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Des Moines

Surrounded by ample green space, our office is near the Des Moines Water Works Park and the Pappajohn Sculpture Park.

Careers

Design Opportunities

Driven by opportunity, we make decisions that impact not only our success but also that of our clients and partners.

team collaborating over design drawings at an office space in Los Angeles
People

Leadership

Our design leaders mentor employee-owners, counsel clients, and share their design voice in their local communities.

Eric Beron

Architect Principal

Eric Beron

AIA, LEED AP
Architect Principal
Eric works with school districts across Iowa to design schools that empower teachers and set students on a path to success. He has delivered multiple projects for Ames Community School District, Anamosa Community School District, Ankeny Community School District, and for other communities in the Midwest.

Andrew Van Leeuwen

Senior Architect Principal

Andrew Van Leeuwen

AIA, LEED AP
Senior Architect Principal
Andrew is an award-winning designer who specializes in K-12 education projects. He has a passion for creativity and solutions that positively impact learning environments today and for the future. He is driven to design innovative structures that promote community and collaboration. Andrew has worked with students, staff, and communities across the country to create inspiring designs that promote student achievement.
Work

Integrated Design

Driven by opportunity, we make decisions that impact not only our success but also that of our clients and partners.

Campus plaza at Oberlin College seen from top of the stairs looking down to walkway under 4th floor skywalk
Locations

Global Access, Local Expertise

We operate 30 offices across the United States, and several international locations to collaborate with our clients, partners, and fellow employee-owners.

Lawn with grass covered stone stepped bench seating connecting La Vista City Centre shopping district with lake

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