Chadd Woodall has called Kansas City home for the last 25 years and dreamed of being an architect since he was in high school. But after high school it took Chadd about ten years to make his dreams a reality. In 2004 Chadd decided to enroll at the University of Kansas and completed his degree in Architecture in 2008.
After graduation Chadd accepted a job with ACI-Boland. While working at ACI-Boland he was able to design the food court and circulation areas at Mid-America Heart Institute on the St. Luke’s Plaza campus, a project he was particularly proud of. In 2012 Chadd helped design the striking terracotta façade on the Henry W. Bloch School of Management building on the University of Missouri Kansas City building. The design process for creating the façade was labor intensive, but the end result was worth the time.
Chadd is looking forward to establishing himself here at Rosemann and further developing his career. In his off-time he enjoys spending time with his four year old daughter Scarlett, playing music and attending a wide variety of music concerts here in Kansas City.
Heer’s Luxury Living in Springfield, Missouri had its Grand Opening and ribbon cutting on Tuesday August 11th 2015. Developer, Dalmark Group and general contractor Straub Construction worked with Rosemann to design and construct 80 apartments in the upper floors of the building with two large commercial spaces at street level.
The building’s prominence in southwest Missouri led to the Ribbon Cutting’s wide spread media attention. Opening in 1915, the Heer’s Departments store was Southwest Missouri’s premiere shopping destination for most of the 20th century until the store closed in early 1995. After recounting her memories of visiting the Heer’s Department Store as a child, Springfield Director of Planning and Development Mary Lilly Smith stated “What was once known as the dominant store of the Ozark’s empire became a symbol of deterioration and the demise of downtown.”
The Capstone Awards are given annually in recognition for achievements in real estate development in the Kansas City region. On March 6th, three projects designed by Rosemann & Associates, P.C. will be honored in the categories of Adaptive Reuse and Multi-family. St. Michael’s Veteran’s Center for homeless and disabled Veterans developed by Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph was recognized for excellence in multi-family design. Lucas Place Lofts and Mount Washington Senior Apartments developed by Landwhite Developers, LLC and Sherman Associates respectively received recognition in the Adaptive Reuse category. Congratulations to each of the development teams and kudos to the Rosemann design team involved. The awards will be presented at a luncheon at the Sheraton Overland Park on March 6.
Top Left: St. Michael’s Veteran’s Center
Bottom Left: Mount Washington Senior Apartments
Right: Lucas Place Lofts
A native of the Orlando, Florida area, Daniel’s passion for design and architecture began at a young age where carpentry and traditional architectural hand-drafting were early pursuits. Daniel graduated from the University of Florida in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Design with a focus in Architecture. Before returning to graduate school in 2012, he worked for a year at small design firm in Englewood, Florida. While there Daniel directed the marketing side of the firm, enhancing and focusing the vision of the firm
After moving to St. Louis for graduate school at Washington University, Daniel has interned with Washington University’s Department of Facility Planning and Management and Bond Architects. While at Bond, he helped to develop four library renovations for St. Louis County Libraries (SLCL). In December of 2014, Daniel received his Master’s Degree in Architecture from Washington University and celebrated his marriage shortly after that on January 3, 2015.
In Daniel’s off-time, he is deeply involved in his church, playing in the band and serving in various leadership roles. He still enjoys carpentry, cycling, running, and BBQ.
Kansas City, MO - The St. Michael’s Veterans Center has officially opened its doors for the first of three planned phases. Developed through a partnership between Catholic Charities of Kansas City – St. Joseph and Yarco Co. and designed by Rosemann & Associates P.C., the 58-unit apartment complex will help combat the homelessness of 57 individual men, and one family. All of the apartments will be affordable. Leading the design team was Rosemann’s Edward English.
Rosemann & Associates, P.C., is excited to welcome John Williams to the St. Louis office. John comes to us after following his dreams of becoming an architect to Drury University where he graduated with a Bachelors of Architecture and minor in Design Arts. John has previous experience working for the City of Springfield (MO) Planning and Development office, as well as a summer internship at Cannon Design where he helped develop a recreation center for the University of Missouri St. Louis. In his free time, John volunteers for Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross. Some of his hobbies include bowling, swimming, reading and going to the driving range
The Poehler Lofts project in Lawrence, Kansas has received a National Award from Novogradac & Co. for LIHTC Property that Best Exemplifies Major Community Impact. The awards presentation is scheduled for January 9th, 2014 in Miami, FL.
The Poehler Lofts project is a 49 unit mixed income apartment complex that is part of the Lawrence Neighborhood Revitalization District. Originally the Poehler Mercantile Building, this 1904, four story brick building once housed a grocery warehouse in the center of an important industrial district in East Lawrence, Kansas.