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Sarah Killingsworth featured on The Young Architect Podcast

In this interview, Sarah talks about where her career went after architecture school. She discusses working in an organization that focuses on K-12 public education buildings, and how that work connects to the communities that she works in. Sarah also talks about the architecture licensing exams and the challenges and biases inherent in them. Listen in to the episode to hear Sarah talk about educating and encouraging young architects, licensing exams, and what Sarah would like to see changed in architecture culture.

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Mezio Zangirolami, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP hired as Senior Designer in EYP's Houston office.

Mezio Zangirolami, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, brings more than 20 years of architecture and healthcare planning experience to his position as a Senior Designer in EYP’s Houston office. He is responsible for leading the architectural design process, integrating multi-disciplinary project teams, ensuring design excellence, and building client partnerships. Mezio will leverage his vast pediatric and children’s health expertise to expand and strengthen the firm’s award-winning healthcare practice.

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VLK Architects Recognized for Performance, Growth, Culture, and Design in 2019

Earning numerous awards in 2019, VLK Architects was once again recognized among the top architecture firms in the State of Texas and the nation by the A/E/C industry and the business community. With five offices across Texas, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston, Austin, and El Paso, VLK received honors for performance, growth, and firm culture by several organizations including Inc. Magazine, Architectural Record, and PSMJ Resources.

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On Aug. 22, 2019, representatives from Bautex Systems and Masa Studio Architects led a tour of Gracewood’s new community center.

On Aug. 22, 2019, Bautex Systems’ Chris Leonard, Paul Brown and Gretchen Kliafas with Emily Ledbetter, project manager from Masa Studio Architects, were joined by more than 50 architects, engineers, general contractors and community leaders for a tour of Gracewood’s new community center. The new, 15,000 sq. ft. community center is one of the most flood and wind resistant buildings currently under construction in Harris County.