A standout in his field, architect and designer Paul Koch brings experience with major retailers like Cabela’s and J.Jill as well as leading design firms in the retail, hospitality and food service sectors
December 20, 2023
As a valuable source on design for retail environments and working with name brands, architect Paul Koch has joined the leadership roster for national architecture and interiors firm Dyer Brown, bringing experience with major retailers like Cabela’s and J.Jill and a portfolio that spans the North American continent.
McDaniel will work alongside Christopher Brandon after demonstrating architectural excellence for over a decade
June 9, 2023
Architect Ryan McDaniel, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been named partner of Brandon Architects, alongside the founder and president, Christopher Brandon, AIA. McDaniel is the first partner ever to be named at the award-winning Brandon Architects firm.
Standouts in their fields, architect Ashley Dunn and designer Sara Ross join leadership ranks of national architecture and interiors firm known for innovation, sustainability and client service
February 13, 2023
Dyer Brown has announced the elevation of two of the national architecture and design firm’s most valued leaders to the role of Principal: director of corporate services Sara Ross, LEED AP, and director of workplace Ashley L. Dunn, AIA.
While the original commercial passenger terminal was constructed in 1952, it wasn’t until the 1990s—when commuter airlines became more prevalent—that Alpena’s civilian air travel expanded enough to qualify for Federal Airport Improvement funds. By 2018, county and airport officials were ready to update operations by replacing the long-standing terminal with a more expansive and updated facility.
There’s an old adage that says, “women can do anything men can do,” and for the 1.2 million U.S. women currently employed in the male-dominated world of construction, that statement couldn’t be any more true. And why wouldn’t women want to work in construction—a career that offers competitive salaries and benefits, opportunities to advance, and a wide range of roles and responsibilities.
For the Denver Art Museum, an iconic institution of visual art, it was a necessary revitalization effort to better serve the steady increase in foot traffic that has now grown to more than 800,000 annual visitors.