BRP Time Capsule: Bass Pro Shops

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For the last 27 of our 40 years as a firm, we’ve worked with our hometown’s national retail giant, Bass Pro Shops. From our early projects assisting the design team, to store rollouts, and more recently the nationally renowned Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium, we’ve had the pleasure of working on a large […]

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Construction Commences on First Iowa Cambria

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The BRP designed Cambria Hotel in Bettendorf is under construction! The 112-room hotel is scheduled to open in 2019 and will be the first Cambria in Iowa. “The Quad Cities represent an important gateway for the region and attracts a growing number of visitors annually. The hotel offers leisure and business travelers all of the […]

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Join Our Team

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BRP is looking for talented, passionate architecture professionals to join our ever-changing, highly hands-on and fun environment. We are a mid-sized firm located in downtown Springfield, Missouri, one of the nation’s top communities for young people, a top 40 city for quality of life and a top 10 city for affordability. Don’t believe us? See […]

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Our Team Has Grown: Meet Misty, Jon & Megan

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Meet the three newest members of the BRP team! On August 6th, BRP welcomed Misty Brubaker, Office Assistant, on August 20, we welcomed Megan Evans, Student Architectural Intern, and on August 24, BRP welcomed Jon Gruett, Student Architectural Intern, to our team. Misty, originally from Arkansas, has previous experience in customer and public service. Prior […]

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BRP Makes Building Design + Construction Giants 300 Report

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For 42 years, the editors of Building Design + Construction have ranked the nation’s largest AEC firms as part of their Giants 300 report. This year, BRP placed 111 amoung architecture/engineering firm nationwide. In addition, our firm earned recognition in the hotel sector. Coming in at #48 for hotels, BRP has a multitude of hospitality projects in design and […]

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Call us BRP: New Logo, Same Quality Design

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Call us BRP. As a business that’s been around awhile (40 years to be exact), that means we’ve had to adapt and evolve over the years. Starting as a one-person practice and growing to one of the largest architecture firms in Southwest Missouri, to surviving the recession, and growing back to a mid-sized firm again, […]

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Canstruction U, Can Do: Fun Ways to Give Back

Canstruction

This past weekend, BR&P competed in Canstruction U, hosted by Drury University’s Hammons School of Architecture in partnership with AIA Springfield. The competition challenges design firms to create and build a structure made entirely of cans. This year, BR&P took home the win for Structural Ingenuity and Juror’s Favorite. Three Springfield architecture firms and Drury […]

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BR&P Time Capsule: Kentwood Hall

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It’s August, and for many, that means back to school. Over the last 40 years, BR&P has worked on numerous university, secondary and elementary education projects. This month, we turn our attention to Kentwood Hall on Missouri State University’s campus. Once known as the Kentwood Arms, one of the top hotels in the city, it […]

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Tru Hotel Welcomes Travelers

Tru

The Tru by Hilton Syracuse-Camillus has opened its doors. The BR&P designed hotel is one of Hilton’s newest offerings.  The 92 room, four-story hotel features an outdoor patio connecting to the interior social “hive.” The hive is comprised of a lounge, casual and stadium cushion seating, has board games, foosball tables and cozy sound-absorbing alcoves. […]

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BR&P Welcomes Amber Summers & Collin Tucker to the Team

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Butler, Rosenbury & Partners welcomed Collin Tucker, Student Architectural Intern, and Amber Summers, Intern Architect, to our team of design professionals this summer. Collin, who is from Troy, MO, will be a fifth-year Architecture student at Drury University. He will graduate next May with a Master of Architecture. At Drury, he has studied abroad in […]

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