Shake Shack to anchor $31 million Central West End development

Excerpt from article featured in the St. Louis Business Journal.  Trivers is the architect for the mixed-use development on Euclid.

Shake Shack, one of the hottest restaurant concepts over the past few years and the creation of native St. Louisan Danny Meyer, will be the anchor tenant of the Koman Group’s $31 million Central West End mixed-use development on Euclid Avenue. It will be the first St. Louis location for Shake Shack, a publicly traded company (NYSE: SHAK) that is separate from Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group. The restaurant will open in 2017.

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shakeshackA line out the door at a New York Shake Shack location


Trivers Designs KY Health Professions School

Excerpt from article featured in Construction Forum St. Louis

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

Excerpt from article featured in Construction Forum St. Louis

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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