We have a series of blog posts where each person here at Convergence shares an image that influenced/ inspired them to join the architecture/ design field. The image can be whatever strikes the person’s fancy- [...]
Written by Crystal Glanz-Kreutz The Portland Building. Such an iconic a building that it is named after our city. It’s not the Graves Building, the Postmodern Building, or even the Portlandia Building… it is [...]
Written by Adam Robins It is commonly understood that architects design buildings, but architects are also often involved al the way through construction to evaluate contractor suggestions, answer questions, and ensure the project is ultimately [...]
By Crystal Glanz-Kreutz|2020-12-04T23:26:50+00:00November 20th, 2020|Categories: Projects|Comments Off on Completion of the TriMet Powell Fuel and Wash Building
Written by Maria Rojas Since the release of the AIA Guides, as a firm, we have implemented it as part of our monthly educational presentations. Reviewing each chapter and utilizing their methodology to better understand [...]
By Crystal Glanz-Kreutz|2020-08-17T17:09:00+00:00September 18th, 2020|Categories: Community, People|Comments Off on A Firm Education – AIA Guides for Equitable Practice: Introduction
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