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SmithGroupJJR is an American architectural, engineering and Planning firm headquartered in Guardian Building in Detroit, Michigan. Established in Detroit in 1853 by architect Sheldon Smith, along with Luckett and Farley, SmithGroupJJR is the longest continually operating architecture and engineering firm in the United States that is not a wholly owned subsidiary. In 2000, the firm changed its name from Smith, Hinchman & Grylls to SmithGroup. In 2011, the firm incorporated its sister firm, JJR, into its current name. As of 2016, it ranks among the top 15 Architecture firms according to Architect Magazine, the official magazine of AIA and also ranked in the 6th Largest Healthcare architecture firm in the U.S. The firm is composed of client industry-focused practices serving Campus, Community, Waterfront, Healthcare, Learning, Science & Technology, and Workplace markets. The firm has offices in eleven cities: Detroit, Ann Arbor, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Madison, Phoenix, San Francisco, San Diego, Shanghai, and Washington, D.C.
The firm expanded outside North America by opening an office in Shanghai, China, in December 2013.
|Ford Piquette Avenue Plant||1904|
Central Power Plant,
|Ann Arbor, Michigan||1914|
|1917||Field, Hinchman and Smith||originally the First Church of Christ Scientist|
|Ann Arbor, Michigan||1923||T. J. Hinchman||formerly, Yost Field House|
|J. L. Hudson Department Store and Addition||1946|
|Bankers Trust Building||1925||Wirt C. Rowland|
|The Players Clubhouse||1925||William E. Kapp|
|Buhl Building||1925||Wirt C. Rowland|
|Mistersky Power Plant||1925||Amedeo Leone|
|Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church||Indian Village, Detroit||1926||Wirt C. Rowland|
|Meadow Brook Hall||Rochester, Michigan||1926||William E. Kapp|
|Parke-Davis Administration Building||1926||Amedeo Leone|
|Michigan Bell (now AT&T)||1927|
|Kelvinator Administration Building||Detroit, Michigan||1927||Amedeo Leone||known as Plymouth Road Office Complex (PROC)|
|League of Catholic Women Building||1927|
|Country Club of Detroit||Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan||Amedeo Leone|
|School and convent buildings,||Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan|
|Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts||1928||William E. Kapp|
|Intramural Sports Building,||Ann Arbor, Michigan||1928||Theodore J. Hinchman|
|Penobscot Building||Detroit, Michigan||1928||Wirt C. Rowland|
|Guardian Building||Detroit, Michigan||1929||Wirt C. Rowland|
|Denby High School||1930||Wirt C. Rowland|
|Pershing High School||1930||Wirt C. Rowland|
|Detroit Public Library||1932|
|Rackham School of Graduate Studies,||Ann Arbor, Michigan||1938|
Eastern Michigan University
|GM Tech Center||Warren, Michigan||1955||[Architect of Record]|
|1001 Woodward||Detroit, Michigan||1965||the former First Federal Building|
|Whiting Auditorium||Flint, Michigan ||1967|
|National Institutes of Health Research Laboratories||Bethesda, Maryland||1968|
|Kmart Corporation International Headquarters||Troy, Michigan||1969|
|Harper Hospital in the Detroit Medical Center||1970|
|Hart Plaza||1978||including the Dodge Fountain designed by Isamu Noguchi|
|Joe Louis Arena||1979||home of the NHL Detroit Red Wings|
|IBM Corporation Manufacturing and Engineering Complex||Tucson, Arizona||1979|
|Defense Intelligence Agency Headquarters||Washington, DC||1984|
|Eli Lilly and Company Biomedical Research Center||Indianapolis, Indiana||1984|
|Chrysler World Headquarters||Auburn Hills, Michigan||1996|
|Comerica Park||2000||ome of the MLB Detroit Tigers|
|Phelps Dodge Corporate Headquarters||Phoenix, Arizona||2001|
|Chesapeake Bay Foundation Headquarters||Annapolis, Maryland||2001||the first building in the United States
to earn a LEED Platinum certification
|Edward H. McNamara Terminal Detroit Metropolitan Airport||Romulus, Michigan||2002|
|University of California, San Francisco Mission Bay Genentech Hall||San Francisco, California||2002|
|Ford Field||2002||home of the NFL Detroit Lions|
|Consumers Energy, Corporate Headquarters||Jackson, Michigan||2003|
|Discovery Communications World Headquarters||Silver Spring, Maryland||2003|
|Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Detroit Branch||Detroit, Michigan||2004|
|Visteon Village, Corporate Headquarters||Detroit, Michigan||2004|
|Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Molecular Foundry||Berkeley, California||2006|
|National Academies Building||Washington DC|
|Brock Environmental Center||Virginia Beach, VA||2014|
|University of Illinois, Electrical and Computer Engineering Building||Urbana, Illinois||2014|
|Museum of the Bible||2017|
- Cramer, James P. (2005). Almanac of Architecture and Design. Atlanta, GA: Greenway Communications. p. 348. ISBN 0-9675477-9-2.
- "The 2016 Architect 50". Architect. Retrieved 2017-06-24.
- "Building Design and Construction July 2016". Retrieved 2017-06-24.
- Criswell, Jakita (9 December 2013). "Architectural Firm SmithGroupJJR Launches Office in Shanghai, China". DBusiness Magazine. Retrieved 26 January 2014.
- Original Smith, Hinchman & Grylls building plan sheets
- American Institute of Architects application
- "Smith, Hinchman & Grylls". Michigan Modern. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
- Hill, Eric J. and John Gallagher (2002). AIA Detroit: The American Institute of Architects Guide to Detroit Architecture. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-3120-3.
- Meyer, Katherine Mattingly and Martin C.P. McElroy with Introduction by W. Hawkins Ferry, Hon A.I.A. (1980). Detroit Architecture: A.I.A. Guide Revised Edition. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-1651-4.
- Thomas J Holleman & James P Gallagher (1978). Smith, Hinchman & Grylls: 125 Years of Architecture and Engineering, 1853-1978. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-1615-8.
- SmithGroupJJR company website
- Architectureweek.com: Article about the company on its 150th anniversary — in Architecture Week.