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Architecture Spotlight: Kate Stockton

Architecture

Meet Kate, one of BR&P’s Intern Architects. From the time she was young, Kate always wanted to be in architecture. One of her first projects was building and decorating a four foot tall Barbie house with her dad. Since then, she’s been interested in LEED and community design, even completing a fellowship where she worked […]

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Bon Appétit! BR&P Updates New Dining Hall for MSU Students

Bon

 It’s back-to-school time and, like college campuses everywhere, the Missouri State campus is springing back to life!  Before all this new semester commotion, BR&P was hard at work during the quieter summer months renovating Blair Shannon, a residential and dining hall.  Students can now enjoy meals in an updated, brighter and more efficient space. With […]

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BR&P Welcomes Two New Members to its Team of Design Professionals

BR&P

On June 1st, Butler, Rosenbury & Partners (BR&P) welcomed  Lauren Cook, Marketing Coordinator, and on July 27th, welcomed Nicole Buerke, an Intern Architect, LEED AP BD+C, to their team of design professionals. Miss Cook, a Springfield native, graduated from DePaul University in Chicago, IL, in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in digital cinema and […]

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3D Printing: An Emerging Frontier in Design and Construction

3D

One technological innovation that is changing the outlook of architecture and construction is 3D printing, which, with further advances, will likely result in reductions in both project costs and their ecological footprint. Until recently, 3D printing was reserved for small-scale models and prototypes. Today, apartments, office buildings, bridges, and other facilities are being constructed using […]

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Architecture Spotlight: Alex Reyland

Architecture

Meet Alex, one of BR&P’s Intern Architects. From tree houses to hotels, BR&P Intern Architect, Alex Reyland, got his start in architecture as a young kid. Alex decided it would be a good idea to build a platform in a tree, so he could jump off of it onto his trampoline. When Alex isn’t off climbing […]

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Jordan Valley Community Health Center: Expansion Dedication and Celebration

Friday (June 5th), BR&P attended the Jordan Valley Community Health Center’s expansion celebration and dedication. With the expansion, Jordan Valley Community Health Center will be able to add 13 new providers, increasing access to pediatric, women’s health and oral health. They also could see a potential increase of 50,000 patient encounters per year, as well […]

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Urban Focused Service Hotels: Finding Innovations within the Standards

Urban

It’s an exciting time for the hospitality industry. As the industry recovers, focused service hotels located in urban centers have emerged as a strong lodging product. The focused service hotel sector is a leader among new hotel property types. Many hotel brands have taken from their full service flags the services and amenities most desired […]

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2015 Project Roll Call

2015

Last year was prosperous for the firm and 2015 is already off to a busy start with projects from New York to Texas. Projects in design include: The new City Utilities Bus Transfer Station (design consultant to H Design Group – pictured above) – Springfield, MO A new commercial building in the historic Galloway area […]

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Things you may or may not know about architects.

Things

Architects are licensed by states. Each state has guidelines in order to become licensed to practice there. An architect who holds a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) certificate can obtain licensure in multiple states with relative ease. A new graduate with a Bachelor or Master of Architecture degree is not yet an “Architect.” […]

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Growing Where We’re Planted: Why Serving Matters to BR&P.

Growing

As our founder, Geoffrey Butler, says: “You should always strive to leave a place better than when you got there; and if you’re not happy with the way things are, you should get involved and change it for the better.” Or as Tim Rosenbury says: “There is some kind of rightness about contributing to the […]

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