Toledo, Ohio - RCM Architects, Inc. is proud to announce that our own Dan Clinger has been awarded the AIA Toledo "Architect of the Year for 2016." Below is the press release from AIA Toledo:
This week we mourn the passing of our friend, our mentor and the man who founded RCM Architects, Jim Rooney. Though Jim has been retired from RCM Architects for several years, the foundation upon which he built our firm is still strong.
Findlay, Ohio - Whether you're fighting cancer, or know someone who is, cancer affects each of us, including the RCM Architects family. In 2013 and 2014, RCM Architects lost both Tina Warsop-Beam and Cathy Zellner to this terrible disease. That is why we are so passionate about, and proud to be a part of, the Armes Family Cancer Care Center.
"Empowering people to turn vision into reality." More than a corporate slogan, it is our mission to serve with you as we strive together to honor our shared values, to serve your needs and to create a better built environment. Now, we want to improve the "empowerment" of our clients and friends. RCM Architects, Inc. is excited to announce our newly redesigned website:
Toledo, Ohio - RCM Architects is proud to announce that our own Erin Curley has been awarded the AIA Toledo "Emerging Professional of the Year for 2015". Below is a newsletter clipping from AIA Toledo:
This past year has been remarkable for RCM Architects. Having survived the recent recession in the construction industry, the year began with projects from clients both old and new. Virtually overnight, the "workload switch" turned to full-on, and we have been busy with new challenges and new opportunities throughout the year.
As new middle schools in Findlay opened, eyes turned to the old school buildings they were replacing. While two of the middle schools had to be demolished to accommodate their replacements, Central Middle School held a community gem worth preserving.
Findlay, Ohio - Imagine a trail system that spurs economic development, attracts tourists and provides a valuable amenity to residents of Findlay and Hancock County. Imagine a trail system that attracts joggers, walkers, and bike commuters each workday. Imagine a trail system that serves as a recruiting and retaining tool for businesses. Imagine a trail system that increases home values by having trails located in close proximity to residential properties. Imagine a happier and healthier populace because of the sense of freedom and wellness that trails create.
Ada, Ohio - Soon a new church building will rise from the ashes of its predecessor, on the same ground where it once stood.