheng discusses the importance of ‘designing thoughtfully’ within the context of a building’s environment and the impact it will have on the local landscape. Read Chheng’s interview with the Chicago Tribune here.

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SNHA’s Neil Sheehan Featured on Authority Magazine

February 5, 2020
by SNHA

“One of the ways we create this culture is by dismissing the idea of a ‘star architect’ and instead focusing on the idea that we are a collective of collaborators that work in tandem.” Principal Neil Sheehan talks about the importance of evaluating company culture and creating an environment where people genuinely enjoy their time […]

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St. Charles Public Library Renovation/Expansion Design Approved

January 28, 2020
by SNHA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects’ Design Approved for St. Charles Public Library Renovation and Expansion Multi-million-dollar project to provide community with enhanced resources CHICAGO (January 23, 2020) – Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects (SNHA) has received approval from St. Charles Public Library District and the City of St. Charles to complete an $18.6 million renovation and expansion for the St. Charles Public Library […]

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SNHA’s 2019 Year in Review

January 2, 2020
by SNHA

2019 marked a year of noteworthy growth for SNHA. We saw an increased number of new projects in the United States and Europe, doubled our footprint with a new flagship office at Chicago’s One Prudential Plaza, and reached organizational milestones including passing our 100th employee. By the Numbers Accomplishments in the past year included breaking […]

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SNHA’s Timothy Connor Featured on FM Industry

December 18, 2019
by SNHA

With approximately 50% of all data traffic in the world passing through the largest facilities alone, planning for the future of data centers requires sensitivity, awareness, and foresight among stakeholders, designers, and contractors. SNHA’s Timothy Connor discusses the facilities management requirements of future hyperscale data centers. Read the full article on fmindustry.com here.    

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SNHA’s Chicago Office Featured on Office Snapshots

December 4, 2019
by SNHA

Our full-floor office at One Prudential Plaza features a central commons, views overlooking Millennium Park and Lake Michigan, and a variety of motivating yet functional work spaces for our diverse team. Read the full article on officesnapshots.com here.

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St. Charles Public Library Renovation/Expansion Featured in the Daily Herald

November 14, 2019
by SNHA

SNHA’s design for the St. Charles Public Library expansion and renovation includes a new building entry, expanded and consolidated staff work areas, acoustically-isolated individual and group study rooms, a youth library program room and a new dedicated teen space. The library will also welcome guests to enjoy a sunken outdoor courtyard and large reading area […]

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SNHA Supports the Greater Chicago Food Depository with Canstruction Chicago

October 18, 2019
by SNHA

SNHA participated in Canstruction Chicago 2019, this year earning the Structural Ingenuity Award for the design and build of CANtenary. Each of the 7,000 cans used to build the nearly 9-foot-tall structure will go to the Greater Chicago Food Depository and its network of 700 soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, and various programs throughout Cook […]

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