Our Trivers team is continually promoting the values and experience of the firm as well as the architectural profession as a whole. Whether becoming licensed, serving on a committee, or speaking at a conference, the Trivers team is engaged in diverse ways:
Principal Joe Brinkmann, AIA, recently presented “How to Transform a 1960s era Building into a Modern University STEM Facility” at the Missouri Association of Physical Plant Administrators (MOAPPA) conference in Cape Girardeau.
Project Manager | Associate Neil Chace, AIA, WELL AP, recently became a WELL Accredited Professional. He joins fewer than 4,000 WELL AP’s credentialed in knowledge of human health and wellness in the built environment. Neil is also serving on Healthcare Hospitality Network’s Board of Directors.
Director of Marketing Carie Dunn, CPSM, will be presenting on Proposal Best Practices in April for the Society of Marketing Professional Services-St. Louis Chapter as part of their Coordinator’s Club Program.
Principal Amy Gilbertson, AIA, Fitwel Amb., is currently teaching “Architect as Entrepreneur and Leader” at Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts.
Project Architect | Associate Ashley Hoolihan, AIA, will be presenting on the topic of Women in Construction Administration at the 2019 AIA Women’s Leadership Summit this fall in Minneapolis. She also co-presented with Joe Brinkmann at the MOAPPA Conference on March 12th.
Interior Designer Kirsten Kohm, NCIDQ, LEED GA, is teaching Interior Design Foundations at Maryville University.
Project Manager Frank Rosario, AIA, was recently published in the Winter issue of the Journal of the National Institute of Building Sciences (JNIBS). His article, Building Skin Care: Tips to Maintain Historic Masonry Walls, explores the differences between historic solid masonry and contemporary masonry veneer.
Project Architect | Associate Ross Welch, AIA, CDT, Fitwel Amb., recently became a Fitwel Ambassador, joining a group of certified ambassadors who are active in Fitwel’s healthy building movement.