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2011 President's Message

AIA Dayton has big expectations for 2011! Dayton has been selected to host the AIA Ohio Valley Regional Convention in September offering not only a great opportunity for members to attend and receive those important learning units, but also a stage from which to showcase AIA Dayton and Dayton’s architectural significance. Numerous activities and events are being planned leading up to and culminating at the convention.


Kicking off the year is a special program called Greater Dayton’s Favorite Architecture, a community outreach effort to celebrate our region’s architectural excellence. Sparking media interest along the way, this year-long endeavor will inspire community participation through a public architectural photography contest and incorporate a web site where people can cast their vote for their favorite architectural works. AIA Dayton will display the winners at Urban Nights, during the convention and via broadcast, print and online media.


AIA Dayton continues to engage our membership with activities and opportunities:


Rebuilding Together Dayton. Nearly 40 of our members and associates gathered on a Saturday in April 2010 to renovate an east Dayton family home. We plan to be involved in an even greater way in 2011. Hard Hat Tours. The Salvation Army Kroc Center and Miami Valley Hospital Heart Center and Patient Tower provided educational, informative tours in 2010. ARE Study Group. A study group has been formed to promote the exchange of information, study materials and foster completion of the exam for licensure for our emerging professionals. Architecture Basics & Bagels. Enough free topics to cover your continuing education requirements. Architecture Week. A new event for the Chapter that we hope will grow into an annual occurrence alive with community outreach activities and public awareness of architecture and the environment. Urban Nights. We will again participate in both the spring and fall community-wide event. AIA Golf Outing. A perennial favorite of our members, this event provides critical program, event and student scholarship funding.

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TREASURER Patrick Hillier, AIA SECRETARY Matt Sauer, AIA DIRECTOR Matt Franklin, AIA DIRECTOR Fernando Oseguera, AIA ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Laura McCaffrey, Associate AIA ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Natalie Snyder, Associate AIA AIA OHIO DIRECTOR Alan Moody, AIA PAST PRESIDENT Barry Buckman, AIA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Jane Treiber PO Box 342, West Milton, OH 45383 Phone: 937.291.1913 Fax: 937.698.6153 E-mail:

Through the unwavering efforts of our Board, we have maintained and grown our sponsorship base allowing us to continue to deliver first-rate professional development and educational programs and special events to our membership.

2010 Board Strategic Planning Retreat…A Fresh Look Forward In a departure from our half-day retreats from prior years focused on orientation of new board members, a full-day Leadership Planning Retreat was held in November. KC Harrison, AIA National, facilitated the event, performing a “Weave” exercise with the purpose of identifying key goals and strategies that will serve as a roadmap for 2011 and beyond. As a result, we hope to transform the organization by taking a longer-range outlook to supplement our current year to year approach. This will enable us to formulate a proactive rather than reactive path to our future. We continue to build our focus toward a set of medium and long-range goals. From the retreat, consensus built around a set of four identified goals: • increase the voice of Architects and AIA Dayton in our Community • enhance the public awareness of architecture and AIA Dayton • increase member value to improve participation of AIA Dayton Members • create a sense of place for AIA Dayton, our Members and our community Despite the down economy of 2009 and 2010 and the anemic construction industry, AIA Dayton planning is underway and groundwork has been laid for a robust variety of events strategically structured to appeal to all our membership. Through our stated goals and initiatives to follow, we hope to: • connect with our members as never before • engage the youth of our profession • work to raise our influence on important community and regional issues and initiatives • be positioned to come out of this economic downturn with the fury and passion that led us to this profession in the first place, and • make AIA Dayton more visible in the community and promote our members as “the authoritative source “. Opportunities abound to become involved with AIA Dayton this year. I challenge and encourage each of our members to find an event or committee of interest and participate. Not only will you find reward and satisfaction in connecting with colleagues, through your active support, we will elevate our professional voice in the community and advance the rich tradition of architectural excellence provided by AIA Dayton members. Jim Faulkner, AIA President, AIA Dayton 1


Rebuilding Together Dayton 2010

Despite an ominous weather forecast, nearly 40 volunteers arrived in their working clothes early Saturday morning outside an East Dayton home. The house, sponsored by AIA, was one of 27 in the area being renovated as part of National Rebuilding Day by Rebuilding Together Dayton. Fortunately, the thunderstorms stayed away as high school students, interns, architects, and their friends and family teamed up to paint the house and garage, re-glaze windows, demolish and repair three sets of crumbling concrete steps, and create new flower beds to brighten the front yard. The homeowner, an elderly gentleman with limited mobility, was a long time neighborhood resident. His daughter expressed sincere appreciation for the volunteers' work. "He was amazed and grateful beyond words," said Jim Faulkner, AIA, who talked to the homeowner after concrete was poured the following Tuesday. Additional improvements still underway include electrical work and hiring a professional mason to repair two chimneys. Thank you everyone who came out to help on a not so sunny day!


AIA Dayton 2010-11 Student Design Program

AIA Dayton has been hosting Art in Architecture, a design competition for high school students, for 30 years. This competition allows high school students in our nine county area an opportunity to work with local architects and architectural students from Miami University over the course of three weekends. We teach the students how to start thinking about design, space planning, and site planning, and the techniques involved in rendering, model building, and assembling presentation boards. At the culmination of the project, each student submits an original design with drawings and renderings on a 20x30 presentation board. Judging is held without the students present so the presentation board needs to “stand on its own.� The top two projects are awarded scholarships. Several local drafting classes have used the Student Design program as part of their curriculum for the winter quarter. This has helped up build partnerships with the local schools, and has helped to grow our participation to 47 students.


AIA Dayton Scholarship Awards

The AIA Dayton Architecture Scholarship Fund of The Dayton Foundation was established in 1997 to encourage and assist students graduating or graduated from high schools in the Dayton/Miami Valley Region to pursue a degree in architecture at a college or university with an NAAB accredited architecture program. Scholarship recipients were selected on the basis of their academic achievements, artistic talent, and an essay about their educational and career goals as they relate to the field of architecture. The scholarships are funded through the generous donations of AIA Dayton Members, contributions from AIA Dayton, and through a matching funds grant from the American Institute of Architects. The fund is advised by AIA Dayton, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects. In May 2010, AIA Dayton announced its 2010 Architecture Scholarship recipients, awarding a total of $3,000 in scholarships to three outstanding high school seniors and college students from the Dayton/Miami Valley Region. Tyler Gentry, a 2009 graduate of Bellbrook High School, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and will be continuing his architecture studies at the University of Cincinnati this fall.

l to r: Paul Conover, Tyler Gentry, and Chris Walker

Paul Conover, a 2010 Troy Christian High School Senior, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and attends the University of Cincinnati where he plans to study architecture. Christopher Walker, a 2010 Bellefontaine High School Senior, is also planning to study architecture at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning with the assistance of an AIA Dayton $1,000 scholarship. In June, the scholarship recipients were invited to participate in a special exhibition at the Dayton Visual Arts Center (DVAC) in downtown Dayton. Recipients were also recognized with their families at the 2010 AIA Dayton Golf Outing in August.


2010 AIA Dayton Golf Outing

On August 12, over 90 architecture, engineering, and construction professionals descended upon Bellbrook's Sugar Valley Country Club to enjoy some healthy competition to raise money for the AIA Dayton Scholarship Fund. Each year, the chapter contributes $4,000 of the proceeds to the AIA Dayton Architectural Scholarship Fund. The four person "Best Ball" Scramble began at 1:00 after a barbecue lunch sponsored by Shook Construction. Queen City Reprographics sponsored the golf carts and each foursome took their shot at hole 15, a $10,000 Hole-in-One Competition sponsored by Bryce Hill. The Turner Construction Skills Prize Holes were scattered around the course as were two watering holes sponsored by Chapel Electric and Becker Construction. The Element IV representatives were handing out frozen candy bars at hole 1 and


promoters from The Blue Book gave out golf towels. Winners of this year's 2010 AIA Dayton Golf Outing were the Levin Porter Associates team of Mark Wiseman, Jay Killingbeck, Steve Byington and Matt Franklin. During the steak dinner, golfers collected door prizes, including a loaded cooler door prize from Pella Sales. Pella also sponsored the driving range. Karen Planet introduced this year's AIA Dayton Scholarship recipients, and Bill Williams announced that an additional $820 was raised for the Scholarship Fund by the sale of Mulligans. Thanks to the Golf Outing committee, and to all the golfers and sponsors who made this year's event a great one.

Dayton To Host 2011 OVR Convention From September 15th through the 17th, architects and design professionals from Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky will take over the Dayton Convention Center and the Crowne Plaza Hotel as the 2011 AIA Ohio Valley Regional (OVR) Convention comes to Dayton. The last OVR Convention in 2009 in Covington, KY, saw 550 attendees visit the exhibit hall and register for continuing educational courses and tours. Regional conventions will now be held every other year to meet the demands of both architect members and industry representatives, who see value in the increased number of attendees at a regional event. The convention theme this year is "Discover.Design.Dayton." The convention kicks off on Thursday, September 15 with the design awards luncheon and a keynote design speaker. Educational sessions will round out the afternoon. The evening’s Icebreaker event will be held at Taj Ma Garaj, where attendees will have the opportunity to compete in a design “slam,” a fun design-on-the-fly architectural competition for teams of designers. This timed competition is done in front of a large - and vocal - audience.

2011 AIA Grassroots

Friday’s programming includes two keynote design speakers and sessions to meet the requirements of the GBCI's LEED credential maintenance program. The exhibit hall opens on Friday as well, where 60 exhibitors will be displaying their newest products and services. A reception honoring past and present recipients of the Tri-States’ most prestigious awards will follow the afternoon’s programming, and the evening will conclude with art gallery and loft tours and dinners as part of Dayton’s Urban Nights event. Saturday will feature design tours of the Miami Valley, including residential, industrial, and commercial buildings and structures. Brian McAlexander, Assoc AIA and OVR Associate Director, is working to integrate the Emerging Professionals “UNconvention” into the OVR Convention. The “UNconvention” program concept won a grant from AIA National. It is based on a successful state program for Emerging Professionals that has been held in Ohio for the past several years. It is designed to include recent graduates from architecture programs, students in university architecture programs, and design professionals working toward architectural registration. A key element of the “UNconvention” will be the production of a Pecha Kucha event during the OVR convention.

A delegation of AIA Dayton Board members will head to Washington DC to participate in the American Institute of Architects 2011 AIA Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference. The conference will take place from February 2 through February 5, 2011 at the Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel and will include a Capitol Hill Day where delegates will meet with Miami Valley Congressmen. Jim Faulkner, AIA Dayton President, Julie Sabourin, AIA Dayton President Elect and Jane Treiber, AIA Dayton Executive Director will make the trip to the Hill for meetings with Congressman Michael Turner (R-OH-03), Congressman Steve Austria (R-OH-07) and Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH-04). The legislative day is designed for architects to exchange information and concerns particular to the design and construction industry. The theme of this year’s conference is “Design | Voices”. The AIA is promoting “Rebuild and Renew: The AIA’s Plan for Rebuilding Main Street” Jim Faulkner, AIA states “The Institute’s legislative priorities for the 112th Congress focus on the creation of jobs-when architects work, the nation builds. Architects are the leading edge of a design and construction industry that accounts for one in nine dollars of U.S. Gross Domestic Product. Architects are business people and community leaders who design the neighborhoods in which we live and work.”

Jim Faulkner, AIA, and 2010 AIA Dayton President Barry Buckman, AIA, meet with Representative Mike Turner at AIA Grassroots 2010

on hold because credit is frozen. • Two: Remove regulatory burdens that hold small business back. Congress needs to repeal the expensive and unneeded new Form 1099 paperwork requirement. • Three: Jumpstart the market building retrofits as an engine of change. By increasing incentives for efficient building designs and renovations that show real results, Congress can create jobs while securing our energy independence. • Four: Pass a transportation bill to get our communities moving again. Congress needs to enact transportation legislation this year that gives people real choices in how they move.

The AIA has a four-step plan for Rebuilding Main Street:

Architects and all Americans in the design and construction industry are suffering in the current economic climate. Since 2007, the number of workers in the architectural industry has dropped by 18 percent.

• One: Unfreeze credit, create jobs. Thousands of needed construction projects that would employ millions of Americans are

The hardest hit are small businesses: Nearly 95 percent of architecture firms employ 50 or fewer people.


2010 AIA Dayton Focus On Design Awards

Ray and Joan Kroc Center, Honor Award, John Poe Architects Photography by Wolf Photographic Arts

On Thursday, November 4, the American Institute of Architects, Dayton Chapter, gathered in the Black Box Theater of the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center to salute design excellence. This year’s Focus on Design Awards Presentation, sponsored by Pella and Snyder Brick and Block, was established to promote and focus attention on quality design, high performance design, and AIA’s 10 Principles of Livable Communities. Honor, Merit and Honorable Mention Awards were awarded to Miami Valley architecture firms in five different categories: In the Newly Completed Buildings, Additions, Remodelings, Renovations, Restorations category, John Poe Architects received an Honor Award for their design for the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Dayton, while Rogero Buckman Architects received an Honor Award for the design of Real Art Studio in Dayton. Merit Awards were given to Earl Reeder Architecture for the design of a Private Residence Addition and a Merit Award was awarded to Pinnacle Architects for Dayton’s Children’s Springboro Outpatient Center. Levin Porter Associates' design for Dayton Public School’s Residence Park PK-8 school and Yellow Spring’s LL House by Rogero Buckman Architects both received Honorable Mention Awards in this category. In the Interior Projects category, Annette Miller Architects was awarded an Honor Award for the firm’s renovation of The Ohio State University’s Journalism Building. Dayton Children’s Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center earned its designers, Pinnacle Architects Inc., a Merit Award in this category. 8

In the Urban Design or Planning Projects/Studies category, a Merit Award was given to Rogero Buckman Architects for the City of Kettering Bus Shelter project. In the Unbuilt Project category, Honorable Mention went to Rogero Buckman Architects' Bender House, a residence in Oakwood. In the High Performance Design category, The Architectural Group, Inc., was awarded a Merit Award for their design of the Creative Technology Accelerator building.

Real Art Studio, Honor Award, Rogero Buckman Architects Photography by Matthew Carbone

Residence Park PK-8 School, Honorable Mention, Levin Porter Associates Photography by Ken Schory

Private Residence Addition, Merit Award, Earl Reeder Associates Photography by feinknopf Left: Dayton Children's Springboro Outpatient Center, Merit Award, Pinnacle Architects Photography by Ken Schory


2010 Design Awards (con't)

LL House, Honorable Mention, Rogero Buckman Architects Photography by Visual Edge Imaging Studios

Bender Residence Addition, Honorable Mention, Rogero Buckman Architects

Creative Technology Accelerator , Merit Award, The Architectural Group, Inc. Photography by Citywide Development

City of Kettering Bus Shelters, Merit Award, Rogero Buckman Architects Photography by Matthew Carbone Dayton Children's Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Merit Award, Pinnacle Architects Photography by Chloe Guernsey


2010 Design Awards (con't)

The Ohio State University Journalism Building Renovation, HonorAward, Annette Miller Architects, Inc. Photography by Ken Schory


Finding Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture AIA Dayton is undertaking a special program in 2011 called Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture. This public outreach program is patterned after the successful 2007 AIA National endeavor titled "America's Favorite Architecture," which polled Americans to determine the public's 150 best-loved buildings. Those selections are still viewable on the web at, and comprise a wide range of institutional and commercial buildings, homes, and public works from across the country. Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture promises to keep the

spotlight on the architecture of the Miami Valley, something that AIA Dayton has long championed on behalf of its members. The program will start with nominations from AIA members to create a list of the top 100 buildings in Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Logan, Miami, Montgomery, Preble and Shelby counties. These 100 buildings will be presented on a special web site ( where the public will be able to cast their votes starting in mid-May. That voting process will determine the top 20 residential and the top 20 commercial buildings, to be announced at an exhibition of the winners at the 2011 Ohio Valley Region AIA Convention, and open to the public during the fall Urban Nights. Interested participants can submit an unlimited number of nominations until April 1, 2011 to our e-mail address: You can also follow the latest news and participate in online discussions at the Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture page on Facebook or get updates via Twitter: greatdaytonarch.

As a prelude to the voting, this spring will see our public architectural photography competition, to be exhibited during the May 2011 Urban Nights. The subject matter of the photographs must be a building, bridge, or house within the nine-counties that AIA Dayton serves. We plan to offer cash prizes and a People's Choice award, to be decided during Urban Nights. The winning photographs will be exhibited during the fall Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture exhibit and many of the photographs will be used on the web site for the public voting component, and possibly a 2012 Dayton architectural calendar that will raise funds for AIA Dayton programs. We are very excited about Greater Dayton's Favorite Architecture. The rich architectural history of the region is seldom talked about in local media and among the public, though we know that people visit local landmark buildings and places and have many personal connections to them. In 2011, we hope to celebrate these connections by turning the conversation to Dayton's architectural legacy.


Picnic Season!

It's hard to contemplate with the ice and snow of winter still fresh in our minds, but there was warm and sunny weather in 2010, making for two perfect outdoor events. First, thanks to Jeff Siebenthaler and all the designers at Siebenthaler Landscaping & Nursery, AIA Dayton held the 2010 Sponsor Picnic at the Siebenthaler Cabin. The setting provided the perfect backdrop for relaxation and a great steak dinner. We very much appreciate our Platinum, Gold and Silver chapter sponsors. We are glad that so many of them could attend the picnic and we are thankful that they continue to provide generous support to AIA Dayton's member programs. There were 50 members and sponsors in attendance, and the weather cooperated beautifully. A week later, cold beer complemented the unseasonably warm weather at the Associates Picnic at Garden Station. About ten members attended and conversed over food fresh off the grill. Lisa Helm from Garden Station spoke briefly about the community arts garden, upcoming projects, and volunteer opportunities. Gift cards donated by Pella and an ARE exam study guide were raffled off. Since December, a group of aspiring architects has been meeting regularly to prepare for the ARE. Using AIA Dayton’s study materials library and other resources, they are together tackling one exam section at a time. Developing an exam schedule with others has seemed to provide extra motivation. We hope to congratulate some freshly registered architects in the near future!

AIA Dayton Member Firms Alan Scherr Associates, LLC

Edge & Tinney Architects, Inc.

ALT Architecture, Inc.

EverGreen Architects, Inc.

McCall Sharp Architecture

Mitolo Studio, Inc.

Annette Miller Architects, Inc.

Ewald Schulte, AIA

MODA4 Design

App Architecture

Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc.

Paul J. Stiebel and Associates, Inc.

Freytag & Associates, Inc.

Pinnacle Architects, Inc.

The Architectural Group

Garmann/Miller Architects-Engineers

Rogero Buckman Architects

Architectural Resources Corporation

Hausmann Homes

Roll & Associates

Architectural Engineering of Ohio

Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc.

Bon Builders, Inc. Brightman & Mitchell Architects, Inc.

Brown & Bills Architects, Inc.

Chambers Architecture

Drake Bauman Design, LLC 14

Matrix Architects Incorporated

Earl Reeder Associates, Inc.

Interbrand Design Forum

John Poe Architects, Inc.

Joseph R. McIntyre, AIA K&A Architecture, Inc.

Levin Porter Associates, Inc.

LJB, Inc.

Ruetschle Architects

Sebald Architects, Inc.

Sharp Conway Architects, LLC Warner Concepts, LLC

WDG Group

What Art LLC

LWC Incorporated

Woolpert, Inc.



Cover photograph of the Fort Piqua Hotel by Ken Schory AIA DAYTON MEMBERS Emeritus Members E. Lynn App AIA Mark H. Beachler AIA Richard N. Bechtel AIA Paul P. Brown AIA D. R. Cook AIA Clarence Cross AIA Thomas L. Edge AIA David M. Kirkwood AIA Leo E. Lauterbach AIA Roy M. Lively AIA Verdin A. Moll AIA Thomas H. Parker AIA Harvey J. Pierce AIA Donald A. Porter AIA Edgar L. Rapp AIA Robert E. Reed AIA John F. Ruetschle AIA Ewald Schulte AIA Thomas W. Wurst AIA Members Vonda M. Alberson AIA Terry R. Aldridge AIA James M. Alt AIA Eric Michael Andrews AIA Timothy J. Bement AIA David B. Bills AIA Thomas K. Boardman AIA C. Paul Bohaboy AIA Kenneth E. Brightman AIA Stephen P. Brown AIA Bradley C. Bubp AIA Barry H. Buckman AIA Norman D. Butt AIA Charles C. Chambers AIA Bill S. Claiborne AIA Elizabeth S. Cole AIA Dianna C. Conboy AIA Brian T. Connair AIA Michael S. Conway AIA Micheal A. Downing AIA Richard R. Drake AIA Gregory A. Drennen AIA Thomas L. Dues AIA John Fabelo AIA Ronald H. Fanning AIA James L. Faulkner AIA Timothy J. Finney AIA Matthew T. Franklin AIA Daniel J. Freytag AIA Virginia Maria Frick AIA Robin Fritzsche AIA Bradley T. Garmann AIA Todd A. Gindelberger AIA David Glover AIA Mark R. Graeser AIA Chris S. Graham AIA Douglas E. Grewe AIA Brady W. Harding AIA

H. Dana Harrah AIA Peter S. Harsh AIA Robert J. Hausmann AIA Steven P. Heitkamp AIA Thomas M. Hesse AIA Janna Johnson Hill AIA Patrick A. Hillier AIA Richard E Holmes AIA Michael W. Huff AIA William J. Kaly AIA Robert G. Keller AIA Donald P. Kiley AIA Scott C. Kopittke AIA Steven Krahn AIA Kristie J. Krueger-Gross AIA Robert Jacob Krynzel AIA Martin J. Lange AIA Todd D. Martin AIA Gregory C. Martz AIA John T. McCreery AIA Joseph R. McIntyre AIA Joanne M. Mejias-Yancey AIA Darrell J. Menzer AIA Bruce A. Miller AIA Keith Alan Miller AIA Annette L. Miller AIA Daniel L. Miller AIA James H. Mitchell AIA Joseph N. Mitolo AIA Alan J. Moody AIA Lamees Mubaslat AIA Fernando Oseguera AIA Thomas M. Ovington AIA Karen S. Planet AIA Veronica G.V. Pochet AIA John A. Poe AIA Kenneth B. Raiteri AIA John C. Rausch AIA Kevin Redinger AIA Earl L. Reeder AIA Donald J. Rethman AIA Kevin Douglas Rhodehamel AIA Douglas Brian Rich AIA Daniel C. Richhart AIA Lawrence Richter AIA James B. Riggs AIA Richard M. Roediger AIA John Roll AIA Leland M. Rosato AIA Mark L. Ruetschle AIA Michael Ruetschle AIA Julie M. Sabourin AIA Matthew D. Sauer AIA Ward Scantlin AIA Alan R. Scherr AIA Elizabeth K. Schulze AIA Stephen L. Sharp AIA Dara L. Sharp AIA Jennifer Shelhouse AIA Dana V. Shoup AIA

Clark A. Simmons AIA Gary L. Snyder AIA Edward G. Soots AIA Curt South AIA Gary P. Spangler AIA Susan Daulton Straub AIA Paul J. Striebel AIA Michael T. Taylor AIA Thomas B. Thickel AIA Robert A. Thompson AIA James V. Tinney AIA Drew Titone AIA Mike D. Twiss AIA Charles H. Warner AIA W. Hollis Weaver AIA Marianne L. Weber AIA Terry L. Welker AIA John H. Westenkirchner AIA Christopher Widener FAIA Rodney D. Wiford AIA Stephen J. Wilczynski AIA Susan T. Williams AIA J. William Williams AIA Mark Wiseman AIA Henry G. Wulbeck AIA Daniel Johnston Wyckoff AIA Associate Members Andrew J. Balow Assoc. AIA Jerry L. Brabant Assoc. AIA Steven C. Byington Assoc. AIA Andrew Circle Assoc. AIA Kasey N. Corbet Assoc. AIA Emily A. Culver Assoc. AIA Steven J. DeMange Assoc. AIA Adam D. DeSutter Assoc. AIA Michael James Duke Assoc. AIA Nancy A. Edwards Assoc. AIA Ferdinand Ejinaka Assoc. AIA Justin Kyle Farmer Assoc. AIA Andrew G. Geeting Assoc. AIA Tyler J. Hamilton Assoc. AIA William G. Hibner Assoc. AIA James A. Levy Assoc. AIA Laura A. McCaffrey Assoc. AIA Dan McNulty Assoc. AIA Ryan R. Meeds Assoc. AIA Manda C. Niekamp Assoc. AIA Curtis M. Resh Assoc. AIA Sanghee Rhie Assoc. AIA Vaughn H. Ridgel Assoc. AIA Lowell E. Riegel Assoc. AIA Jason H. Ross Assoc. AIA Nathan L. Schwab Assoc. AIA Charlie Setterfield Assoc. AIA Natalie A. Snyder Assoc. AIA Micheal A. Suttle Assoc. AIA Richard C. White Assoc. AIA Richard F. Willis Assoc. AIA

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