Noll & Tam is pleased to announce the acquisition of BlakeDrucker Architects. BDA’s founding principal Bonnie Blake-Drucker, FAIA and LEED AP, becomes a principal at Noll & Tam, leading science, technology, and healthcare work. The new collaboration has already proven successful, as the Noll & Tam/BlakeDrucker team was recently awarded the $25 million seismic retrofit and interior renovations of multiple floors of the Health Science Instruction & Research (HSIR) towers at the UCSF Parnassus campus. Bonnie is a welcome addition to Noll & Tam. In addition to her 30 years of experience with science and medical research lab projects, she (like N&T) was an early adopter of Building Information Modeling (Revit) software, and she brings hands-on experience with Lean Construction methods in the field. One of her School of Dentistry lab renovations for UCSF was the first LEED®-CI certified lab in the country, and she’s been recognized for bringing green architecture to a sector not usually known for it. A baseball nut and self-proclaimed “geek” when it comes to technology, the space shuttle, and of course, scientific equipment of all sorts, Bonnie’s energy and spirit of collaboration are making her transition to Noll & Tam a smooth one.