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<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP0017608" title="Ayers Saint Gross" href="/topic/arts-culture/architecture/ayers-saint-gross-ORCRP0017608.topic">Ayers Saint Gross</a> principals Adam A. Gross and Luanne Goodson Greene of the Baltimore architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross which has grown from eight to 130 employees in the last 30 years. This rise is synonymous with its decision to specialize in designing college campuses.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Jed Kirschbaum / July 22, 2011 )

Ayers Saint Gross principals Adam A. Gross and Luanne Goodson Greene of the Baltimore architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross which has grown from eight to 130 employees in the last 30 years. This rise is synonymous with its decision to specialize in designing college campuses.

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