Trivers Designs KY Health Professions School

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Trivers Associates Architects designed and is overseeing construction of a new 107,000 sq. ft. Health Professions Education Building at the University of Pikeville in Pikeville, KY.

The coal industry has long been synonymous with Central Appalachia. The University of Pikeville has resided in the heart of this coal economy since 1889. As the global energy focus shifts away from fossil fuels, the leadership of the University recognizes the need for their youth to receive a high-quality education to allow themselves to succeed beyond the heart of coal country in which they reside and into a new health and technology economy competitive in the 21st century.

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Construction Start Near on 32-40 N. Euclid

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Construction will start in the next few months a mixed-use project at 32-40 N. Euclid in the Central West End, a spokesman for the developer, Koman Group, said Monday (Feb. 1). Koman Group Chief Investment Officer Josh Udelhofen said contractor selection on the project is currently being finalized. The project is being designed by Trivers Associates architects.

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James Roseberry Named Associate

Trivers is pleased to announce that James Roseberry has been named an Associate of the firm. During his 14 years at Trivers, James has maintained high client satisfaction and a commitment to his projects. In addition, James has been committed to bettering the City of St. Louis through his involvement over the years with organizations such as Metropolis St. Louis, East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Construction Specification Institute and the Missouri Bicycle Racing Association. In his new role as Associate, James will be involved in strategic firm-wide decisions, continue his mentorship with coworkers, and lead the ongoing sustainability efforts of the firm.

James has been a major contributor on some of the firm’s largest projects, including the renovation of the former Grand Leader Department Store downtown. The $81M renovation, now called The Laurel, includes 205 residential apartments, a 212-key hotel, retail and parking. Other notable projects in James’ portfolio include the Moolah Temple and Urban Chestnut Brewing Company Grove Brewery & Bierhall. He is a member of AIA St. Louis, the U.S. Green Building Council and serves on the Play Space Committee at St. Margaret of Scotland School.

Congratulations, James!