Joel Fuoss, AIA was featured on the BUILD St. Louis podcast to discuss the importance of preserving historic buildings in St. Louis. Talking with host Kerry Smith, Joel stresses the need for creative thinking and working with what the building gives us. Listen to podcast.
Amy Gilbertson, FAIA was one of five jurors appointed for the Washington DC Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|DC) Design Awards, a program that recognizes excellence in the categories of architecture, interior architecture, historic resources, and urban design/master planning.
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. Registration is open with early-bird pricing through August 31. SCUP offers a limited number of scholarships to help underwrite costs associated with participating in SCUP events. Apply by August 24 for scholarship consideration.
Kelly Kirtland has been elected the Vice President of Advocacy for IIDA Gateway Chapter commencing July 1.
Sam Lang passed her LEED Green Associate exam.
Martin Padilla has been inducted into the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Architect Licensing Advisor Community. Licensing advisors are volunteers committed to assisting licensure candidates and architects as they navigate the path to licensure and reciprocity.
Frank Rosario, AIA presented 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.
Ross Welch and Joel Fuoss participated in Citizens for Mass Transit’s community plant day at the 5th and Missouri Metro station. More than 450 plants were planted around the station by riders, residents, community groups, stakeholders and partners.
Trivers’ Employee Wellness
This spring, the team prioritized their physical and mental well-being through various activities including in-office yoga and team walks around the iconic Gateway Arch Park. As a collective, we took an impressive 6,595,954 steps and were active for a total of 22,767 minutes for the month of April.