DLR Group Elevates New Overland Park Firm Leaders
Congratulations to these 16 individuals!
DLR Group has elevated six design professionals to senior associate and 10 design professionals to associate at its Overland Park Studio.“DLR Group is driven by a leadership culture,” said DLR Group CEO Griff Davenport, AIA. “Every year, DLR Group recognizes individuals who live the firm’s core values of commitment, creativity, environmental stewardship, integrity, ownership, sharing, teamwork, and fun every day.”
New DLR Group Senior Associates—
Architecture: Josh Doss; Craig Serig, AIA, LEED AP; Thomas Tingle, AIA— Engineering: Derek Smith, PE.— Landscape Architecture: Joshua Erhart, PLA, ASLA.— Project Management: Scott Pashia, AIANew DLR Group Associates— Architecture: Laura Beth Cochran, AIA; Joe Breidenbach; Daniel Gregory; Andrew Kelly; Ian Kilpatrick; Kevin Veerhusen; June You— Business Development: Troy Wade— Information Technology: Megan Sewell— Interiors: Natalie GillaspieAbout DLR Group
DLR Group is an integrated design firm delivering architecture, engineering, interiors, planning, and building optimization for new construction, renovation, and adaptive reuse.The firm strives to to elevate the human experience through design. DLR Group is employee-owned, supports the initiatives and goals of the 2030 Challenge, and is an initial signatory to the China Accord and the AIA 2030 Commitment.
PBA Architects and GMCN Architects Join Forces
Wichita and Garden City firms share similar culture of collaboration. Clients come first.
PBA Architects and GMCN Architects have combined their teams to better serve clients. As one design family, the group will have offices in Wichita and Garden City, which allows them to more efficiently provide services in the state of Kansas."
As many of you know, we have been challenged as a company but remain committed to our partners and clients," said Stewart Nelson, president of GMCN. "We value the relationships fostered over many years and we will continue our commitment of collaboration."
Both firms have a long history in the architectural industry and many years of experience. PBAArchitects started in 1949 in Wichita. GMCN Architects is based in Garden City and opened its doors in 1971.
According to Nelson, the current partners will carry on their founders’ culture of collaboration with industry partners, taking care of the client, and providing functional and aesthetic design.
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