Tag Archive for: AIA

Celebrating Accomplishments: How the Schmidt Associates Team Reaped Success in 2023

“Great things in business are never done by one person; they’re done by a team of people.” -Steve Jobs Every day at Schmidt Associates, we are reminded of Jobs’ words. We understand that success is built on the foundation of outstanding teams. Thinking about 2023, we’re filled with pride over the incredible accomplishments of our […]

Embracing DEI: A Conversation with Human Resources Manager| Associate Parveen Tai

With an unwavering commitment to fostering an inclusive workplace, Parveen Tai is a dedicated champion of DEI initiatives. Her passion for creating a harmonious and equitable work environment extends beyond mere rhetoric. She exudes and ingrains these principles within the organizational culture and effectively translates them to benefit both our valued employees and clients. Parveen’s […]

Steven K. Alspaugh Elevated to AIA’s College of Fellows

Associate Steven K. Alspaugh, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C® has been elevated to the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) College of Fellows for his efforts toward making the profession a part of an ever-increasing service to society. AIA Fellows receive this esteemed membership honor for their exceptional work and contributions to the profession of architecture and […]

Look Up

With the recent launch of Look Up, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) is working “to reconnect the public with architecture and position new generations of architects as catalysts of growth and visionaries for renewal.” Since its inception, Schmidt Associates has a legacy of active AIA generational involvement whose roots lie in servant leadership, a […]

50 Letters From Architects: Our Contribution

It is good to dream about what could make our city a better place. When the American Institute of Architects (AIA)-Indianapolis invited Schmidt Associates to write letters to Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, we happily accepted the invitation to provide one page of big or small ideas to improve the urban built environment for Indianapolis — […]