Getting through the sleepless nights of studio to earn your architecture degree was tough. Sending out stacks of resumes, slapping on a cheerful smile for lame networking events, and finally scoring an interview for an honest-to-gawd real job (no more internships, woohoo!) was even harder. Guess what? Your education still isn't over. Unless you got an MBA and a certificate in psychiatry along with that architecture degree, chances are you're still learning just as much on the job

Read more

Hopedale Medical Complex's expansion is chugging along. Located about two hours north of St. Louis, HMC is constructing an oculus-shaped addition that joins two existing buildings. The 35,000 sq ft expansion includes a new lobby, emergency department, imaging space, an intensive care unit, spa-like luxury patient rooms, and a courtyard garden. The addition will be LEED Silver certified, and we have included renewable energy features such as wind turbines, photovoltaic panels, a geothermal bore field, native

Read more

"The Lewis and Clark Library is clearly the most important building architecturally in the County Library system, and it's certainly one of the most frustrating issues I've ever dealt with." —Esley Hamilton, St. Louis County Parks & Recreation Preservation Historian, as quoted by St. Louis Public Radio The existing Lewis & Clark Branch can be expanded and renovated to meet the needs of 21st century patrons. Oh, and taxpayers will save $2.5 million. Win-Win. Esley's

Read more 1