As 100% learning environment specialists, our structural engineering team has more experience designing school storm shelters than your average practitioner and are confident in providing the right solution to any educational facility storm shelter.
Students, faculty, administrators, Board of Education and the community members gathered this month to officially cut the ribbon on this year’s Learnscape at Shawnee Mission School District’s Sunflower Elementary School.
Following his retirement from public education, Bob joined us as Educational Operations Director. In this role, he works with our architects and designers, offering client perspectives and goes out into the schools we serve to help their facilities staff understand their buildings and operations.
Stacie is a perfect fit for Hollis + Miller’s marketing team as a CRM Analyst, managing a large database of stats and stories. Stacie’s love of storytelling comes in handy, as she has the privilege of writing and sharing our educational partners’ success stories.
You know what’s great about working where I do? You can go up to the roof and look out-- in any direction-- and all around you are unique, thriving neighborhoods. Power and Light, The Crossroads, the River Market – all of these places hum with their own excited energy. But amidst the activity lies [...]
With Jeffco Public Schools’ initiative to transition sixth grade into middle school, Summit Ridge needed more space, but more importantly, the school’s administrators and teachers wanted to incorporate collaborative learning in a way that every Summit Ridge student could benefit.
Armed with generators, power saws, 27.1 tons of rock and, of course, gallons and gallons of water, our entire team shut down the office for two days and pulled on their gloves and got to moving earth, cutting boards and hauling rocks to make Learnscape 2018 come to life.