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What’s New for 2019: Upcoming Architectural Trends

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November is the perfect time to reflect on the past but look forward and focus on the upcoming year. This month, we take time to look ahead to 2019 on upcoming architectural trends in the various markets in which BRP practices. Personalizing the Guest Experience Today, hotel guests’ expectations are higher than ever. With the […]

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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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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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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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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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BR&P Time Capsule: Park Central Square

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Throughout the last 40 years, BR&P has had the pleasure of working on a multitude of interesting projects. One that stands out is the restoration and modernization of Park Central Square in Springfield, MO. The Square has a storied history, from a booming center for business to decline to rebirth. It’s also a story about […]

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BR&P Time Capsule: A Blast from the Past

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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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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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