History

SBA’s roots were first planted in 1932, when Edwin “Ted” Steffian opened a one-man architecture studio in the centre of Boston, Massachusetts in the USA. The firm quickly built a strong reputation within the city’s emerging design community, completing projects for academic institutions and private developers throughout the eastern US. Thirty years later, Ted’s son Peter joined his father’s growing company, and in 1965 they forged Steffian, Steffian and Bradley with partner Tony Bradley.

After Ted’s retirement in 1972, Peter and Tony took the reins of SBA | Steffian Bradley Associates, Inc. and expanded the firm’s portfolio in the academic, corporate, healthcare, and residential design markets. Over the following decades, Peter guided the next generational of aspiring professionals, which included SBA’s current stockholders, who began their early careers at the company during the 1980s and 1990s. Flourishing under Peter’s guidance, these leaders have since evolved the company into the worldwide practice it is today.

Beginning in 2000, Steffian Bradley Architects expanded from its local roots with the addition of an independent office of 40+ professionals in London, United Kingdom; a regional New England office in Enfield, Connecticut; and affiliate offices in Gaungzhou, China, and Vancouver, Canada. We also developed an in-house associated firm, Sterling Planning Alliance, to assist our regional, national, and global healthcare clients with their strategic planning needs. Today, our portfolio represents work on three continents and a global staff bringing experience from dozens of cities and regions.

  • Summer Cocktail Party 2017

    Another successful Cocktail Party at Steffian Bradley Architects!

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  • Prudential 100 Fundraising

    Steffian Bradley Architects are cycling 100 miles to raise money for the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre. Proud of our team for taking part and for designing the DNRC over the last 7 years. Donations to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/SBA-Pru100-DNRC

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  • Halo - GLP Tracking System

    Project Halo for HSL - GLP Tracking System

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  • Project Halo

    Steffian Bradley Architects London have designed and delivered Project Halo for HSL which was completed and handed over in December 2016 . The 12 000 M2 pathology laboratory on the Euston road in Central London provides the largest pathology laboratory in Europe and accommodates

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  • Prudential Ride 100

    “SBA team to take part in the Prudential 100 this summer in aid of The Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre. Let the training begin!”

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  • 08/07/2017

    Congratulations to the Steffian Bradley / Fira Landscaping team on their completion of the 100 mile Prudential RideLondon on the 30th July, raising funds for the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC). It’s still not too late to donate at: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sba-pru100-dnrc

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  • 06/07/2017

    Steffian Bradley Architects are cycling 100 miles to raise money for the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre. Proud of our team for taking part and for designing the DNRC over the last 7 years. Donations to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/SBA-Pru100-DNRC

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  • 04/20/2017

    Steffian Bradley Architects London have designed and delivered Project Halo for HSL which was completed and handed over in December 2016 . The 12 000 M2 pathology laboratory on the Euston road in Central London provides the largest pathology laboratory in Europe and accommodates the London Headquarters for Sonic . The project includes a fully automated tracking system installed over four floors

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  • 05/06/2016

        Steffian Bradley were tasked with developing Design proposals for two new storeys of executive residential accommodation to be situated on top of an existing 1930's residential block in North West London. A lightweight steel and glass design has been developed, with a particularly sensitive approach to the architectural language and use of materials on the external facade. A

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