Expert Perspectives ft. Jill Monaghan

The future of sports venues and athletic facilities on the other side of this pandemic is unknown. Shield Lockers started a series titled “Expert Perspectives” to gain insight from different industries on potential pivots in the future. Here’s what Monaghan has to say about the impact of Covid-19. “The challenge we face moving forward is […]

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Opportunities For Universities Beyond COVID-19

Our friend and colleague Chris Nations with Nations Group dials into the unique opportunities college and universities have right now in regard to capital construction projects. A nice silver lining in the current market! Universities- the time to start is now.

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First Look: NHL Seattle Headquarters

KING 5’s Chris Daniels documents the beginning of a new era in North Seattle and draws comparisons to Centene Community Ice Center, home of the Stanley Cup champs. Mike Kress was onsite to point out the details of both facilities. “Kress suggests Seattle’s building will share some of the same design plans as his project […]

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Rounding the Bases Live With Joel Goldberg

Joel Goldberg, famously known in Kansas City as a Royals broadcaster for FOX Sports, is a connector, podcast host, and motivational speaker. Mike Kress and Peter Broeder were featured in a recent episode to chat about how small businesses like us are pivoting in response to the stay at home order. Listen to gain insight […]

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Licensure Matters: Jared Hagedorn, AIA

Congrats to Jared Hagedorn for being featured in this series that inspires those currently on their journey to licensure! Read below to learn more about his experience. How long did it take for you to complete your experience and all of the divisions of the exam?I took 4 tests from ARE 4.0 and finished up […]

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10 Years of Generator Studio

  The question I am most frequently asked is some form of “what kind of work do you guys do?” As you might imagine, with a wide variety of markets served, the answer to this question hasn’t always come out as cleanly as I’d like. There may have been a tinge of insecurity in my […]

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Ultimate Locker Room Refresh ft. The Brooklyn Nets

The players and fans are already digging it, too. “Walking into Brooklyn’s new home locker room is like stepping into your closet in the year 2046. The lockers now look like mini closets you’d find in a condo in Williamsburg. A bright Nets logo shines down from the ceiling. Player last names and numbers are […]

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Newer, Faster Features at Amalie Arena

Newly designed concession stands are out and ready for Tampa Bay Lightning fans! New stands = faster service. #wedesignhospitality Interested in the previous renovations made to Amalie Arena under our design leadership? Check out phase one and phase two. Photo credit: Tampa Bay Business Journal

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Academy Bank: Crossroads Bound

Bank re-brand? Check. Kansas City’s Crossroads Art District is anchored by its eclectic, creative spirit. The Academy Bank at Corrigan Station is positioned to be yet another collaborative space within the community. Think local art + fabrication in an inviting environment that embraces the future of banking. “As a dedicated member of this vibrant community, […]

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Blues Fans Fill New Practice Facility

The reigning Stanley Cup Champs took the ice last week for their first practice in their new home. The mutli-sheet facility is home to several tenants including Lindenwood University’s men and women hockey teams, the AAA Blues and the St. Louis Lady Cyclones. Check out the video of the Blues players + fans responding to […]

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Red Bridge Revitalization Continues

Red Bridge Shopping Center is home to several locally owned shops and retailers. The community focused destination was originally developed by the legendary J.C. Nichols Company. Check out some of the latest photos of the shopping center. We’re excited to see the newest tenant, Barrio! Overall, the transformation reestablished the close community relationship to Red […]

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Go Gretchen, Go!

The AIA Kansas City recognizes individuals for their role in shaping the future of both architectural profession and the greater Kansas City metropolitan area. Criteria for acceptance include proven career success and community involvement. The benefits of the program include: development of relationship skills, skill development, team performance, and chapter and community leadership. Topics that […]

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