Principal Joel Fuoss participated in Southern Illinois University –Carbondale’s School of Architecture virtual final design review on May 1st. Joel was also selected for the 2021-2022 class of Leadership St. Louis, a nationally recognized and respected program of FOCUS St. Louis. This organization serves experienced leaders who have demonstrated a deep commitment to improving the St. Louis region.
Principal Amy Gilbertson was recently featured in the University of Michigan Taubman College’s Portico Spring Issue for her passion in historic renovation projects. Read the full article, Amy Gilbertson, M.Arch ’01, Knows the Beauty of Making It Better here.
Associate and Project Manager, James Roseberry has been Trivers’ liaison with the City of St. Louis’ Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS) Ordinance which became law in 2020. The City of St. Louis BEPS Ordinance requires building owners to invest in energy efficiency improvements on qualifying buildings in 4-year cycles that meet EUI targets established by existing benchmarks. James is working to understand how this new ordinance will impact Trivers’ past, current, and future clients.
Neil Chace, Associate and Project Manager, was a guest presenter on Healthcare Hospitality Network’s Ask the Expert series in April. With Neil’s ongoing work with the American Cancer Society, he conveyed how the design of healthcare hospitality houses can positively impact the lives of their guests. Neil continues to serve on the board of the Healthcare Hospitality Network, an association of nonprofit organizations and professionals which provides lodging and support services to patients and families receiving medical treatment away from home.
We also started traveling again to visit some of our project sites. Amy Gilbertson, Amanda McAllister, and Hallie Nolan traveled to Providence, RI to perform in-person research and field work on both the Pastore and Providence Federal Buildings. Carmen Chee, Aaron Church, Ashley James, and Amanda McAllister traveled to Indianapolis, IN to continue Trivers’ ongoing work at the MGEJ Bean Federal Center. It’s good to be back on the road visiting our out-of-state projects!