Schmidt Associates Welcomes Louisville Architecture Firm

Joining forces means expanded services and support for clients and the community Schmidt Associates announced today that it has welcomed the team at Arrasmith in Louisville, Ky., into the firm. Arrasmith’s experience in healthcare—including university lab, hospital, and medical research facility design—will support the joined firm’s Healthcare Studio. Full-service healthcare architecture and engineering is now […]

Q&A Session with Denise Sallee, Accounting Assistant

Fast Facts About Denise Discipline: Accounting Hometown: Terre Haute, IN Education: Indiana Business College (Harrison College) Favorite Lunch Spot: The Watering Hole   From the infectious smile to the sassy attitude, Denise Sallee, Accounting Assistant, brings much joy and laughter to Schmidt Associates. Tell us about your background. I grew up in the woods in […]

Jumping into a New Decade

Our Year in Review Every December, it’s amazing to look back at the past year and see everything we’ve helped our clients, employees, and community accomplish. We kicked off new projects and celebrated grand opening ribbon cuttings. We welcomed new employees to the Schmidt Associates family and honored those who’ve spent their careers with us. […]

Q&A Session with Andrew Eckrich, Energy Engineer

Fast Facts About Andrew Discipline: Mechanical Engineering, Clean Energy Engineering Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN Education: University of Dayton Favorite Movie: Shawshank Redemption     From international adventures to playing banjo around the campfire, Andrew Eckrich, graduate engineer, has an eclectic array of hobbies—including an inherited bouncy ball collection! When did you decide you wanted to […]

Q&A Session with Jessica Suttle, Graduate Landscape Architect

Fast Facts About Jessica Discipline: Landscape Architecture Hometown: Centerville, OH Education: The Ohio State University, Ball State University Podcast Currently Listening to: The Model Health Show     She got married on a mountain in Costa Rica, and her itch to travel takes her far and wide. It’s no surprise that Graduate Landscape Architect Jessica […]

Q&A Session with Eric Wolf, Field Manager

Fast Facts About Eric Discipline: Construction Administration Hometown: Logansport, IN Education: Purdue University Who He’d Pick to Play Himself in a Movie: Robert Redford     From a construction site to a campground, Eric Wolf, construction delivery field manager, feels most at home outside and surrounded by nature. What drew you to engineering and construction? Construction […]

Q&A Session with Bob Ross, Civil Designer

Fast Facts About Bob Discipline: Engineering Hometown: Valparaiso, IN Education: Trine University Favorite Movie: The Sandlot     As Bob Ross, civil designer, designs parking lots and detention ponds for Owners, he daydreams of visiting every ballpark in the country. Learn more about him below! Where did you grow up? I grew up in “The […]

Q&A Session with Brad Wallace

Fast Facts About Brad Discipline: Engineering Hometown: Lebanon, IN Education: ITT Technical Institute Favorite Place on Mass Ave: Bru Burger or Condado     Brad Wallace, senior HVAC mechanical designer, is a country boy at heart. He’s an open book and is almost constantly smiling. Learn more about him. Where did you grow up? I […]

Our Back-to-School Memories

With design studios in both K-12 and higher education, back-to-school season is a busy and exciting time for our team. This year, some of our staff members reminisced on their favorite grade-school memories. Read their sweet, funny, and surprising stories below!   Laura Hardin – Senior Interior Designer What made school the most memorable was […]

What We Love About Living in Indianapolis

Affordability, walkability, excitability—Indianapolis has something to offer everyone.     It’s no longer a secret that Indianapolis is one of the country’s best places to live at any stage of life. From Gen Z college grads looking for new opportunities, to millennials starting families and buying their first homes, to retirees wanting to return to […]