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The Long Road to Licensure

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Surreal, relieved, excited, hallelujah! Just some of the words used by our architects to describe that feeling when they became licensed. Recently our own Colton Todd achieved licensure in Missouri. “It’s a big undertaking, from the day you start school you know what’s ahead of you,” explains BR&P Architect & Partner, Benjamin Van Eps, who […]

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BR&P Gives Back: United Way’s Day of Caring

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On June 22 more than 2,300 volunteers across the Ozarks worked on 270+ different projects for nonprofit agencies through United Way’s Day of Caring. It is the single largest one-day, community-wide volunteer event in Southwest Missouri. Many local businesses and organizations take part in deploying teams of employees to spend their work day giving back to area […]

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Branson Landing Observation Deck – Construction Update

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Check out some aerial footage of the BR&P designed observation deck being built on the Branson Landing! Glad the weather is back to beautiful after the terrible flooding, and that everyone is safe. The nautical themed deck, located on the north court of the landing, is set to open summer 2017. Guests will be able […]

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The Magnificent Gillioz – From Deserted to Dazzling

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Opened in 1926, the Gillioz Theatre was the largest and grandest movie palace in Southwest Missouri. Designed with a Spanish theme with Mediterranean, Italian, and Moroccan influences, the theater was constructed by M.E. Gillioz for approximately $300,000 (that’s more than $4.1 million in 2017).  On October 11th, 1926, opening night, the main feature was the […]

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Architect Spotlight: Jacob Nentrup & Nicole Shaul

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Get to know the two newest members of our team, Jacob Nentrup and Nicole Shaul. Both Drury University graduates, the two enjoy the variety of projects they’ve gotten to work on, which will help in securing their AXP hours needed for licensure. Besides office culture, they also enjoy living and working in Springfield, Missouri, a […]

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Designing Relaxing Retreats – Acacia Spa Now Open!

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The holidays are here! Don’t forget to treat yourself this season, and what better way than taking a spa day? The 10,000 sq. ft. Acacia spa opened earlier this summer. A move was sorely needed when it outgrew its previous 3,000 sq. ft. location. Butler, Rosenbury & Partners provided architectural and structural engineering services for […]

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Hotels Go Green: Sustainable Design in Hospitality

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Major hotel brands are increasing their commitment to sustainable practices as going green is becoming more and more important to travelers. In fact, 62% of travelers often consider the environment when choosing hotels, transportation, and meals, and 69% say that they plan to make even more eco-friendly choices in the next 12 months. As guest […]

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Designing New Heights – Zenith Climbing Center

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Want to beat the hot summer heat and try a unique way to stay fit? Look no further than the indoor climbing gym, Zenith Climbing Center. The BR&P designed 12,644 sq. ft. rock climbing gym opened earlier this spring. Features include climbing walls, a bouldering area, a children’s area with low climbing walls and a […]

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BR&P: Then & Now

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A lot has happened since 1978, the year BR&P was founded. Soon we’ll be celebrating our 38th birthday, and that’s a great occasion to take a look back and compare life in the 1970’s to now. BR&P Then & Now: In 1978, the world flocked to the theaters to watch Saturday Night Fever, Animal House, […]

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Why Architecture?

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Discover why Intern Architect, Brittany Layton, and Architect, Chris Swan, chose architecture as a career! This week, we celebrated ArchWeek16 (April 10-16)! Architecture  Week, which is hosted by the American Institute of Architects, is an effort to increase the public’s awareness of the role architects play in the positive change of our communities, and to promote […]

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