As we head into 2023, the team remains inspired, committed, and engaged in practice and community.
Madison Booher, AIA was accepted into the FOCUS St. Louis Spring 2023 Cohort of Emerging Leaders. Madison, along with 23 other talented early-career professionals will spend the next four months meeting with area leaders to gain a better understanding of the inner workings of the region, explore their personal, professional and civic leadership styles and gain a diverse network of peers.
Amy Gilbertson, FAIA was named a 2023 Top Women Business Owner by St. Louis Small Business Monthly. Amy along with nine other St. Louis-area women business owners were honored for their business savvy and success, their ability to see and seize opportunity, and their drive in breaking down barriers and creating new possibilities for women in their respective industries.
Earlier this month, Amy presented Moss Courthouse: Seismic Retrofit & Historic Preservation at the GSA Public Building Service Project Design and Construction conference in Nashville. Amy, along with Ben Mohr (HOK), Erin Holcombe (GSA) and Jason Sielcken (GSA) gave a detailed presentation of the collaboration required between the structural engineer and historic architect while working on a seismic retrofit project within the confines of a historic structure while also maintaining the integrity of the building.
Additionally, Amy presented on the International Living Future Institute’s JUST label, the transparency tool that helps optimize policies and practices to improve social equity and enhance employee engagement at the American Institute of Architects St. Louis Chapter Resource Center on March 9.
Ashley Hoolihan, AIA is serving as the Regional Conference Chair for the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) North Central 2023 Regional Conference that will take place in St. Louis October 16-18. Attendees will experience thought-provoking keynote sessions, take a first-hand look at the campuses of the future, and share best practices and lessons learned with hundreds of college and university professionals, architects, planners and designers. SCUP is now accepting conference presentation proposals from higher education leaders until May 3.
Huzefa Jawadwala will be presenting his research paper titled, “Digital Reconstruction and Restoration of Architectural Heritage: Samara House”, a house in West Lafayette, Indiana that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) conference on March 31.
Martin Padilla, AIA, Senior Project Architect, has been elevated to Associate of the firm.
Frank Rosario, AIA will be presenting Lime Plaster: Conservation, Repair, and Renewal of Historic Plasterwork at the Missouri Preservation Conference on June 8. Frank is also a recurring contributor to the Association for Preservation Technology (APT) – Central Plains Chapter monthly newsletter, where his article Architectural Terra Cotta was featured in “Frank’s Tech Corner” this month.
James Roseberry, AIA has been appointed Chair Elect of the Missouri Gateway Green Building Council Board of Directors.
Dooho Won passed his LEED Green Associate exam.
The Trivers Interior Design Team hosted a firm crawl for the IIDA Gateway Chapter the first week of March.
Career Fair Season! Various Trivers team members had the pleasure of visiting multiple colleges and universities for career fairs over the past two months. Thanks to everyone that stopped by to see us at Washington University, University of Michigan, University of Kansas, Drury University, Ranken Technical College, and Maryville University.