The wait is over, our Kansas City office had the great pleasure of taking a ride on the brand new streetcar.

Taking passengers for the first time on Friday, the streetcar has been anticipated for the past five years. The streetcar will run from Union Station to the River Market. More information can be found here.






Steve Mulkey recently joined Rosemann and Associates. He brings to the firm over thirty years of experience. Before becoming an architect Steve was employed as a draftsman and his mentor at the time encouraged him to pursue his Master of Architecture. Steve enrolled at the University of Colorado and obtained his degree. From there Steve worked as a project architect and worked as a construction manager, most recently at HNTB Architects. Steve enjoys the work he does on each project, but the Denver Crime Lab particularly stood out to him. He enjoyed the complexity of the project, the different challenges the client and budget offered, also combining interesting architecture. In the end the Crime Lab was something all parties were proud of, just like the saying, “success has many parents but failure is an orphan.”

 On the weekends Steve enjoys gardening, in the past he grew vegetables until the deer made a buffet of his garden, he now sticks to flowers.

Rosemann’s St. Louis Studio welcomes Kent Hoynacki to its team.  A native of St. Louis, Kent graduated from Missouri State University in Springfield with a Bachelor’s of Science in Technology (Architectural Drafting and Design/Construction.)  He has served as BIM Manager with several previous employers and worked on major projects with the St. Louis Art Museum expansion, the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, and numerous recreational, educational and multi-family housing developments.  He is a Certified Documentation Technologist (CDT) through the Construction Specification Institute.

He and his family reside in Maryland Heights.  Kent enjoys family activities and travel and is an avid golfer and scuba diver.  Welcome Kent!

Recent University of Colorado-Boulder graduate, Lena Scrivanich, is excited to begin her architecture career with Rosemann and Associates.  Originally, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Lena made her way to Colorado by way of Sonoma, California.  Along with studying architecture, Lena also minored in 3D modeling and animation. She first began designing buildings as a child using video games as her platform.

In school Lena, designed an Alaskan community center in conjunction with an airport terminal located on the Kenai Peninsula.  The purpose in the design was to have a place for the community to connect with each other and the outside world.  Lena is looking forward to learning how architecture firms work and expanding her design experience.    In her free time, Lena enjoys snowboarding in the winter, camping, and hiking in the warmer months. In addition, for several years she has ended her day with yoga, which has changed her life for the positive.


Kansas City’s newest employee, Mary Rogers, joined us after completing her Master of Architecture from the University of Kansas. Mary was born in Kansas City, but grew up in Huntsville, Alabama; there she cultivated her love for math and art. In high school, Mary thought she would end up being an artist, but found architecture allowed her to utilize both of her interests.

 In 2011 Mary received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Fairmont State University in Fairmont, West Virginia. After graduation, Mary attended the University of Kansas Master of Architecture program and moved to Lawrence. After graduation, Mary worked for BRR Architecture and gained hands on experience.

In her free time, Mary enjoys tackling large projects, currently she is working on recovering her great-great grandmother’s parlor furniture.  

Rosemann staff joined Dalmark Development Group, Kansas City Sustainable Development Partners, The Mission Bank, Bank of Lee’s Summit, CRA Investments, and Straub Construction Company in celebrating the opening of West Hill – an upscale redevelopment of the historic Swinney School sporting a new addition that complements the existing architecture and neighborhood. 






A Missouri native, Zachary Arand, grew up in Valley Park, outside of St. Louis. He received a Masters of Architecture from University of Kansas and there he participated in an internship in the Philippines, where his mother’s family is from.  There he helped oversee the restoration of the Malate Church located in Manila, Philippines. Through his internship, he was able to assist with the restoration of the exterior stones of the ancient church.  This project paired well with Zachary’s belief that buildings are works of art and that restoration and preservation are essential. After graduation in 2013 Zachary accepted a position with B & A Architecture and there gained hands on project experience working with clients, contractors and consultants.

In his free time, Zachary enjoys spending time with his Great Dane, Freyja, running and playing piano. Welcome Zachary!

 We are pleased to announce that the St. Louis Design Studio 
of Rosemann and Associates P.C. has relocated. 
 Our new address
168 N. Meramec Avenue, Suite 200 
St. Louis, MO 63105 
We invite everyone to stop by for a tour and a cup of coffee!  
Please contact:
Jarrett Cooper (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Kathy Sorkin (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


On December 15th, after much planning and hard work, Rosemann and Associates took part in the groundbreaking for St. Michael’s Veterans Center: Phase II. The purpose of the facility is to provide stable housing for homeless veterans or those living in unstable conditions.







Our newest member of the Rosemann team, Marcia Trein hails from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Before pursuing a career in architecture, Marcia received two undergraduate degrees in ceramics and art education. Utilizing her art education, Marcia taught grade school art at an American school in Rio de Janeiro.  In 2007 she decided to work towards her dream of becoming an architect. She enrolled in the undergraduate architecture, urban planning, and interior design program at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Close to the completion of her degree in 2010, Marcia learned that her husband’s company was transferring him to Kansas City. Before she could agree to this new life in Kansas City Marcia had two requests, that she would be able to finish her architecture degree and that her two cats Merlin and Nimue would join them in the States.

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