Corgan supports the continued development of its people. The better you are, the better we are. That’s why the resources we provide are carefully targeted to help you with every aspect of your career - communication, leadership, creativity, and technique. You have access to our reading library, extensive sample library, and a broad, in-house continuing education curriculum that ranges from contract negotiation to the art of hand sketching. Beyond the classroom, Corgan hosts a variety of study sessions, seminars, workshops, crits, lectures, and peer group reviews. Together, these resources promote an entrepreneurial spirit that pushes the boundaries of science and art, technology, and design.
Prepare for your exam by building office study and support groups to easily share study tips and habits with fellow colleagues. Our recently registered architects will also brainstorm success strategies and create action plans with target dates for accomplishment. Corgan will also assist you with IDP requirements and identify a mentor who is right for you. Corgan will pay 100% of exam fees for the first exam and provide time off to take exams.
Following one year of employment, Corgan will pay 50% of state registration fees.
Following six months of employment, Corgan will pay 50% of LEED Green Associate exam fees. At this time, Corgan will also pay 50% of either LEED AP Building Design + Construction or Interior Design + Construction exam fees. We also provide you with the time off to take the exams.
Following two years of employment, Corgan will pay 50% of annual dues for national, state, and local AIA, ASID, IBD, CSI, and IIDA.
We believe you should never stop learning, which is why we offer opportunities for continued education through Corgan University. Classes are free and include topics like applied practice and design, communications, and leadership and management. This program is designed to promote the ongoing development and growth of our craft within our culture of mentoring and knowledge sharing, offering countless methods of learning: live and online courses, peer interactions, project-based learning, webinars, podcasts, and more.
Corgan hosts presentations by vendors for different construction and interiors materials and systems. The various companies presenting are vetted to ensure that only those with educational benefit are included. Continuing education hours, which are required for professional memberships, may also be gained through these seminars. In some cases, Corgan will pay a percentage of fees for continuing education and/or seminars. Staff are encouraged to bring along a lunch and attend the session to stay up-to-date on the latest materials and processes.
Toastmasters provides a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which, in turn, foster self-confidence and personal growth.
Sketchmasters reacquaints participants with basic mark making skills and hand-eye coordination to strengthen our effectiveness as design communicators.
Every Friday afternoon at 4:30, a design presentation is made to all staff. This typically involves a project currently in design, which gives the architect and designers an opportunity to present their work in a larger forum and receive design critique from staff members not involved directly in the project. Other design presentations are made by outside guests or by key figures in the firm, focusing on design philosophy and methodology.
Hugo is a virtual space representing Corgan's pervasive ethos of discovery and insatiable curiosity. Named after the birthplace of our founder, Jack Corgan, Hugo represents the birthplace of ideas and innovation - the spark and source of our sense of wonder, curiosity, and creativity.
CorganCREATE is an initiative to foster creativity and thought leadership that builds value for our firm and addresses ongoing changes in our profession as they relate to the built environment. CREATE allows employees to test and develop new ideas. We are curious and creative by nature, and CREATE provides an opportunity to explore.
The Design Applications Committee mission is to focus on firm wide BIM initiatives, Revit team training, resources, and development of best practice workflows.
Want to solve the complex design challenges of tomorrow? So do we. That’s why we invest in resources that advance our craft, elevate our practice, and shape our future. Our toolkit includes state-of-the-art modeling, visualization, and construction technologies meant to advance our design through imagination and experimentation.
Graveyard of Desks: Preserving Office Culture in a Hybrid World
Top 5 Lessons from Teachers and What They Want from the Classroom
Is Your School Sick?
Two for None
The Broken Breakroom and How to Fix it
The Problem with Flexibility
Re-tuning the Classroom
Brand and the Office: A Question of Which Came First
Overdue: The Transformation of Behavioral Health
Insights from Data Center Design Leaders
Insights from Aviation Design Leaders
Insights from Healthcare Design Leaders
The 2022 Curiosity Report: Designing with New Energy
Sustainability Unleashed: The Evolution of WELL
The Great Rebound: Belonging and Brand
Superpowered Design: A Case Study in Accessibility
Places Unplugged: Complete Communities
Generation Alpha: Designing for the Next Generation of Learners
Generation Alpha: Understanding the Next Generation of Learners
The Great Carbon Debate: Human Habits vs. Technology
Blockchain Redefining the Data Center
Perspectives on the Power of Place
A Workplace Designed to Support Working Parents
Healthcare Design: What Remains and the Future of the Patient Care Journey
Carbon: Why is it Such an Important Topic?
How Climate Change Impacts the Infrastructure that Powers the World
Workforce Blurred: Upskilling for a New Era
Workforce Blurred: Green Matters
Workforce Blurred: Flexibility, Motivation, and Trust Reinforce One Another in Hybrid Work Environments
Workforce Blurred: The Office as an Amenity
Workforce Blurred: What New Graduates Want From a Changing Workplace
The Future of Education
Bold Investments in the Future of Work
What My Time in Bosnia Taught Me About Command Centers
Sustainable Design: Using Less, Doing More
Designing with Empathy
Is the School Building Causing Stress for Students and Teachers?
Designing Educational Spaces for Mental and Emotional Health
Austin’s New Tech Offices Shape the Future of Work
Celebrating the Power of Women
The Modernization of Regional Airports
Investing in Communities: The Power of Healthcare Design
The 2021 Curiosity Report: Perspectives on Innovation
Design Sprint: Crossroads Learning Pods
Conceptual Design Competition: Deep-Rooted Ellum
Health and Safety in a Post-Pandemic Workplace
Spaceports: Rocket Science Within Reach
Why Does it Always Have to be Either/Or?
The Evolution of Career and Technology Education Programs
Spaceports: Space Medicine and Beyond
A Healthier Corgan: Dallas Headquarters WELL Gold Certified
Integration and Immersion: A Study on Virtual and Physical Experiences
Virtual Design Sprint: What Does Agility Mean to You?
ARFF Stations: Designing to Serve Those Who Serve Us
Airports Adapt: Lounges
Return to School: Planning with Empathy and Agility
Airports Adapt: Designing Wellness into the Terminal’s DNA
Design Informed by the Pandemic: COVID-19 Best Practices in Human-centered Design
Airports to Spaceports
Airports Adapt: Achieving a Touchless Processing Experience
Psychology of Trust: How Can We Feel Confident Returning to the Workplace?
The 2020 Curiosity Report: Emerging Technologies for a New Decade
Airports Adapt: How Social Distancing Will Redefine Personal Space
Bridge to the New Normal: Transitioning Back to the Workplace
Five Keys to a Successful Home Learning Environment
Case Study: Transforming Schools into Temporary Hospital Centers for Non-COVID-19 Patients
Challenges of Enterprise Data Center Conversion to Colocation
Airports Adapt: The Social Paradigm Shift in Terminal Design
One Million Square Feet of Data Center Design: Here’s What I’ve Learned
Business as Usual When Business Isn’t Usual
Data Centers: Solutions for Common Zoning Issues
The Future of Smart Cities and the Impact of Data
Give Me a Break: A New Approach to Teacher-Spaces
Better Hospitals. Better Design: The Future of Data-driven Architecture
Activating the Whole Room: Flexibility in Teaching
First Gates Open at Delta’s Terminal C at LGA
Workplaces that Work
Activating the Austin Workplace
Data Infrastructure at the Wheel of Autonomous Vehicles
Lessons from Teachers: How School Design Can Attract and Keep Teachers
Computational Workflows: Dynamo and your Revit Template
Lessons from Teachers: How Classroom Design Impacts Teachers
The Digital Future of Campus Communities
Utilizing Light: Leadership Arts Institute 2019 Class Project
Uber CONNECT | EVOLVED
The Data Center Next Door
High Tech Libraries
Making Our Mark
Designing the Workplace for Social Safety and Well-being
The Anatomy of Southern California Cool: Insights from Sean Kim
Moving Forward Together: Introducing Hugo
Tech Talk: At the Forefront of Architectural Technology
A Look Back on Data Centers
O’Hare Global Terminal and Concourse Design Competition – Studio ORD
Dining Al Desko?
Need a Bright Idea?
Is Your Office Making You Sick?
Future of Transit: Corgan’s Concept for a High-Speed Rail Station
Los Angeles Interior Design: Insights from Sean Kim
Working Out at Work
The Next Generation of Healthier Workplaces
CONNECT: Corgan’s Mega Skyport
Spatial Problem Solving: Corgan Studies Intuitive Wayfinding
Holdroom of the Future
Corgan at Uber Elevate Summit 2018
Collaborative Leadership Team Takes the Helm at Corgan
The Airport That Fights Jet Lag
George Kahler and Workplace Design Today: Q&A
The Passenger Experience Evolution
Trendspotting: The Healthy Workplace
Corgan VR-AR Technology in the Field
Corgan receives 2017 Obelisk Award for Community Outreach
Barbara Jordan High School for Careers Groundbreaking
Your next office might be inspired by an elementary school
Corgan Goes Back to School
Virtual Reality is Transforming How We Design
The Power of CTE: Propelling Students to Career Readiness
CoreNet 2016: Trendspotting
Evaluating the Modular Data Center
Corgan Announces New Dallas Headquarters Expansion
The Rankings are In – BD+C Releases 2016 Giants Report
Corgan Wins American Subcontractors Association North Texas (ASA NT) Impact Award
How Does the Push for STEM Effect Classroom Design
Corgan Ranked in Top Design Firms
Aging Research from CorganCREATES
Disruptive Innovation Design
WFAA steps in to “aging suit” to aid airport design
Fort Worth ISD STEM and VPA
Beth Ann Siegel, Project Interior Designer
Corgan Named Best Place to Work By Crain’s New York Business
Cory Dear, Designer
Healthcare Design Conference 2015
Chris Johnson, Technical Design Services Director
Chris Kadlick, Project Manager
Billy Dresel, Project Manager
Parkland Hospital Wins 2015 Texas Society of Architects Design Award
005 to 500
Cameron Lassiter, Project Architect
IIDA SW PRIDE Awards
Corgan Wins Premier Award for Client Service
Corgan Signs Lease on New Space to Handle its Growth
Joe Adams, Project Architect
Nate DeVore, Project Manager
Harper Bateman, Senior Project Manager
Corgan Takes Home 14 TASA TASB Awards
Joe Sample Visits with Houston Office
Mary Hart – Why I’m an Architect
Tom Kruger, Project Manager
Phoenix Office Move
Regina Stamatiou, Project Manager
Adam Ortwein, Design Applications Specialist
Corgan Builds Lasting Relationships
Corgan Associates Becomes Corgan
Corgan Aviation Re-lifing
The Fossil Story
Corgan Dallas Office Raises the Roof
Mannington Introduces Fashion Classics for the Floor
State Farm Gets Bigger
Mayoral Recognition for Corgan
Parkland Hospital Construction Progress
CyrusOne to Build Second Data Center in San Antonio
Corgan Wins Shanghai Airport Authority Competition
Phil Mein Prize for Design Excellence
Corgan Recognizes 75th Anniversary with “75 Days and 75 Ways” of Community Service
Drive-in Theater Design Strategy
Green Building Design Issues
Form and Function for Sacramento Terminal B
Jack’s Gang, Changing the World
Parkland Names Design and Construction Teams
DFW Terminal, Largest Design Project
401 North Houston Street
Breaking The Box