SIUC Interior Design Alumni Student Mixer

By: Allison Littman

Fox Architects’ Janet Paley and Dani Sheley attended last night’s Interior Design mixer hosted by SIUC. The event took place on the rooftop of the Moonrise Hotel, and celebrated the newest class of graduating seniors in the Interior Design program. It was a fun night, and our interior designers are already counting down the days to next year’s event!

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Ranken Manufacturing Incubator Receives $2M Grant

By: Zach Foppe

Ranken Technical College has received a $2.35 million grant to build the manufacturing incubator designed by Fox Architects. The facility will train the next generation of the manufacturing workforce, and will generate $4 million annually in products and services for local businesses. We look forward to attending the upcoming groundbreaking next month.

Click HERE for more information regarding this exciting project.

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Adnan Omeragic Named Associate

By: John Berendzen

Adnan Omeragic has been named Associate at Fox Architects. Since joining Fox in 2014, Adnan’s management skills in business development and operations, and his active participation in multiple community organizations, have been instrumental to the firm’s success.


 

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Fox Celebrates the Eclipse

By: Bob Dunn

With filtered glasses in hand, the Fox team enjoyed the eclipse! We hope you were also able to enjoy today’s spectacular show. Now back to work, team.

The team tries out their filtered lenses on the 3rd floor of the Gateway Tower.

Zach poses with his umbrella on the 3rd floor of the Gateway Tower.

The eclipse is picture-perfect!

Denise, Kelly, and Christy take in the eclipse from South City!

 

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Fox Selected for Museum of Transportation Master Plan

By: Allison Littman

It’s official! Fox Architects and SWT Design have been selected by the Museum of Transportation to design a new Master Plan. The museum houses one of the largest and best collections of transportation vehicles in the world, and it is an honor to have been selected for this opportunity.

Did you know that Fox’s relationship with the museum spans nearly 20 years? John Berendzen, Managing Partner of Fox Architects, shares his thoughts on the museum:

“The Fox Architects team has developed a strong attachment to this museum. Our own children and grandchildren have enjoyed learning about the rich history of transportation so close to home.”

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Interior Design Team Takes Racine

By: Allison Littman

Fox Architects’ Interior Designers Denise Fuehne and  Dani Sheley traveled to both Racine and Chicago this week for the InSinkErator Headquarters project. They presented furniture selections to the team, and visited the iconic Merchandise Mart to see everything up close! It was a productive trip, and we can’t wait to see how it comes together.

 

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Every Rolla Road Trip Should End with Pie

By: Amanda Sullivan

Bob Dunn and Allison Littman hit the road last week to visit our friends at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri. The 2 hour drive was remarkably scenic, and full of hilarious banter between driver and passenger. Their first stop was at Rolla-favorite Alex’s Pizza Palace, followed by a meeting on campus. They rounded out their trip with a visit to the highly recommended  A Slice of Pie, and returned to the office with 2 outrageously delicious pies for an official “Friday Pie-day” celebration. It was a very sweet day indeed!

 


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Fox Architects at the InSinkErator Groundbreaking

By: Denise Fuehne

Representatives of Fox Architects attended the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new InSinkErator headquarters yesterday. Managing Partner John Berendzen and Alen Basic sported hard hats and shovels for the event, and even snagged a photo-op with InSinkErator President Chad Severson! A job well done gentlemen.

Pictured from left to right: John Berendzen, Chad Severson, and Alen Basic sporting hard hats and shovels

 

It’s official!

 

The site is coming together. Construction will be commencing shortly!

 


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New Additions to the Fox Architects Team

By: Allison Littman

Summer is off to a fantastic start at Fox! We’ve welcomed three new employees to the team; Dani Sheley, NCIDQ, Matthew Turk, and Zach Zhang. Get to know a little bit more about our new additions below:

Dani Sheley, NCIDQ joined Fox Architects this month as an Interior Designer. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale in 2013, and previously worked at 2 commercial furniture dealers as an Interior Designer and Project Manager.

 

Matthew Turk joined Fox Architects last month as a Summer Intern. He is studying Architectural Technology at Ranken Techinical College where he also serves as an Architectural Technology Department Tutor, and earned an Associates of Science in Building Information Modeling from the International Academy of Design and Technology. Matthew is a Marine Corps Veteran, and is currently working on Fox’s InSinkErator Headquarters project.

 

Zach Zhang joined Fox Architects last month as a Summer Intern. He attends Washington University in St. Louis, and is studying for a Master of Architecture degree. He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Urban Planning from Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China, and is currently working on data center and manufacturing projects.

 


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Adnan Omeragic, Architect

By: Elise Novak

1…2…3 in a row! That’s right, Fox Architects’ own Adnan Omeragic has successfully completed his Architect Registration Examinations and is now a licensed Architect in the state of Missouri. Now THAT is how we like to start the week. Bravo Adnan!


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