BOSTON – TRO Jung|Brannen, a leading international architecture, engineering, interior design and master planning firm, is celebrating its centennial with the launch of an anniversary website designed to showcase the firm’s most notable projects in the United States and around the world. The site also highlights some of the community service work of its staff.
The firm was launched in 1909 as Ritchie, Parsons & Taylor Architects and Engineers in Boston. Some of the firm’s notable projects include Wellesley Office Park in Wellesley, Massachusetts, One Post Office Square in Boston, Kirklin Clinic in Alabama, Shenzhen Third People's Infectious Disease Hospital in China, MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta, Maine, and The World Trade Centre Residence in Dubai. The firm made history in 1984 when TRO, M.I.T., and Brigham & Women’s Hospital worked together on one of the first clinically oriented NMR suites.
In1993 the firm entered the China market with the Shanghai East Hospital and in 2001, the firm expanded its regional presence when it merged with JMGR to become TRO Memphis. In 2006, TRO/The Ritchie Organization merged with Jung|Brannen creating one of the largest international architectural/ engineering design firms in the country. Today the firm maintains five practice areas: Commercial, Arts & Education, Healthcare, Hospitality & Residential, and Research. Headquartered in Boston, the firm has regional offices in Birmingham, AL; Sarasota, FL; and Memphis, TN; as well as international offices in Beijing, China and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
“Few firms have achieved this milestone and our ability to endure is a testament to our client relationships, business partnerships, and sustainable practices,” said Robert Hoye, CEO of TRO Jung|Brannen.