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As we start up 2022, our team remains active and engaged in practice and community.

Principal Amy Gilbertson took part in the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture virtual Alumni panel.

Associate Ashley Hoolihan participated in a panel on Women in Construction for the Women in Architecture (WIA) Forum of the American Institute of Architects-St. Louis.  Ashley also participated in the Ace the Interview: A Panel with the Pros organized by STLNOMA.

Senior Architectural Designer Jonathan Murphy passed his LEED Green Associate exam.

Architectural Designer Hallie Nolan was a guest lecturer in Robert Moore’s Historic Preservation: Honoring the Past While Designing for the Future course at Washington University. The class examines the various types of laws, regulations, codes, and policies used in the United States which affect new construction and the rehab of older structures. Hallie was able to share her experience with transitioning from a passion of historic preservation in academics to practice through her experience thus far at Trivers.

Project Architect Martin Padilla passed his ARE exams to become a licensed architect in the state of Missouri.

Architectural and Urban Designer Rachel Reinhard, along with graduate school colleague Mengru Wang, placed second in the International Architecture Competition: Columbarium – The Chamber of Memories competition.  Participants were invited to submit designs for a columbarium of 500 niches and a comprehensive landscape design solution for the Forest Cemetery in Riga, Latvia.

Architectural Designer Cameron Strickland was asked to serve on the AIA St. Louis Scholarship Fund this summer.

Associate Amanda Truemper spoke about the Turkish Pavilion restoration and history at Tower Grove Park’s Member Mornings, which are held monthly.  Over 70 people were in attendance for Amanda’s presentation.

The American Institute of Architects Conference on Architecture 2022 will be well-represented by Trivers, as three of our team members were selected to present in Chicago in June:

Principal Amy Gilbertson will be presenting ILFI Just Label: Transforming Your Company with Transparency with Heather Holdridge from Lake | Flato.

Associate James Roseberry, with moderator Nadav Malin (Building Green, Inc.) and fellow panelists Gwen Fuerte (Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects) and Janet Olson (G|R|E|C Architects) will present Small Firms: Making the Pivot to a Sustainability Focused Practice.

Associate Ross Welch, with moderator Jason Bahr (WoodWorks) and fellow panelists Jason Korb (Korb + Associates) and Chris Baribeau (Modus) will present Mass Timber in the Midwest.