arcDESIGN Promotes Three to Associate

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Brian Hostetler and Kari Funston Brian Hostetler and Kari Funston

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. His expertise is in the QA/QC and construction administration phase. Hostetler has led the construction of projects ranging from $1,000,000 to $80,000,000. He graduated from Ball State University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design. Notable projects include Indiana University Briscoe Quad renovation, Ben Davis High School addition and Indiana University Read Hall renovation.

Miller joined the arcDESIGN office in 2007. He focuses in renovation/historic preservation, university and religious design. Significant projects include Indiana State University’s Normal Hall and Fine Arts Buildings, Hazel Dell Christian Church and Plainfield Christian Church. Miller graduated from Purdue University and Ball State University. In 1989, he received an Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Illustrations and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Purdue University. Miller then graduated from Ball State University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Architecture.

And Funston joined the firm in 2009 as leader of its interior design team. She has more than 13 years of experience and has recently contributed to the success of projects such as Ascension Health Administration Building Relocation, Indiana State University Normal Hall and Fine Arts Building projects. In 2004, Funston received a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Interior Design with a minor in Construction Management and Business Administration from Central Michigan University. She received her NCIDQ Certification in October 2007 and became a LEED Accredited Professional in June 2009.

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