Congratulations to Project Designer Zachary Braun who recently finished the multi-division Architect Registration Examination (ARE), an exam administered by the National Council of Architecture Registration Board (NCARB) to assess an individual’s knowledge and skills regarding the practice of architecture. The current version of the exam features six divisions. Passing all six divisions is a requirement towards earning an architect license.
Rosemann’s President and CEO Donald Rosemann remarked, “Thank you Zachary for your determination and hard work towards finishing the ARE testing and for the many ways in which you make a special contribution to our team.”
Zachary joined our St. Louis architectural team in June 2021. Prior to Rosemann, he worked at an architectural firm supporting the design of various higher education level facilities assembling feasibility studies, design development, construction documentation and creating as-built Revit models. Earlier in his career, Zachary was employed at a local firm, where worked as a CAD/Support Engineering Specialist, designing custom commercial furniture pieces, and engineering those pieces for manufacturing and programming CNC routers.
Zachary commented, “Thank you to everyone at Rosemann for your support and for providing the resources to reach my career goals. I look forward to fulfilling the final requirements towards obtaining my architect’s license.”
He has enjoyed developing his architectural talents over the years and is skilled at several computer programs such as AutoCAD, Enscape, Sketchup, Revit, Lumion and more. Zachary is a native of Sullivan, Missouri and a graduate of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, where he holds a Master of Architecture Degree.