Holland Basham Architects (HBA) has recently promoted eight employees to company Associate. This promotion supports HBA’s recent introduction of a professional development structure established to prepare the next generation of HBA leaders as the firm expands to accommodate an increased workload.
Carlos Cabrera-Escalier, Associate AIA, joined HBA in 1999 and has been involved with projects for Union Pacific and Bank of the West. He is currently working on Cabela’s retail stores. Kurt Cisar, Associate AIA, joined HBA in 2005 and has designed the Gallup facility in Lincoln and UNO Scott Court. He is currently working with America First Real Estate Group on the design of the $40 million UNL mixed-use facility. Zac Fredrickson, Associate AIA, joined HBA in 2007 and was involved with the renovation and expansion of Project Harmony. Currently Zac is working on additional development for Midtown Crossing at Turner Park. Since joining HBA 22 years ago, Gary Greckel, Associate AIA, has worked on projects for Mahoney State Park and Creighton University. He is currently working on the Marian Performing Arts Center and various Cabela’s retail stores. Megan Jarosz, AIA, is a registered professional architect and joined HBA in 2009. She is currently managing the construction of a Cabela’s Outpost retail store in Saginaw, MI, and she recently completed the Outpost store in Union Gap, WA. Brad Jungman, Associate AIA, has been with HBA for seven years and has designed projects for Alegent Creighton Health and Creighton University Medical Center. Currently he is working on the Deere and Company Harvester World Headquarters in Moline, IL and the Lockwood Development headquarters at Sterling Ridge. Since joining HBA in 2005, Todd Moeller, AIA, has designed several projects including the Omaha Food Bank, UNO Roskens Hall and L14 Flats. Todd is currently working on the design for the UNO Community Engagement Center, as well as Sterling Ridge. Melissa Vanderpool, IIDA, has been with HBA for five years and managed the interior design for UNO Mammel Hall and the Element Hotel. Melissa is currently working on the UNO Community Engagement Center and the Valmont Training Facility in Valley, NE.
Holland Basham Architects (HBA) is an Omaha-based firm, founded in 1989 by Timothy F. Holland and J. Keith Basham. In addition there are four partners/shareholders: Steve Kuzelka, Susan Seidel, Curt Witzenburg and Tom Zuk. HBA provides architectural, planning and interior design services locally and nationally. Holland Basham Architects is located at 119 South 49th Avenue in the renovated, former Beth El Synagogue.
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