Lauren Blas is out to challenge some of the biggest misconceptions of the Engineering industry.
Jeff Jackson’s life story is the American dream. Although he grew up poor and lived in the “projects,” his life turned around. He joined the army, married his hometown sweetheart, rose to First Sergeant of over 200 soldiers in the Army Reserves, and today, works at CannonDesign as a leader in our federal group.
Katherine Czarnecki is the marketing manager for our healthcare practice. Learn about her day-to-day responsibilities and why she decided to choose a career in marketing.
To celebrate during our annual Environmental Awareness Week (EAW), CannonDesign hosted its first firm-wide sustainability competition. Teams of 6-10 people tracked points for their sustainable practices like taking public transit to work, composting, recycling, using re-usable containers, and minimizing printing. The competition lasted for one month and continued through the end of EAW. It was an opportunity for every CannonDesigner to be more sustainable while gaining points for their teams. 53 teams participated, representing more than 400 people across 14 offices. The winning team, the Earthwormz from the Boston office, scored a total of 1,676 points over the four weeks and was awarded – in addition to bragging rights –…
The St. Louis office sent Allison Macon down the runway in a stunning dress made from 1500 pieces of glass tile. UnRavel is an event sponsored by the IIDA that occurs in St. Louis every 2 years.
As the Executive Director of Design Strategies, David is committed to ensuring design excellence influences everything we do as a firm. Read on to learn more about David’s perspective on design, and why he thinks 2016 was our firm’s best year yet.
Architect Paul Murawski has successfully steered his career from student intern to aspiring Healthcare Planner. Learn more
Although the Olympic Games in Rio may have gotten slightly more attention, the CannonDesign Office Olympics garnered a significant amount of employee engagement. Throughout the month of August, teams across all of our offices competed in a number of physically and mentally strenuous games, including the paper toss, staple pull, step count, and the ever-challenging airplane launch. The winning teams in each office received medals (3D printed, of course) and moved on to compete at the firm-wide level. Below is a look at the Games in pictures! And congrats to the winning team of the firm-wide Olympics, team Basic Gray #1! Learn about our immediate career opportunities >
This five-day summer camp was organized by the Washington Architectural Foundation and the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital that seeks to use design and the arts to enhance STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) skills. Every day last week, a group of ten or so volunteers from architecture and engineering firms across the city arrived at the District Architecture Center to teach a group of 40 girls and boys (mostly girls) about the basics of architecture, planning, and construction. The task for the week was to build a special space for themselves that would support their hobbies and interests in a 6’x6’x6′ cube. They were taught to think through what uses their building had to…
CannonDesign’s Director of Healthcare Interiors, Jocelyn Stroupe, shares her thoughts on the interior design industry as a whole, what’s on the horizon at CannonDesign, and what inspires her.