Tag Archive for: collaboration

Illuminating Excellence: The Innovative Lighting Design of Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion

Centrally located in Indianapolis, the Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion stands tall, not just as a structure but as an example of innovative lighting design. This blog truly sheds light on the unique features designed by the Schmidt Associates engineering team that make the lighting design at the Indiana Farm Bureau Fall Creek Pavilion […]

Bringing People, Neighborhoods, and Businesses Together: A Look Inside Midtown Indy with Michael McKillip

As a 501c3 organization, Midtown Indy exists to cultivate an equitable, healthy, and sustainable community in which stakeholders of all races, incomes, and ethnicities have access to the resources that they need to thrive. Its efforts are made possible through philanthropic support of area businesses, institutions, charitable foundations, and individual stakeholders. Some of Midtown Indy’s […]

The Road to Louisville, Ky.: A Historic Revitalization in the Heart of Paristown

In 2020, two architectural powerhouses, Arrasmith, Judd, Rapp, Chovan, Inc. (AJRC) and Schmidt Associates, joined forces, setting the stage for a transformative journey. Mere months before the global shutdowns, the merger birthed a new entity, an extension of Schmidt Associates in Louisville, Ky., with a shared vision of becoming a regional leader in architecture, engineering, […]

Communicating Effectively: A Conversation with Project Manager/Associate Jen Carroll, AIA

Early in her architecture career, Project Manager/Associate Jen Carroll had a “rubber meets the road” experience that taught her the art of project management and the importance of being aware of the bigger picture with complex design projects. Since then, she’s been thoughtfully leading internal and external teams with sharp attention to detail and keen […]

Advancing Engineering Education: Unveiling the E.S. Witchger School of Engineering Building

According to Conexus Indiana, ongoing engineering and advanced manufacturing talent shortages in the state are resulting in a staggering $6.8B in lost tax revenue. As a top 30 regional Midwest university and a top 5 Best Value and Most Innovative University, Marian University is poised to address the challenge, creating the E.S. Witchger School of […]

The Power of Relationships: A Q&A with Patrick Grap

In the AEC world, establishing relationships long before the design process occurs is paramount for building trust and long-standing relationships with clients. While it’s fair to say that everybody in the industry is doing it, very few have mastered the art of relationship building quite like Engineering Project Manager Patrick Grap. With an Associate of […]

Reviving the Legacy: How a Neighborhood Was Changed Through Education

On Indianapolis’ Near Eastside, the P.R. Mallory factory is a place steeped in history. For half a century, this iconic site was home to pioneers in electronics, electro-chemistry, and metallurgy. However, as the years passed, the factory was closed and fell into disrepair. The building is an anchor landmark for the neighborhood, and its renovation […]

The Midway Point: Progress Continues on Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital and Research Centre’s New Karachi Facility

For several decades, Schmidt Associates has maintained a working partnership with The Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (SKMHRC) in Pakistan. Spearheaded by distinguished physicians Nausherwan Burki, Faisal Sultan, and Aasim Yusaf, the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital and Research Centre has taken the lead in establishing a network of cutting-edge cancer treatment facilities across […]

Improving your Business Through Office Design

Have you ever noticed that walking into some office spaces fills you with a sense of energy and excitement while others make you want to curl up and take a nap? Good design can help engage employees and create an environment that makes them more excited to come to work every day. Studies show that […]

Leadership Moment for July

Those moments when something sweet pops up unexpectedly carry us through a lot of mire sometimes. There is a place inside us that knows life holds such treasure. We would all work ourselves to the bone to produce it if we could, but that kind of wealth is not a product, it’s a by-product. One […]