Every month we’ll be catching up with past 40 Under 40 honorees to see what they’ve been up to since winning the award. This month we focus on a construction manager and a healthcare designer.
AIA, LEED, EDAC
Principal and Central Region Health Leader
Cannon Design, St. Louis
Class of 2006
Recently named Principal and Central Region Health Leader of the firm. Has led innovative programs for important academic medical centers and oncology facilities, including long-range strategic campus planning programs for St. Louis’ BJC HealthCare and Washington University School of Medicine, Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Phoenix, and the Centre hospitalier de L’Université de Montréal.
Spoke on evidence-based design at the American Community Cancer Center’s national meeting and authored a related article for the Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Journal.
Twice led Cannon teams to Joplin, Mo., to assist in Rebuild Joplin: an initiative dedicated to helping families recover after the 2010 tornado. “The best part of the experience is that it doesn’t matter who is there or what their title is … everyone just jumps in to get the work done.”
Frequent participant in Exhibit A: Art by Architects, an annual charity event where custom-framed artwork is donated by notable local architects. Pro bono work for Missouri organizations includes designing a shelter for a historic cabin at the Lutheran Heritage Center & Museum in Altenburg, and preparing drawings for an addition to the Saxon Lutheran Memorial in Frohna.
OFF THE CLOCK
Enjoys spending time with her husband of 16 years, as well as her three dogs. Last year, the couple took a trip through Germany to research their family geneologies.
LEED AP BD+C
Senior Vice President, Preconstruction
Lauth Property Group, Indianapolis
Class of 2010
In 2011, was promoted to Senior VP, Preconstruction, and added BD+C designation to his LEED AP credential.
Has coordinated successful rezoning for a 1 millionsf industrial development, as well as miscellaneous retail transactions for national companies (Toys “R” Us, Hobby Lobby, Sports Authority, Homegoods, ULTA).
Elected to a four-year term on the McCordsville Town Council in November 2011; is liaison to the Redevelopment Commission. Also participates on a subcommittee of the Hancock County Economic Development Corporation, studying rail-served development sites.
Coaches 10U and 12U girls’ softball teams.
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