“You listened.” “This is us.” It’s no coincidence that our design teams often receive these two compliments. Trivers’ integrated listening process yields solutions as unique as our clients. In our drive to continue serving our local and regional community, Trivers is expanding our main core focus areas to include Workplace as another featured design typology.
Through the multiple challenges of 2020, we were able to expand our workplace portfolio with current and new clients. The most notable workplace projects include the reimagining of Larson Capital’s new investment in 100 N. Broadway and the massive adaptive reuse of the historic Post-Dispatch building.
Our Workplace projects are supported by an expanded team of interior designers as well as Project Manager, Amanda Truemper, AIA. Amanda joined Trivers in 2019 and brings over 20 years of experience in creative solutions for both established companies and those in the start-up or growth process.
“Joining Trivers has provided an opportunity to leverage an exceptionally diverse and talented design team with adaptive re-use and hospitality expertise to inform and support highly creative bespoke Workplace environments. A true testament to Trivers’ reputation as a design leader, it’s no surprise we’ve been able to grow this portfolio’s depth and relevance in ways that bring added value to our clients and thoughtfully engage with today’s challenges”, explains Truemper.
Our ability to solve complex workplace issues combined with design strategies developed through our housing and hospitality sectors gives our design team a unique perspective in reimagining workplace environments for our clients in the post-COVID environment.