This December, the Rosemann St. Louis Team was eager to participate in the Habitat for Humanity’s Adopt a Family Program, hoping to brighten the holidays of a family of four faced with a recent significant financial hardship. This family contributed 400 hours of sweat equity building their new home with the help of volunteers. Habitat finances their purchase and the family is responsible for making a mortgage payment, utilities, taxes, and insurance. While this family has shouldered these financial responsibilities during a time of unexpected hardship, they face a tough holiday, especially for the children.
Using the family’s profile information and wish list, along with the generosity of the Rosemann team, all the items that the family has hoped for have been purchased by staff, including warm clothes, fun toys, handy gift cards, and even several extra sets of clothes, shoes, and housewares!
The Rosemann team hopes to lift a weight off this family’s shoulders and bring happiness into their home on Christmas Day.
We are pleased to announce that Stonecrest at Burlington Creek Senior Living has received the Excellence in Construction President Award. Excel Construction received this award for the project on November 4th at Arrowhead Stadium. The award was presented by the Associated Builder and Contractors, Inc. at their annual award banquet. The grand opening took place on November 9th with community members, Stonecrest staff and the dedicated team that made this building a reality. Congratulations to Excel Construction, Northpoint Development and all those involved!
Featured in photo left to right: Jeremy Cuno, Superintendent with Excel Construction, Chris Bradley, Project Manager with Excel Construction, Scott Rosemann, COO and Structural Engineer with Rosemann & Associates, P.C., Del Kershner, Superintendent with Excel Construction, and Gabe Vogl, Project Manager with Rosemann & Associates, P.C.
Rosemann Kansas City's Project Manager, Michael Gaillard, had the opportunity to speak to three 2nd grade classes at the Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City on Veterans Day. It was a great opportunity to share his experiences with some very engaged and bright young people.
While in the United States Navy Michael served on the USS Vandegrift and learned the value of hard work and determination. He spent eight years serving our country, starting in 1992, as an engineer/fireman. Though Michael is no longer a fireman he still does a great job putting out fires here at Rosemann. Thank you Michael and all those who served this great country.
Alex Price, Rosemann St. Louis studio architect-intern and a resident of Downtown St. Louis, had the opportunity to work with the Downtown Neighborhood Association in St. Louis to design and create a rendering for a four-story mixed-use building in the Downtown West Neighborhood. The four-story building is designed as first floor retail, fronting the popular Washington Avenue, with three floors of apartments above and parking off the rear street. However, the simple design could easily be adapted for offices or other functions.
Leading Age Annual Meeting and Expo was held in Indy in 2016 – hence the “racing to Indy” racecar! Jarrett, Nancy and Kathy took
advantage of connecting with thousands of non-profit providers who share a passion and commitment to senior care, attending education sessions focusing on best practices as well as new ways to design and build – and living the Conference’s theme of BE THE DIFFERENCE. The EXPO hall offered further opportunities to meet and greet and find new materials and services for our clients.
The Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indy was a great venue with nearby hotels, restaurants and many museums. It was great to meet new people, explore how others are doing similar work, and expand our horizons.
On Saturday, October 22nd early in the morning, the Rosemann St. Louis Team, led by Patty Bommarito participated in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides 5K & 1 mile Fun Walk for Breast Cancer at Forest Park. Our team raised $560.00 and enjoyed the uplifting and energizing walk with over 1400 participants from 173 teams. The activities included survivor events, main stage entertainment, route performers, kids’ entertainment and more. Over $247,000 was raised on Saturday at one of the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation.
Travis Hendrix recently joined Rosemann and Associates in our Denver Studio. A native Coloradoan, Travis had an interest in architecture when he was young, but made a pragmatic decision to pursue business. He graduated in 2006 with a degree in International Business. Travis soon realized he wanted to continue his education and enrolled at the University of Colorado Denver. In 2011, Travis graduated with his Masters of Architecture degree.
9-Del Lofts in Lawrence, Kansas has been award the 2016 Ad Astra Award-Excellence in Housing.
Congratulations to all those involved in the 9-Del Lofts project!
Jonathan Crank recently joined Rosemann and Associates as our newest Structural Engineer. He graduated in 2013 from University of Kansas with a degree in Civil Engineering. A native of Kansas City, Jonathan brings enthusiasm and expertise to his assignments at Rosemann and is focusing on Senior Living.
Jonathan currently resides in Shawnee, Kansas. In his free time, he enjoys playing music including the piano, guitar and bass. Every Sunday he can be found playing contemporary worship at his church. He also spends his time trail walking, participating in trivia competitions and playing basketball.
Erin McFarland recently joined Rosemann and Associates after completing her Masters of Architecture at the University of Kansas. A third generation Jayhawk, Erin’s architecture focus was Health and Wellness and upon graduation became certified in her focus. Erin became interested in architecture in high school when she and her dad would work on projects around the house. She shadowed staff at Rosemann and Associates while in high school and gained insight into her career choice. During college, Erin interned for HMN Architects and helped design the Olathe Medical Center’s Women’s Center expansion. Erin gained valuable Health and Wellness experience through this project and the satisfaction of seeing a building go beyond paper.
Outside of work Erin is a volunteer advisor for the Theta Alpha chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. Erin enjoys relaxing with her miniature schnauzer Wilt, named after Wilt Chamberlain who played basketball for KU in the 1950s. She also loves reading, spending time with her family, traveling and playing golf. She is also a huge KU and Royals fan.