March 31, 2015
DENVER, CO, March 31, 2015 – The Denver-based firm has added two full-time employees, bringing the firm's total to 41 employees. The two designers joined Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture to immediately contribute their expertise on current projects.
Sarah recently came to Denver by way of Los Angeles. Though she enjoyed the big city, she was looking for the right place to settle down with her little family—which she found here in Denver and at BRS. Some of Sarah’s passions include meeting new people, visiting new places and seeing new things—an explorer at heart, her dream is to road trip from the U.S. and Canada up to Alaska and visit every state and National Park. When Sarah isn’t karate chopping her way through the architecture realm, she can be found throwing a mean dinner party and/or baking excellent fruit pies.
A fanatic of Ohio State Football and Jazzercise, Kristin brings a whole new meaning to ‘put some pep in your step.’ She is a volunteer for the CAL project—the Denver Architectural Foundation’s flagship program that introduces architecture into the classroom as a tool to help connect Denver Public School students with the built community. Some of Kristin’s strongest traits include avoiding first week pranks at BRS and being allergic to Penicillin. When she isn’t busy being an architecture guru, she’s probably tackling a 14er, skiing, or making her beloved coworkers some candied buckeyes.
About Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture
Through a fun, passionate and people-inspired process, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture designs lively, purposeful buildings and places that draw people together. Earning more than 75 design awards, BRS has completed projects for more than 200 communities in 40 states across the U.S. With offices in Denver and Dallas, the firm is dedicated to designing places that build community, including recreation facilities, wellness and active-aging centers, field houses, aquatic centers, park structures, ball fields, clubhouses, water parks, resorts, libraries, city halls, cultural centers, and related facilities and master plans.
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