N to the C to the IDQ


Congratulations to Andrea Brundis for passing her NCIDQ exams.

NCIDQ Certification is the industry's recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles and a designer's commitment to the profession. Professional interior designers who possess the NCIDQ Certification have distinguished themselves by demonstrating a specific set of core competencies, supported by verified work experience and a college degree. 

C.H.I.L.I. M.O.N.D.A.Y.

Mmmmmmm.... chili!

Mmmmmmm.... chili!

Many offices have days were staff bring in food to share, but do those days include and incredibly long and torturous acronym? Probably not, but ours did. Today was CHILI MONDAY which stands for Cooking Hot Interesting Lunches Ingested (on a) Monday of November (or) December Almost Yearly. Beat that congressional bill writers.

Thanks to Steve Troester, Roy Bilyk, Sherry Agee, Jason Tippie, Kaitlyn Guerreiro and Bruce Wagar for bringing the heat.


Some of the chilis brought for the cook-off.


WOW! What a Museum and Aquarium!


It's taken a few years but the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri has opened. The 350,000 GSF cultural destination features world-class exhibits focusing on conservation and hunting. PGAV is proud to have been a key architectural partner in developing the design of the museum and aquarium. To learn more about the grand opening, read the Springfield News-Leader story here.


Lenexa Public Market featured in Food & Wine


Food & Wine featured the Lenexa Public Market recently.

This week, inside a new, 200-acre complex that includes Lenexa's city hall, a new recreation center, housing and ample green space, locals are catching their first glimpse of the new Lenexa Public Market. Located on the first floor of city hall, the market is designed not merely to be a destination for food, but also a gathering spot for the community.

You can read the entire story by clicking here.