Rosemann & Associates is excited to announce that J. David Mullins, AIA, ACHA, NCARB has joined the Atlanta Office, where he will lead efforts in business development in the Southeast.
Congratulations Papa and Mama Foster on the arrival of their baby girl, Sybil Rose Foster!
On February 28th, Rosemann Kansas City colleagues, Michael Gaillard and Erin Morris volunteered at Guadalupe Centers High School. The local charter school partnered with non-profit Prep KC to host a career day for the freshman class.
Check out the progress being made on HarborChase of South Oklahoma City, an exceptional luxury assisted living and memory care community located on six acres near downtown Oklahoma City at 1801 S. May Avenue. View Video! Courtesy of Cowen Construction.
On February 13th, Jason Swords, Principal of Sunflower Development Group (pictured below), invited the community and those involved in Blenheim Elementary School’s revitalization to celebrate the building’s new lease on life. Rosemann’s Edward English, AJ Dolph, Daniel Nagati and Scott Rosemann attended the Grand Opening.
Rosemann was a lead sponsor in this year’s 2019 USGBC State of the Chapter & Social Kick Off. On January 24, 2019, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) - Missouri Gateway Chapter members, Board of Directors, Committee members and guests gathered at a fun kick-off party at the Missouri History Museum to celebrate USGBC’s accomplishments of 2018, as well as to plan their activities for 2019.
On January 30th, Kathy Sorkin, Vice-President of Rosemann & Associates, P.C. (pictured 5th from right) joined constituents from over 20-member organizations of Missouri Workforce Housing Association (MOWHA) at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri, where MOWHA hosted their Lobby Day.
On Monday, December 17th, Rosemann’s Kansas City team participated at the Amethyst Place Holiday Store for Kids. Amethyst Place provides single mothers and their children a safe and stable environment to rebuild their lives.
St. Louis, MO – Tuesday, December 11, 2018, elected officials, community leaders, housing advocates, business partners and neighbors joined together at Koinonia Baptist Temple to break ground on Finney Place Homes, a new affordable single-family home community under way at 4200 blocks of C.D. Banks, Finney, and Cook Avenues.