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Casey Nelson

BETTER KNOW AN LF’ER : ERIC BOWMAN

Posted by on 1/7/15 at 11:42am
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Eric Bowman, our new Digital Design Manager joined us right before Christmas, an early present for many Revit users here at the office. While many of us were fooled at Halloween (see Rob’s costume below) the search for a BIM guru ended right before the holidays. 
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Heather Gayle Holdridge
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Lake|Flato has a very high percentage of employees who commute daily by bicycle.  This study has some great information on how that impacts our happiness and well-being. Via BikePortland.org (brought to me via Rand Pinson): “Commuters who bike to work are the most satisfied with their morning travel, according to a new study by Portland State Urban Studies Planning Graduate School. Click to Read More

Cecelia Smith

BETTER KNOW AN LF’ER: ANA LOZANO

Posted by on 12/19/14 at 12:47pm
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Professional. Responsible. Pleasant. Thoughtful. Poised. Click to Read More

Jessica Vonderau

LF 30: 2002 Hilltop Arboretum

Posted by on 12/18/14 at 04:54pm
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In honor of Lake Flato’s thirtieth anniversary, the Thirty Projects x Thirty Years series has been developed to explore and celebrate the firm’s history and culture of design. Published weekly, the series will highlight one project per year, starting in 1984 and ending in 2014. The projects that have been selected will give you a snapshot of the firm’s evolution as well as provide a fun and insightful collection on then and now, and ultimately, who we are today. Click to Read More

Cecelia Smith

BETTER KNOW AN LF’ER: JOE LOMAS

Posted by on 12/15/14 at 06:48pm
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Joe just rocks. Click to Read More

Laura Kaupp
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A giant smile breaks across my face when Jeannette visits my desk – she is either asking to help me with something or offering some crazy baked goodie. I think it’s her smile that goes airborne and infects other people causing them to break out in senseless smiles. Or maybe she puts something in those baked concoctions – they aren’t normal ingredients, you know. I’m not sure they ever make it to the other floors.  Click to Read More

Corey Squire
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November was a big month for the Josey pavilion. After winning an AIA San Antonio Honor Award and celebrating its official grand opening, the pavilion is still operating as predicted, recording an energy surplus of 68 kWh after two months of occupancy. Click to Read More

Heather Gayle Holdridge
AIANY COTE

Lake|Flato’s Andrew Herdeg will serve as a juror for AIA New York’s inaugural COTE Awards.  The local awards program was inspired by the national AIA COTE Top 10  program, which awards the 10 best projects for sustainable design in North America each year.  The AIANY COTE Awards will recognize truly sustainable projects within 100 miles on Manhattan that set the standard for both beauty and performance. Click to Read More

Corey Squire

Lessons from Greenbuild

Posted by on 11/13/14 at 01:08pm
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Recently, a few of us traveled to GreenBuild in New Orleans to see what’s new in the world of sustainability. Though the official theme of the conference was resilience (particularly relevant given the host city) a few other hot topics kept popping up. Here are three major themes that I noticed from Greenbuild 2014. Click to Read More

Jonathan Smith

LF30: 2003 Dallas Arboretum

Posted by on 11/12/14 at 10:58am
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In honor of Lake Flato’s thirtieth anniversary, the Thirty Projects x Thirty Years series has been developed to explore and celebrate the firm’s history and culture of design. Published weekly, the series will highlight one project per year, starting in 1984 and ending in 2014. The projects that have been selected will give you a snapshot of the firm’s evolution as well as provide a fun and insightful collection on then and now, and ultimately, who we are today. Click to Read More