Treanor Housing/Mixed-Use Blog/News

We are TreanorHL

2016-08-08 Posted By: Patty Weaver

Effective August 8, 2016, we are excited to announce our company name: TreanorHL.

“We considered several options during the renaming process—options ranging from a brand new name to keeping one of our current names—in the end we wanted to respect the nature of who we are,” said Dan Rowe, TreanorHL president and chief executive officer. “Our new name respects the long histories of both Treanor Architects and H+L Architecture while reflecting the aspirations of the new firm.”

The merger was announced in January 2016. Since then, leadership has united the firm by incorporating best practices and shaping focused studios based on the areas of expertise.

“A merger is announced in a singular moment, but the act of merging is an ongoing effort,” said Scott Kuehn, TreanorHL chief operating officer. “We have diligently combined our firms, working to maintain the best practices in project management and design. Because of our shared values and client-centered practice the process has gone well and our studios are a natural evolution of our practice.”

TreanorHL will continue to focus on areas of expertise and thought leadership, allowing us to provide the best solutions for each of our client’s specific needs. We have specialized Studios in design for advanced industries, education, healthcare, housing/mixed-use, justice, preservation, science and technology, and student life.

“While our name has evolved, our commitment to our clients, our communities, and our employees remains the same,” said Kuehn. “This strategic growth allows us to focus on our passion, such as healthcare, education, and advanced industries, while offering new services to the Denver and Colorado Springs communities.”

 

Three Treanor Designed Buildings Listed as Highest-Rated LEED Certified Buildings in the St. Louis Area

2016-04-27 Posted By: Patty Weaver

Three Treanor-designed buildings were recently recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal in The List: Highest-Rated LEED-Certified Buildings. This list ranked LEED-certified local* buildings by the percentage of USGBC LEED standards met. 

  • Sheet Metal Workers AFL-CIO Local 36 Union Hall took first on the list meeting 89.86% of the LEED Platinum standards. 
  • Staples Promtional Products tied with two other buildings for seventh on the list meeting 76.36% of the LEED Platinum standards. 
  • Page Business Center was listed 17th on the list meeting 65.57% of the LEED Gold standards. 

* Local is defined by the St. Louis Business Journal as St. Louis, St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Franklin, Washington and Jefferson counties and the city of St. Louis in Missouri; and St. Clair, Madison, Jersey, Clinton, Calhoun, Macoupin, Bond and Monroe counties in Illinois.

Sheet Metal Workers AFL-CIO Local 36 Union Hall ranked #1 on St. Louis Business Journal's Highest-Rated LEED-Certified Buildings list.Sheet Metal Workers AFL-CIO Local 36 Union Hall ranked #1 on St. Louis Business Journal's Highest-Rated LEED-Certified Buildings list.
Page Business Center ranked #17 on St. Louis Business Journal's Highest-Rated LEED-Certified Buildings list.Page Business Center ranked #17 on St. Louis Business Journal's Highest-Rated LEED-Certified Buildings list.

This team needs you!

2015-12-09 Posted By: Birgitta Reynolds
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We are searching for a Senior Project Manager to join this amazing team.We are searching for a Senior Project Manager to join this amazing team.