Architectural Bucket List

Architectural

Everyone has a bucket list, right? A number of experiences that you look forward to and want to accomplish during your lifetime. If you don’t, maybe you should think about making one. However, an architectural bucket list could look a bit different. This may consist of anything from spending a day with Frank Gehry to […]

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Giving back to our community: United Way’s Day of Caring

Giving

About Day of Caring Every year United Way of the Ozarks organizes the largest one-day, community-wide volunteer event in Southwest Missouri. Teams of volunteers spend a day giving back to area nonprofit agencies and schools. Last year, more than 2,000 volunteers from 126 businesses and organizations completed 296 projects at 76 nonprofit agencies and schools. […]

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BRP Welcomes Chelsea Smith to the Team!

BRP

On June 17th we welcomed Chelsea Smith to the BRP Team. Chelsea, a Kansas State University graduate, recently received a Master of Interior Architecture and Product Design degree. This is a five-year program that blends architectural design, interior design, product design, and furniture design. This degree allows Chelsea to have a deeper understanding in all […]

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Meet Jordann, BRP Architects’ New Marketing Coordinator

Meet

On June 3rd, we were happy to welcome Jordann Wheatley, Marketing Coordinator and Graphic Designer, to our team! Jordann was born in Rich Hill, a small town in Missouri, where she grew up on her family farm. Jordann recently graduated with honors from Missouri State University with a BFA in Graphic Design and minor in […]

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A Facility Fit for a Champ: A New Multipurpose Addition for Greenwood

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Earlier this month, Missouri State University’s Greenwood Laboratory School boys’ basketball team took home the Class 2 state title for the first time since 1942. With dreams of hosting tournaments and bigger events, the university hired BRP to design a multi-phase locker room and multipurpose addition for the lab school. In 2012, BRP designed the […]

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Harlingen Convention Center set to Open Soon

Harlingen

The Harlingen Convention Center is set to open later this week! On March 29, Harlingen Texas Mayor, Chris Boswell, will hold his annual State of the City address at the new facility. The convention center has twelve meeting rooms, eight of which can be combined to create a large ballroom that can host 1,800 guests. […]

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BRP Welcomes George Mandrik to the Team

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On March 1, we welcomed George Mandrik, Architect, to our team! George, who was born in Ukraine, moved to Portland, OR, and made his way to Springfield, MO when he was in high school. He graduated from Drury University in 2013 with a Master of Architecture and minors in fine arts and global studies. Prior […]

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Behind the Beams: Get to know BRP

Behind

Friendly, collaborative, a great place to learn and grow professionally… just a few words to describe the culture at BRP. Here’s what our team members have to say about what it’s like to work here. “We aren’t afraid to yell across the studio to ask someone a question. There seems to be a constant buzz […]

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BRP Designed Omaha Cambria Celebrates Opening

BRP

The Cambria is open and ready to welcome guests. The BRP designed 128-room upscale hotel sits in downtown Omaha near numerous businesses and attractions. The property, which is anticipating LEED Gold status, is the first Cambria in Nebraska. The hotel, which sits on a compact urban site, was a redesign of the typical Cambria prototype. […]

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Meet Alex, Our Newest Team Member!

Meet

Meet the newest BRP team member, Alex Fernandez, Student Architectural Intern. On January 14 we welcomed him to our team. Alex was born in Texas and grew up in Mexico City, Mexico, Bad Harzburg, Germany and Doha, Qatar. He is a fifth-year Architecture student at Drury University and will graduate in May with a Master […]

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