News & Accolades 

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At the heart of our work is the delicate balance between people, the environment, and buildings. We are honored when our passion for creating impactful community-centered design is recognized through awards and featured in publications. Recent honors include:

Preserve Missouri Award: 
Trivers transformation of the historic Butler Brothers Building into The Victor was recently named a winner of Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation’s 2024 Preserve Missouri Award. The award was presented to Trivers at Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City on April 23. 

Most Enhanced Award:
The Victor and The Nicholas received 2024 Most Enhanced Awards from the Landmarks Association of St. Louis. Now in its 28th year, these awards recognize outstanding examples of restoration, rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of St. Louis’ architectural heritage. 

Architectural Record: “In Downtown St. Louis, The Victor Stands as a Triumph of Adaptive Reuse”
The adaptive reuse transformation of the century-old Butler Brothers building – and new home to Trivers offices – was featured in Architectural Record.  Read More Here.  

Building Stone Magazine: “A Capitol Investment”
Trivers’ restoration of the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City is on the cover of the latest issue of Natural Stone Institute’s Building Stone Magazine. Over five years, Trivers and its consultants meticulously repaired over 515,000 sf of exterior limestone to give it life for the next 100 years. Read More Here (starting on page 26). 

Jubilee Community Wellness Center: Trivers’ partnership with Jubilee Community Development Corporation to revitalize the historic Eliot School has been making headlines. Learn more about the inspiring Jubilee Community Wellness Center and its mission to combat the fentanyl epidemic in The Riverfront Times, The St. Louis Post Dispatch and Spectrum News.