May is Mental Health Awareness Month. CNH is proud to have designed Burnsville Fire Station No. 1 with an emphasis on mental and physical health.
It’s been a busy winter for learning and teaching at CNH Architects. Recently, architectural designer Jess Harter spent time mentoring Eastview High School student Maddie Peick on the ins and outs of architecture
CNH Principals Wayne Hilbert, Brooke Jacobson, and Quinn Hutson discuss material shortages and the impact they have on projects.
Since 1992, CNH Architects has been mentoring local high school students who have an interest in an architecture or design career. Most recently, Rosemount High School senior Sydney Sheppard spent a semester with CNH architectural designer Morgan Larson.
CNH Architects Senior Associate and Architect, Al Tsai, finds many ways to get involved in his community outside of work. One of those ways is working the Dakota County Public Arts Citizens Advisory Committee.
CNH Principal Architect Brooke Jacobson recently completed the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Leadership Forum. The seven month seminar series is geared toward developing the leadership skills of mid-career architects. Jacobson was one of 16 architects tapped to participate in the 2021 forum. Each year only a select number of architects who apply are chosen