the i/A blog

  • #TeamIntegrity

    Here’s the thing. The architectural profession is incredibly complicated.  Our first priority has nothing to do with designing pretty buildings, doing drawings, building models, or any of those fun types of things.  First and foremost it’s about the health and safety of people.  It’s also about responsibility, the organization of countless pieces and parts, paperwork, […]
  • what’s new?

    Well it’s Monday – and rather than get started on work I’d rather share with you a LITTLE bit about what we’re working on… and where we’re working on it… With a whole bunch of projects in construction, we’re finding ourselves spread to every corner of the state… Owensboro, Benton, Pikeville… but we’re also in places […]
  • don’t do it, mr. demille

    We did some things… To be fair – you can hardly blame us.  It’s been several years since we last had a photographer in the house to pretty us up and do some nice headshots.  But if I’m being honest – yes, we had way too much fun with it. I should clarify, Mr. Lee […]

    i/A is seeking qualified applicants for a new, full-time, Construction Administrator position: Position Details: • Minimum 10 years of experience • Accredited Architectural Degree, Architectural Construction degree, or Building Construction degree preferred • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills • Must have experience with and knowledge of current trends in industry software and processes […]
  • life+music

    Asbury University’s Akers Auditorium has finally been completed.  The renovation of the historic space took time – and a lot of energy and hard work from a lot of people – but it recently heard its very first performance under a new name – the Jameson Recital Hall (which is technically still part of “Akers […]
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