BR&P Time Capsule: A Blast from the Past

BR&P

From some of BR&P’s first projects in Springfield, Missouri (the Financial Center Office Park, the Galleria Shopping Center, and National Avenue Medical Buildings), to those across the country, we’ve had the pleasure of working with amazing clients on a variety of designs and have certainly learned many lessons along the way! While there have been […]

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Jonesboro Embassy Suites Celebrates Groundbreaking

Jonesboro

The BR&P designed Embassy Suites Hotel and Red Wolf Convention Center in Jonesboro, AR, recently celebrated its groundbreaking.  The seven-story 203-suite hotel, located on the Arkansas State campus, is designed to be LEED Certified and will have an attached Houlihan’s Restaurant. Other features include a two-story atrium lobby, an indoor swimming pool, a Starbucks, business […]

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Summer Travel Trends 2018

Summer

Memorial Day kicks off the unofficial start of summer, and many will soon be gearing up for their next big adventure.  This is a perfect time to look at some of the hottest trends for travel this season. Eco-friendly Hotels As more people decide to follow an eco-conscious lifestyle at home, it should not come […]

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Aloft Hotel Breaks Ground

Aloft

The BR&P designed Aloft Hotel has broken ground! The four-story 100-room hotel sits on the 2.4-acre property located adjacent to the Westgate Entertainment District, one of the premier entertainment destinations in the region. Hotel amenities include a fitness center, lobby bar with live entertainment, an outdoor fire pit and pool. The Aloft brand exudes a […]

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BR&P Time Capsule: Springfield Expo Center

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As we celebrate our 40th anniversary this year, we take a look back through our portfolio. This month we focus on the Springfield Expo Center, which has been a catalyst in the development of the Jordan Valley area and downtown Springfield since 2003. Springfield had long coveted an exhibit hall downtown that could lure larger […]

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BR&P in Transition: Past, Present & Future

BR&P

This month we celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Butler, Rosenbury & Partners. Founded in 1978, we’ve covered multiple types of projects around the globe. Take a look as we remember our past, explore the present and transition to the future. The Past: Geoffrey Butler always knew he’d be an architect. His father was one, and Geoffrey […]

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Why Architecture: Celebrating Architecture Week 2018

Why

This month, many AIA Chapters celebrated National Architecture Week. Some chapters also dedicate the entire month of April for architecture-related events and tours throughout their respective cities. This also makes it a perfect time to explore why BR&P team members decided to choose architecture as a career path. “Growing up I always wanted to be […]

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Springfield-Branson National Airport Expansion Complete

Springfield-Branson

Travelers now have access to a larger restaurant, expanded menu and faster wi-fi at the Springfield-Branson National Airport. Butler, Rosenbury & Partners designed the improvements for the airport, which are the first major renovations to the airline terminal since it opened in 2009. With passenger numbers expected to reach one million per year, the Springfield-Branson […]

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Celebrating Women’s History Month – BRP Women of Architecture

Celebrating

March is National Women’s History Month, which honors the extraordinary achievements of American women, and is a perfect time to focus on women in the architecture profession. According to a study by NCARB, the rate of women joining the profession is increasing. Women are also obtaining licensure faster than their male counterparts. In 2016, women […]

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BRP Time Capsule: Springfield Brewing Company

BRP

As BRP celebrates our 40th anniversary this year, we are looking back to some of our past projects. This month in the time capsule we explore Springfield Brewing Company, which has been a staple in downtown Springfield, MO since 1997. But how did BrewCo, as it’s affectionally known by locals, come to be? The Paul […]

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