• Bill McCuen

    American Structurepoint Hires McCuen

    American Structurepoint in Indianapolis has hired Bill McCuen as senior designer. He most recently served as director of design at KAI Design in St. Louis. McCuen worked with large multicultural teams designing schools and campuses for United Nations missions in the Middle East and Somalia. His international work also includes projects in China, Yemen, Lithuania and Russia.  

  • Keith Hinkebein

    HNTB Announces Promotion

    HNTB in Indianapolis has promoted Keith Hinkebein to executive vice president for the firm’s national design-build practice. In his 26 years with the firm, Hinkebein has served as president of two divisions, chief operating officer, chief sales officer and chief delivery officer.

  • Chase Miller

    BSA Promotes Miller

    BSA LifeStructures in Indianapolis has promoted Chase Miller to director of planning. Prior to that he served as project manager and planner. Miller holds a master of architecture and master of science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and bachelor of science from Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • James Sved

    Indiana State Museum Hires VP

    The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites has hired James Sved as vice president of historic preservation and operations. Sved was formerly vice president and director of architecture at Archaeometrix, Inc. He will be responsible for preserving the museum's 11 historic sites, as well as the daily operations and long term maintenance. Sved holds a bachelor's degree from Randolph-Macon College and a master's degree from the University of Virginia. 
  • MKM Promotes Mitchell to Associate Principal

    Fort Wayne-based MKM architecture + design has promoted Andrew Mitchell associate principal. He has been with the company since 2009 and has led design efforts on numerous healthcare and community health projects. Mitchell earned his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and Bachelor of Architecture from Ball State University and is a registered architect.
  • RQAW Hires Two

    RQAW has added Haylee Moscato as architectural historian and Andrew Cochrane as director of the firm’s water resources department. Moscato previously served as an archives and special collections graduate assistant at Ball State University. Cochrane previously worked as director of water resources at Shrewsberry & Associates.
  • Rowland Design Promotes Rose to President

    Rowland Design has elevated Jill Rose to president. She has operated in many roles since joining the company in 2005 including interior designer, project manager, and business development leader. Rowland Design was founded in 1968.
  • arcDESIGN Promotes Four to Associate

    Architecture and interior design firm arcDESIGN announced the promotion of Nate Alderfer, Jenner Lillibridge (pictured), Daniel Potash and Rick Rush (pictured) to associate. Alderfer leads key healthcare projects for the company. Lillibridge also leads healthcare design work for several clients. Potash leads projects and staff arcDesign's higher education sector.

  • Ken Jansing   Jillynn Heck

    RQAW Corporation Hires Project Managers

    Fishers-based RQAW Corporation has hired Ken Jansing as a project manager in the firm’s bridge and structural department. Jansing will focus on bridge replacement designs for LaPorte and Hendricks counties along with several INDOT bridge rehabilitation projects. He previously served as bridge department manager at Northwest Consultants, Inc. He holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Purdue University. 

  • Kim Bolan Cullin

    RATIO Hires Associate Principal

    RATIO has hired Kim Bolan Cullin as Associate Principal/Library Planner. Cullin is an experienced librarian, library evolutionist, planner and designer. She was founder and president of Kimberly Bolan and Associates, and has consulted with hundreds of public, K-12, and university libraries. Cullin will work in the firm's national library design team. She holds degrees from SUNY Geneseo and Syracuse University. 

  • Jason Shelley

    AIA Executive Director Made Honorary Member

    The American Institute of Architects has named Jason Shelley an Honorary AIA Member, one of the highest honors the AIA bestows on a person who isn’t an architect. Shelley is executive director of AIA Indiana and is one of three people nationally to receive the designation. He has advocated for INDOT to rethink plans for 1-65/I-70. Shelley also helped raise funds to provide scholarships for young architects and the Indiana Architectural Foundation. 

  • Lauren Zuber

    MKM Architecture Hires Director

    MKM architecture + design has added Lauren Zuber as director of corporate & community engagement. Zuber joins MKM with extensive experience in community development, marketing, and strategic planning for a variety of industries and organizations. Her role as director includes strengthening connections between the firm and clients, target markets and communities they serve. 

  • Gary Voirol

    MSKTD & Associates Promotes New President

    MSKTD & Associates has promoted Gary Voirol as its new president. Voirol has been with the company for over thirty years, including the last 12 as vice president and secretary. He will continue to co-direct the company's Academic Group and was also recently elected to the executive board of the Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana. He earned his bachelor's degree from Ball State University and his master's degree from the University of Illinois. 

  • Michael Lykoudis

    Notre Dame Dean Named to AIA College of Fellows

    The University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture dean Michael Lykoudis has been named to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows, an honor awarded to those who have made significant contributions to the profession. He has established several new initiatives as den, including providing hands-on experience with urban and architectural design.

  • Michael Garringer and Nick Cunningham

    RQAW Hires Two

    Fishers-based RQAW Corporation has hired Michael Garringer as a project architect. He currently leads planning, designing and constructing projects and has over 15 years experience as an architect. Garringer has worked on commercial, government, health care, industrial and multi-family building projects. Also, Nick Cunningham has been named a construction administrator. He previously served as an operations supervisor at UPS and a logistics manager at Brinks Inc.

  • Cindi Hoetmer

    Hoetmer Joins CORE Planning Strategies

    Cindi Hoetmer has joined CORE Planning Strategies as a project manager. Her 35 years of real estate and construction experience includes working as a broker, a developer for a nonprofit and a project manager for residential and commercial construction.

  • Carrie Grogan and Matthew Rueff

    RATIO Adds to Team

    RATIO Architects has added Carrie Grogan (pictured) as learning and development coach. Matthew Rueff has been named senior associate / economic specialist. Kristen Ambrose has been added as principal / director of research and development. Thomas Cloud has been named principal. Andrea Haydon has been appointed design strategist. Brock Roseberry has been named principal / partner. Also, Simeon Nabors has been named principal / partner.

  • Ben Bain and Steve Schaecher

    Schmidt Associates Names Principals

    Schmidt Associates has named Ben Bain (pictured), Eric Broemel and Steve Schaecher (pictured) principals at the long-time Indianapolis architecture and engineering firm. Bain joined the firm in 2002 following a career in radio broadcasting. Broemel is a certified professional engineer, a certified energy manager and the firm's engineering quality manager. Schaecher is senior project architect and the firm's architectural quality manager.

  • Brian Lane

    K2M Design Adds to Indianapolis Office

    Brian Lane has joined the K2M Design team as director of the Indianapolis office. He previously served as director of operations for Life Care Services for more than 18 years. Hendricks has a background in business administration and public health.

  • Brian Staresnick

    DAVID RUBIN Hires Landscape Architect

    Landscape architecture firm DAVID RUBIN Land Collective has opened a new studio in Indianapolis and made its first hire. Architect Brian Staresnick will spearhead the Indianapolis location. Land Collective has worked with Eskenazi, Cummins downtown Indianapolis, Newfields, and is currently working on the Envision Columbus Downtown Strategic Development Plan for Columbus.

  • Benjamin Smith

    Smith Joins CORE Planning Strategies

    Benjamin Smith has joined CORE Planning Strategies as a project coordinator. With experience in construction planning and administration, he previously served as a code enforcement and project manager for the State of Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ engineering division.

  • Theresa "Teri" Joy

    BSA LifeStructures Hires Ops Planner

    BSA LifeStructures has hired Theresa "Teri" Joy as senior healthcare operations planner. She is a registered nurse in Indiana with more than 25 years of experience and Certified Emergency Nurse and Trauma Certified Registered Nurse certifications. Joy started her professional career as a clinical staff nurse in the orthopedic/neurosurgical unit and cardiac surgery recovery unit at Union Hospital in Terre Haute.

  • Joel Farmer

    Guidon Design Hires VP of Architecture

    Joel Farmer has joined Indianapolis-based Guidon Design as vice president of architecture. He has more than 28 years of healthcare design experience and has planned, designed, and managed numerous large and small healthcare and life science projects throughout the Midwest. In his new role, Farmer will focus on envisioning healthcare projects that integrate long-term overall wellness through functional and solution-oriented design.

  • Brian Hostetler and Kari Funston

    arcDESIGN Promotes Three to Associate

    Architecture and interior design firm arcDESIGN has promoted Brian Hostetler (pictured), Greg Miller and Kari Funston (pictured) to associates. Hostetler has been with the firm since 2004. Miller focuses in renovation/historic preservation, university and religious design. And Funston joined the firm in 2009 as leader of its interior design team.

  • Andrew Koehl

    Fanning Howey Names Construction Administrator

    Fanning Howey has re-hired Andrew Koehl as construction administrator. He previously served as construction quality assurance manager for ProCLAD in Noblesville. He has 20 years of experience in quality assurance, including 11 years at Fanning Howey.

  • Joy Bosse and Jordan Crook

    RQAW Corp. Adds Two to Team

    Joy Bosse has joined the RQAW Corp. as a civil engineer in its expanding water-resources department. She is a graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. While there, she participated in the Home for Environmentally Responsible Engineers Program. Also, the firm has added Jordan Crook as its newest graduate architect. He has experience in commercial, corporate and residential development, construction administration and graphic design.

  • Kevin Jasinski and Lisa Casler

    RQAW Corp. Expands Senior Leadership

    Indianapolis-based RQAW Corp. has promoted: Kevin Jasinski (pictured) to director of major projects and senior project manager; Randall Brooks to director of bridge services; Lisa Casler (pictured) to director of roadway services and Joe Dabkowski to director of environmental services. Also, the firm has added Vohn Wilson as a graduate architect.

  • Chris Stine

    Design Collaborative Promotes Stine

    Fort Wayne-based Design Collaborative has promoted Architect Chris Stine to associate partner. He is the firm's second associate partner and has been with the organization for nearly 16 years.

  • RQAW Corp. Adds to Team

    Trent Montemayor has joined the RQAW Corp. as a project manager in the firm’s water-resources department. As a board-certified environmental engineer, he has worked in wastewater collection and treatment-center design and construction projects throughout Indiana and Michigan. Also, Jack Stocks has been named a project manager in the roads department. He has worked on projects including the I-69 and 106th Street roundabout interchange.

  • Cripe Promotes Barrett to Manager

    Indianapolis-based Cripe has promoted Kristen Barrett to project manager. She is currently a member of Cripe's Medical Equipment Planning team.

  • Fanning Howey Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based Fanning Howey has appointed Benjamin Donay project architect. He previously served in a similar role for H. Chambers Co. in Baltimore. Donay also previously served as project manager for Shannon Comer Architects.

  • CSO Architects Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based CSO Architects has hired Luke Flaa and Christopher Padgett as graduate architects. Flaa is a graduate of Southern Illinois University. Padgett previously served in a similar role at Carson Design Associates.

  • BSA LifeStructures Names Healthcare Operations Planner

    BSA LifeStructures has hired Vicki Mettlach as senior healthcare operations planner. She previously served as project manager and director of quality resources and professional services for Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus/Centura Health in Colorado. Mettlach provides state-of-the-art clinical and hospital operations insight and guidance for healthcare projects.

  • BSA LifeStructures Names Engineering Co-Director

    BSA LifeStructures, a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, has named Kate Allen co-director of the firm's engineering team. In that role, she partners with fellow co-director, Brian Hoagland. Allen joined the firm in June as engineering principal-in-charge for the Denver office. Previously, she served as managing director of Deerns America and director of A/E/C Industry Surveys for PSMJ Resources.

  • Fanning Howey Names Director

    Indianapolis-based Fanning Howey has appointed Brian Butler electrical discipline director. He previously served as electrical section manager for CHA Consulting in Indianapolis. Prior to CHA, Butler worked at Enverity Engineering (formerly L’Acquis Consulting Engineers) as an electrical engineer.

  • BSA LifeStructures Makes Promotions

    BSA LifeStructures has promoted Geoff Lisle to national market leader for the learning market, which includes the firm's higher education projects. Also, Tim Spence will serve as national market leader for the healing market. In this role, he'll oversee the firm's work in hospitals, medical office buildings, clinics and other healthcare-related projects.

  • RQAW Corp. Adds Two to Team

    RQAW Corp. has added Aaron Lawson as an environmental scientist. He has more than seven years of experience in the environmental science field. Also, the firm has named Chris Hathaway a project engineer for its water resources department. He has more than nine years of professional experience in water/wastewater hydraulic-model development, support for water distribution and wastewater collection system master planning and general water/wastewater design.

  • BSA LifeStructures Adds to Team

    BSA LifeStructures, a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, has named Scott Kreitlein senior laboratory planner. He has more than 25 years of experience in lab design and planning and a recognized expertise in animal holding and biocontainment facilities.

  • Design Collaborative Adds Manager

    Fort Wayne-based Design Collaborative has named Steve Staley business development manager. Most recently, he served as director of development for Associated Churches of Fort Wayne and Allen County.

  • RQAW Corp. Adds Four to Team

    RQAW Corp. has named Christina Bertram (pictured) a civil CAD designer and Jackie Dohrenwend bridge project manager. Also, Dillon Reynolds (pictured) has been named civil engineer in the water resource division. Ben Wernz has joined the firm as a staff engineer in the transportation department.

  • MKM Architecture + Design Promotes Sparling

    MKM Architecture + Design has promoted Matt Sparling to principal. Since joining the Fort Wayne firm in 2008, he has managed numerous award-winning projects.

  • BSA LifeStructures Adds Director

    BSA LifeStructures has named Carla Hill director of business development - Indianapolis. She previously worked as senior vice president of sales and new business development for Business Furniture.

  • Fanning Howey Hires Four

    Indianapolis-based Fanning Howey has added the following team members: David Sugar, visualization specialist; Jack Eichenberger, electrical designer; Dale Flick (pictured), construction administrator and Madeline Stiener (pictured), administrative assistant. Sugar previously served as creative director at IdeaBuyer and as senior graphic designer for the Ohio State University Department of Engineering.

  • Odle McGuire Shook Appoints New Director

    Mary Agnew has been appointed director of architectural services for Indianapolis-based Odle McGuire Shook. She has more than 30 years of experience in architecture. Agnew brings a diverse portfolio of expertise in commercial, corporate, life science, hospitality, government and educational facility design.

  • Troyer Group Promotes Leszczynski to President

    Mishawaka-based Troyer Group has promoted John Leszczynski to president. He previously served as senior vice president. Prior to that, Leszczynski also worked for the city of South Bend for 22 years, 17 of which he was director of public works and city engineer. He was also chairman of the board of directors for South Bend Public Transportation Corp. for 10 years and currently a member of the Board of Zoning Appeals and Area Plan Commission.

  • CSO Architects Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based CSO Architects has added six associates to its team: Lauren Baker (pictured), Tom Cheesman (pictured), Megan Ebling, Betsy Sebastian, Cheryl White and Nick Wissing. The firm also appointed Heidi Lofton, interior designer; Riley Reynolds, draftsman and Emily Newton, Morganne Walker and Chloe Tyner graduate architects. Several interns will work with the team: Andrew Hubbard, Itzel Munoz and Kyle Tuttle.
  • Rowland Design Adds Sink as Architect

    Indianapolis-based Rowland Design has added Architect Donna Sink to its team. She previously served as campus architect at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Her career began in Philadelphia working with historic cultural institutions on masterplanning and renovation projects.

  • RQAW Corp. Hires Designer & Manager

    Paul Vincent has joined RQAW Corp. as a senior project manager. He brings more than 19 years of public works experience to the firm.  Also hired, Adam Hoffer will serve as a civil CAD designer and an information-technology support technician for the firm. He has more than 16 years of computer-aided design experience.

  • Morley and Associates Appoints¬†Senior Architect

    Newburgh-based Morley and Associates Inc. has appointed John Winiger senior architect of the Midwest office. He is a registered architect in the State of Indiana and has a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from Ball State University.

  • RQAW Corp. Adds to Team

    RQAW Corp. has named Kristina Alexander business developer. She previously served as a county commissioner, auditor and chief deputy in Putnam County. Alexander has more than 18 years of administrator experience. The firm also hired Gary Fisher as a senior project architect. His architectural design experience includes 15 justice and correctional facilities and six educational facilities across the state.

  • RQAW Announces Change in Leadership

    Indianapolis-based engineering and architectural consulting firm RQAW Corp. has selected Troy Woodruff (pictured) and Brad Battin (pictured) to co-lead the firm. Current President Richard O'Connor will retire in June. Woodruff joined the company in 2015 and has served as vice president of operations. Battin has been with the firm since 2013 and has served as vice president.

  • Cripe Promotes Five to VP

    Indianapolis-based Cripe has promoted five to vice president: David Lach (pictured), vice president of site services and partner; Dennis McGuire, vice president of survey and real estate services and partner; Kara Hensley (pictured), vice president of talent and brand and Cathy Erwin, vice president of finance.

  • Morley and Associates Promotes Three

    Newburgh-based Morley and Associates Inc. has promoted James Morley to president, succeeding his father, James Q. Morley, who is now chairman of the company. James was previously secretary and managing engineer. Bret Sermersheim has been appointed vice president of the midwest office and director of land surveying, succeeding Danny Leek. Darren Morley has been promoted to vice president of east coast region and director of architecture.

  • CSO Architects Hires Four

    Indianapolis-based CSO Architects has hired: Thomas Cheesman, project manager; Kelsey Reker, interior designer; and Emily Newton and Morganne Walker, graduate architects. All four will work in the Education Studio in Indianapolis.

  • Fanning Howey Names Director

    Fanning Howey has named Mark Joseph director of business development for Indiana. He previously served as partner and director of corporate and business development for MSKTD & Associates in Fort Wayne. Joseph also previously worked at INB National Bank and is a veteran of the United States Air Force.

  • Morley and Associates Adds to Team

    Morley and Associates Inc. has added to its team at its Newburgh office. Lenzie Sowders (pictured) has been named marketing specialist and Casey Dugan (pictured) has been appointed secretary. Erich Bauer, Quade Atkins, Graham Myers and Brandon Rice have been named survey technicians. Jessee Swain, Alejandro Mojica, Russell Fleming and Ryan Sermersheim have been appointed engineers.

  • Firm Names Second CEO in 40 Years

    Indianapolis-based Schmidt Associates Architects has named Sarah Hempstead chief executive officer. She is only the second CEO and president in the firm's 40-year history. Firm founder and President Wayne Schmidt stepped down as CEO this month from the architecture, design and engineering firm he created in 1976. He will remain chairman of the board and the principal-in-charge of the Community Studio.

  • RQAW Corp. Adds to Team

    Parinitha Vishweshwar (pictured) has joined RQAW Corp. as a graduate architect. Brad Brutout (pictured) has been appointed project manager.
    Also, Director of Construction Inspection Chriss Jobe rounds out the roster of new partners.

  • Fanning Howey Adds Team Member

    Fanning Howey has added Luke Bell as marketing communications specialist. He is a graduate of Ball State University. Bell will support the architecture and engineering firm's efforts to celebrate the achievements of its educational clients.

  • RJE Business Interiors Promotes Miller to VP

    RJE Business Interiors has promoted Amanda Miller to vice president of sales & marketing.  She has been with the company for two years and
    previously served as an account executive.

  • CSO Architects Hires Three

    CSO Architects has added three new members to its firm. Marie Albrecht (pictured) and Taylor Pietruch (pictured) have been hired as interior designers. Ryan Holtz has been named construction administrator. 

  • Fanning Howey Hires Four

    Fanning Howey has added four new members to it's team. Sean Costello has joined as architectural intern, Hayley Johnson (pictured) as architectural intern,  Andrew Niemann (pictured) as electrical designer and Sydney Short as electrical intern.

  • CSO Architects Announces Hires and Associates

    CSO Architects has hired two and awarded status titles to six employees. Kyle Edwards has been named graduate architect and Vic Fritz has been named project architect technician. Chrislyn Davis, Todd Decker, Vic Fritz, David Hambrock, Brad Krohn and Kurt Sivilich have been named associates of the firm.

  • InterDesign Names Executive VP

    Dan Ware has been promoted to executive vice president of InterDesign in Indianapolis. He has been practicing architecture since 1972.

  • MKM Architecture + Design Promotes Sparling

    Fort Wayne-based MKM architecture + design has promoted Matt Sparling to associate partner. He received his Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from Ball State University. Sparling joined the firm in 2008.

  • Rowland Design Appoints Principal and Associates

    Rowland Design has promoted Randy Veatch (pictured) to principal. He joined the firm in 1991 and specializes in interior design solutions for office, hospitality, residential and higher education settings. Rowland Design has also appointed two associates: Tony Allen and Paul Sinclair.

  • Elevatus Architecture Announces Project Architect

    Elevatus Architecture, formerly SchenkelShultz Fort Wayne, has promoted Todd Adams to project architect. He joined the company last year. Adams graduated from Ball State University with a Masters of Architecture in 2009.

  • Synthesis Names Project Manager

    Synthesis Inc. has hired Robert Wease as senior project manager. He has worked all over the world, including the Asa Dam Conference Center in Nigeria.

  • Rowland Design Names Associate Principal

    Indianapolis-based Rowland Design has hired Alex White to be associate principal of architecture. White previously worked as director of Architecture + Workplace at Cummins Inc.

  • Earles Architects Adds Manager

    Earles Architects and Associates in Schererville has hired Alesia Atwood as corporate account manager overseeing its commercial furniture division. She has more than 20 years of commercial furniture and design experience and previously worked at Designs 4 Interiors in New Lenox, Illinois.