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.

Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects Unveils New St. Charles Public Library

July 15, 2021
by SNHA

CHICAGO — For Chicago-based Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects (SNHA), the beginning of 2020 marked the onset of a multimillion-dollar project involving the renovation and expansion of the St. Charles Public Library (SCPL), which originated with a 1906 Carnegie Library. The project, which will be unveiled on July 17, 2021, features a progressive design approach that […]

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St. Charles Public Library Featured in the Kane County Chronicle

July 8, 2021
by SNHA

“We wanted to ensure the library felt a true part of the community, so we pulled our interior design inspiration from the surrounding Fox River Valley area. The color palette and indoor/outdoor design elements give the library a natural feel that reflects the beauty of the St. Charles region,” said Eric Penney, principal of Sheehan […]

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Lisle Library District Partners With SNHA For Interior Renovation

June 15, 2021
by SNHA

The Lisle Library District has partnered with SNHA for the renovation of its 2-story building located at 777 Front Street. The proposed design features the relocation of the main entrance currently on the east side of the building to the north side, the installation of a drive-up window for guests, and the creation of an […]

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St. Charles Public Library Featured in The Daily Herald

June 4, 2021
by SNHA

“After more than a year of construction — and more than a year of the library and its staff temporarily relocating to the Haines Building about a mile to the west — the $18.6 million facility remains on track for a July 17 grand opening celebration at its original location at the southeast corner of […]

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Many Hands Make Light Work: Valencia Shelter Services Seeks Funding for New Center

May 7, 2021
by SNHA

Valencia Shelter Services is in Los Lunas, New Mexico, just 30 minutes south of Albuquerque. What began as a crisis line in 1989 for women experiencing domestic violence and in need of shelter and resources has grown to a fully comprehensive advocacy program providing resources for hundreds of women, men, and children throughout Valencia County and the state.  Tucked next to a residential […]

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Chheng Lim Named to Crain’s 2021 Notable Women in Construction and Design

April 30, 2021
by SNHA

SNHA project executive Chheng Lim has been named one of Crain’s Notable Women in Construction and Design for 2021. Since joining SNHA in 2014, Chheng has overseen 7 million square feet of data center and technology projects for clients with an aggregate construction cost of 7 billion and 250 megawatts of power capacity. View Chheng […]

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Lightbox Featured in Interior Design Magazine

April 19, 2021
by SNHA

“SNHA’s design balances the requirements of advanced production technology with details that make for an inviting workplace. In reception, a solid-surfacing desk and polished concrete flooring project an uncluttered, seamless look, while brand identity is expressed in a custom wall covering, digitally printed with the Lightbox logo, that wraps a drywall partition. Throughout, clean, smooth […]

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Architect Zoe Cloonan featured on FacilitiesNet.com

March 30, 2021
by SNHA

“As warehouses for technology, data centers are far from human-centric architecture. That’s partially because cooling, maintenance, and security are emphasized in design. Yet scores of people work in these enormous buildings — humans maintain and operate the buildings and the technology within, creating workplace communities with a wide range of functions, from social to utilitarian.” […]

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