Posts Tagged ‘construction’

Fort Worth Urbanity

This is an interesting video of a local WFAA newscast from one of my projects.  The West 7th development is a new, vibrant part of the downtown Fort Worth urban scene.  This phase consists of 96 market rate units in four stories above a podium with retail at the first floor.


03 2011


Design Intelligence posted an interesting article last week concerning mentoring, and its evolution within the ever-changing nature of our profession.  The author, Mr. Stewart (an associate principal with Perkins+Will) makes a thoughtful analysis of the evolution of the practice of mentoring in architecture and how technology has put distance between the different levels of experience within the firm, inhibiting the mentoring process.  As a result, Mr. Stewart argues what is “desperately needed is the recommitment of every leader throughout the profession to re-instill the culture of mentorship that is fundamental to the profession.”  He goes on to say that “You can initiate creation of an internal mentoring program to augment your professional development program.” Read the rest of this entry →


03 2011