Jason Rich Rich: “We are seeing campus trends mimicking what is happening in the urban commercial space.”

IRVINE, CA—Universities often want their new structure to adopt the same style as the existing buildings while still looking like a new facility—a tough task for architects on these projects, Snyder Langston’s EVP Jason Rich tells GlobeSt.com. The builder will complete construction of the Music, Worship & Theology building at Concordia University Irvine, and the university has also secured global architectural acoustic consulting firm Walters-Storyk Design Group of New York to design the building’s professional recording studio.