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.
Architectural Designer Melisa Betts completed her IDP hours and is now in the process of taking her architectural licensing exams.
Principal Joe Brinkmann, AIA chaired the SCUP North Central Region “Beyond the Boundaries” Symposium held in St. Louis at Webster University’s Gateway campus. Joe also presented “Developing a Satellite Campus” with Webster University’s Ken Creehan at the 2018 MOAPPA Conference at Truman State University in Kirksville.
Operations Administrator Ali Dougherty is serving on the United Way of Greater St. Louis Panel for Senior Support Services.
Principal Joel Fuoss, AIA served as the moderator for ULI’s “The St. Louis Experience: Hotel and Attraction Development Shaping St. Louis” event in March. He also co-hosted a tour of the renovated Arch grounds with GAPF Executive Director Eric Moraczewski for the Chicago Tribune’s Architectural Critic Blair Kamlin. You can find Blair’s write-up here.
Principal Amy Gilbertson, AIA and Thom Kuntzman of the Missouri State Historic Preservation Office presented “Rehabilitation vs. Preservation: Understanding Design Implications” at the 2018 Missouri Preservation Conference in Sedalia, Missouri.
Project Architect Sam Gray, AIA passed her last exam and is now a licensed architect in the State of Missouri.
Project Architect | Associate Ashley Hoolihan, AIA presented “Turning Barriers into Opportunities: Women in Construction Administration” at the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture on June 22 in New York City.
Project Manager Frank Rosario, AIA presented “Building Skin Care: Simple Tips to Maintaining the Integrity of Historic Masonry Walls” at the 2018 Missouri Preservation Conference in Sedalia, Missouri. Frank also led a Storefront Façade Workshop at the conference.