Angelo Architects welcomes architect Kattie Casebolt, AIA.
Kattie is involved with several new projects, including renovations to a 26,000 sf office for S&ME in Charlotte, and a 51,000 sf renovation for a Roses store in Greensboro.
Angelo Architects welcomes new intern architect Freddie McKenzie.
His first few projects included renovations at the main library for Mecklenburg County, renovations at the Federal Reserve Bank in uptown Charlotte, and renovations for the School Health Department (administrative home for nurses that are located in all Mecklenburg County schools) for there new home in the Hal Marshall Annex in uptown Charlotte..
Angelo Architects is moving from 717 S. Torrence Street to 11440 Carmel Commons Blvd., Suite 105, Charlotte, 28226. After 7 years of being in this mid-town location, the time
Angelo Architects will share an oversized lease space with Scope Architectural Consulting, PC. The 2 firms will remain as such, and a great benefit is to have employees that can be shared depending on the workload of each.
May 11, 2012
Angelo Architects and 4 other architectural firms participate in 2012 CANSTRUCTION event, at the Charlotte Convention Center. See the results of & photos from the project, as stated by the Food Bank Director, here.
Angelo Architects to participate in CANSTRUCTION project on April 14, 2012
Angelo Architects announce Michael Vess has joined the company.
Michael is a graduate of the Art Institute of Charlotte, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design. Michael‘s interest include sustainable design, and he is preparing for the LEED Green Associates exam. You can welcome him to the firm by e-mail, Michael@angeloarchitects.com
Angelo Architects recognized for LEED designed Medical Examiner facility in Charlotte Business Journal (read article)