It is with great pleasure that we get to announce the promotion of David Islas to Project Manager at Convergence Architecture! David joined Convergence in 2014 as our first payroll employee and a Portland State [...]
TriMet Powell, the eastern bus maintenance and operations facility, was built in the 1970s as a temporary facility while TriMet's Center Street facility underwent extensive upgrading and renovation. After the conclusion of the Center Street [...]
By Crystal Glanz-Kreutz|2020-07-20T20:36:02+00:00July 17th, 2020|Categories: Projects|Comments Off on Construction Progress of the TriMet Powell Fuel and Wash Building
Written by Christa Holden I thought we would explore some ideas about crossing disciplines to better understand the world as a whole. As we already know, architecture plays a major roll in our lives. It [...]
One aspect of our practice is collaborating on large, engineering heavy projects. We made this video to help promote our firm and the work that we've done in partnership with engineering firms and [...]
Written by Crystal Glanz-Kreutz Desk Bling? It may sound a little silly, but what I'm referring to isn't a bedazzled desktop or sequin encrusted monitors; it's all the little mementos and such that people [...]
Written by Crystal Glanz-Kreutz In October 2019, I was able to attend an event at the AIA of Portland called: "Making the Financial Case for Net Zero". The event was a part of Sustainable Building [...]
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