Every one of our projects reflects our core values of community engagement and public stewardship. We design facilities that make cities, states, and counties operate better and more efficiently, while involving stakeholders early and often, and respecting the taxpayer's public trust. Whether completing a renovation, new construction, preservation, or adaptive reuse, we deliver timeless designs that are innovative, secure, responsive, and age with grace.
Cindy A. McCleary, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Cindy has focused her 18-year career on public and educational architecture. An expert in visioning and consensus building, she is particularly adept at guiding and facilitating special interest groups, public sector clients and multiple stakeholders to realize strategically driven results. Her experience as a programmer and planner of public and academic libraries, civic and educational facilities, city halls, police, fire and community buildings, courts, law enforcement and police-forensic facilities has earned her a reputation for advanced thinking and strategically-driven design processes.
Chris M. Rupert, AICP, LEED AP
Director of Planning
With more than 15 years of experience planning and designing projects for healthcare, education and government, Chris has helped many of our clients realize their project visions. She has planned projects of all sizes, including medical clinics, libraries and law-enforcement complexes. She frequently works with regional and federal agencies, national guard units and universities, and her work includes the St. Joseph Recreation Center and the Lied Scottsbluff Public Library Addition and Renovation.
From small feasibility studies to complete master plans for 10,000+ acres, Chris enjoys the process of drawing out a client’s vision for the future and collaborating to create a roadmap to make their vision a reality. She brings an inquisitive approach to every interaction, as well as good humor and her signature laugh.