Designers should embrace an expanded role in aquatic wildlife restoration to link our natural and built environments, benefitting multiple species and better connecting people to nature. When thinking about ecological assets, the freshwater mussel should be at the forefront of the discussion.
This summer, we welcomed Shanice Lam to our team for an urban design internship. A recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s Architecture program, Shanice came to Pittsburgh from Hong Kong with thorough green building knowledge and an interest in working with communities and educational institutions.
We are excited for Shanice Lam and Shuyler McAuliff to join our team for the summer as our 2022 design interns. They will contribute to a range of projects from mapping, transportation, and architecture & urban design.
Montana’s first LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED ND) Gold project is a new neighborhood designed to enable affordable and sustainable living and has earned a Gold level certification under the LEED V4 rating system. evolveEA served as architect and LEED consultant.
In the new year, our office is growing and evolving with new people, appointments, and achievements that enhance our capacity to positively impact environments and communities! Ashley Cox is promoted to an Associate, Andrew Forney joins our team, and Christine Mondor joins the AIA Pittsburgh Board of Directors.