Welcome, Jacob Chavez!

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Grinsfelder Associates would like to welcome Jacob Chavez to our team!  After interning with us for three consecutive summers, Jacob joined us full-time this summer after completing his Masters of Architecture at Ball State University.  Jacob’s responsibilities will include design, production, and client interaction.  Jacob has also studied landscape design and will utilize that knowledge to assist with required landscaping layouts throughout the office.  Jacob is working to complete the necessary requirements to complete the Architectural Registration Exam, the testing required to become a licensed Architect.  Welcome back to the team, Jacob!  We’re thrilled to have you!

Maple Leaf Farms to feed workers

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From the Journal Gazette:


“Maple Leaf Farms is partnering with chefs and meal organizations to help feed furloughed employees and front-line health care workers.  The company, based in Leesburg, said Wednesday it has donated thousands of pounds of duck products to give back to its food-service customers affected by the pandemic.  ‘Chefs across the country have stepped up to prepare nutritious meals with duck legs, duck breast and roast half duck for those in need,’ a news release said.  Maple Leaf Farms also plans to donate 10% of its e-commerce sales to furloughed and front-line personnel.”


Thank you Maple Leaf Farms for your service to the community during these difficult times!!!

Welcome Back Jacob Chavez!

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We at Grinsfelder Associates Architects are pleased to announce that Jacob Chavez is back for his third summer interning with us! Jacob is currently working on his Masters in Architecture from Ball State University, and will graduate in the Spring of 2020. Join us in welcoming back Jacob to our firm!

Welcome Megan Roller!

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Grinsfelder Associates would like to introduce our newest employee, Office Manager Megan Roller! Megan has a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology from Indiana University. She comes to us by way of the south side of Indianapolis, in the Center Grove area. Please help us welcome Megan to the team!

All Paws & Claws Ribbon Cutting!

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We are excited to announce that construction of the new All Paws & Claws facility in Angola, Indiana is finally complete!  Please join us for the ribbon cutting at the new facility this Friday, June 15, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.  The new state-of-the-art facility is located at 2005 N. Wayne St. in Angola.  We hope to see you there!


Courtroom 107 Expansion

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Grinsfelder Associates was pleased to work with Judges Nancy Boyer, Stanley Levine, and Frances Gull on the expansion and renovation of Courtroom 107 in the Allen County Courthouse.  Find out more about this important project for Allen County’s judicial system here.

American Landmaster Grand Opening

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Grinsfelder Associates Architects was pleased to be part of the grand opening ceremony of the new American Landmaster facility in Columbia City, Indiana.  Visit their new showroom to see their collection of available UTVs and power sport vehicles.

Welcome Cody Rowe!

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Grinsfelder Associates is pleased to welcome Code Rowe to our team.  Having recently relocated from Florida, Cody will be assisting our team with design and production.  Cody’s background includes experience in AutoCAD, Revit, and Adobe Illustrator, as well as a couple years working in the construction industry.  Welcome to the team, Cody!

Allen County Courthouse Courtroom Receives Makeover

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Ed Welling is very pleased to have been a part of the much-needed renovation and expansion project for the first floor courtroom of the Allen Superior Court, located within the Allen County Courthouse.  The courtroom has doubled in size while also providing accessibility for citizens with disabilities.  In addition, the courtroom has received numerous technological upgrades while maintaining the historical integrity of the building.  Please read more about the renovated and expanded facility in the link below.


Journal Gazette:  Courtroom Receives Makeover

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