MSP Welcomes Meg McKnight

A graphic that includes a photo of MSP's newest hire Meg McKnight with a quote by her stating, "I enjoy the opportunity to see my contributions come to life in the built environment - knowing that something I’ve worked on has direct impact on the world! Being able to point to something and say “hey I had a hand in this” is incredible.". With MSP logo on the graphic.

MSP is pleased to welcome Meg McKnight, job captain for MSP’s Architecture Department. Her day-to-day activities include developing and producing construction documents, reviewing materials from consultants and project team members, assisting the project manager in overall project coordination, and facilitating communication between clients and consultants. What she enjoys most about being in the AEC industry…

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Welcome Spring 2024 Co-ops!

MSP is excited to announce the newest additions to our team, welcoming two talented co-op students who will be contributing their skills and enthusiasm to our Architecture and Landscape Architecture departments this spring. In the Architecture Department, we welcome Maddie Bucher. In her second year at the University of Cincinnati, Maddie is actively pursuing her…

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Meet the Associate: Emily Lubbers AIA, NCIDQ

Emily Lubbers, MSP newest Associate

The MSP Associate Program has been created for the purpose of identifying leadership, excellence and performance within our organization and to reward individuals whose performance excels in areas deemed vital to our continued successful operation. The Associate Program is designed to broaden selected individuals’ understanding of and contribution to the success of MSP and to reward…

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Meet the Associate: Louis Hanser II, PS

Louis Hanser the newest associate

The MSP Associate Program has been created for the purpose of identifying leadership, excellence and performance within our organization and to reward individuals whose performance excels in areas deemed vital to our continued successful operation. The Associate Program is designed to broaden selected individuals’ understanding of and contribution to the success of MSP and to reward…

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Meet the Associate: Bryan Grome, PLA

Bryan Grome newest associate

The MSP Associate Program has been created for the purpose of identifying leadership, excellence and performance within our organization and to reward individuals whose performance excels in areas deemed vital to our continued successful operation. The Associate Program is designed to broaden selected individuals’ understanding of and contribution to the success of MSP and to reward…

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Meet the Associate: Andrew Dodds, PE

Andrew Dodds, MSP newest Associate

The MSP Associate Program has been created for the purpose of identifying leadership, excellence and performance within our organization and to reward individuals whose performance excels in areas deemed vital to our continued successful operation. The Associate Program is designed to broaden selected individuals’ understanding of and contribution to the success of MSP and to reward…

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Farewell to our Fall Co-ops!

Today we celebrated our fall co-ops final week with MSP. These last couple of months with them have been a great experience for our entire team. Christian Drummond and Kylee Arvidson are both third-year students at the University of Cincinnati. They will return to UC for the spring semester and continue pursuing their bachelor of…

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MSP Welcomes Newest Project Designer, Will Bohannon

MSP excitingly welcomes Will Bohannon, who joins us as a project designer for MSP’s team. In his day-to-day activities, Will supports the Architecture and Interior Design Departments by providing drafting and project coordination across all phases of projects. Will possesses a strong background in Revit and BIM and will be instrumental in the preparation and…

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An Architecture Matters Panel Discussion with Emily Lubbers

This photo of Emily Lubbers is meant to provide a face to the name. Emily is one of the amazing Women participating in this panel.

On November 15th, MSP’s architect, Emily Lubbers, will be a panelist discussing the topic of women’s representation in the architecture industry. With an impressive 11-year career, Emily has been an important part of MSP for nearly 8 years, during which she obtained her Interior Design license, worked with many different clients, and even welcomed the…

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MSP’s Dedication to Women in Surveying

A dynamic mother-daughter team is exploring the surveying world together. Cara Tryling, a skilled CADD Technician/Field Crew Chief at MSP, recently enjoyed an exciting weekend at the 4th Women’s Surveyors Summit in Stillwater, Minnesota, alongside her mom. The summit united 120 female surveyors worldwide, sharing diverse perspectives and experiences. Cara’s surveying journey began early, with…

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Empowering Team Collaboration at MSP

Yesterday at MSP was a busy day! Our team kicked off the day by getting our staff flu shots! Following our flu shots, we gathered for an engaging Town Hall. Creating an open forum for our incredible team to discuss everyday matters, share exciting news, and, most importantly, be heard. At MSP, we’re all about…

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MSP Welcomes Madisen Kleinmann

MSP warmly welcomes Madisen Kleinmann, who joins us as an Architectural Designer for MSP’s Architecture Department. In her day-to-day activities, she actively aids in preparing project documentation and provides assistance throughout the project production phase. Madisen’s passion for architecture originates from its unique fusion of mathematics, science, and art, allowing her to make meaningful contributions…

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Nick Jackson Joins MSP as CADD Technician

Please join us in welcoming Nick Jackson, CADD Technician for MSP’s Civil Engineering Department. Nick is a CADD technician working on a variety of different projects for civil engineering. The coolest/most interesting project Nick has worked on is the I-75 project near Toledo which was, at the time, the second largest project in Ohio history.…

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7 Steps in Planning a MakerSpace

Hand Sketch of a 3D Printing Lab

THE MAKERSPACE MOVEMENT The creation of spaces where students, adults, and other “makers” can do hands-on projects as part of a learning process or the development of an idea or product is a movement that is gathering steam around the country and the world. The new value placed on labs that are places for developing…

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