Three new Associates at BRS

January 4, 2018

DENVER, CO, [2018.01.04] – As part of the Denver-based firm’s strategy for providing clients with the highest level of service through expert design and project management, BRS is recognizing Caitlin Milligan, Lisa Jorgenson and Melissa King as employees of integrity who embody the firm's values of Trust, Respect, Affection and Confidence; and who have the experience, job skills and ethical awareness to work well with fellow employees and fulfill their job description in an exemplary manner.

Meet our newest Associates!

Caitlin Milligan, Designer
During her time at BRS, Caitlin has brought her design talents and passion for details to bear on complex historical renovations for the National Park Service in Sandy Hook and Staten Island, tenant improvement projects for developers and the Government Service Administration, and recreation centers like the Lewisville Multigenerational Recreation Center. Caitlin also helps project teams with her expertise in contracts, works on our 401k committee to put our money in the right places, and has volunteered with the Cleworth Architectural Legacy (CAL) Program developed by the Denver Architectural Foundation to bring design education into Denver Public Schools.

Lisa Jorgenson, AIA, Designer
In addition to being a valuable addition to our design team on projects like the SSPRD Golf Course Clubhouse Renovation, Eaton Area Community Center, and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science; Lisa has been a leader for our BRS volunteer programs. She has donated time and talent to the Hearts & Hammers program to build a house in Golden, CO, and the CAL Program working with students at the Girls Athletic Leadership Schools Middle School.

Melissa King, Design Manager
Out of our Dallas office, Melissa has been instrumental in providing clients with excellent service alongside excellent design on projects like The Marq Southlake, Southlake Tennis Center, and the Grapevine Community Outreach Center. Internally, she works with our BIM Committee to advance our practice with the newest technologies.

Thank you all for your dedication to BRS, our clients, and the communities we serve!


About Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture
Through a fun, passionate and people-inspired process, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture designs buildings and places that bring people together. Earning more than 95 design awards, BRS has completed projects for more than 225 communities in 42 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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