“I am excited to become an associate principal so I can bring more value to the company by offering financial and operational knowledge to discussions at a leadership level,” said Kay. “Having diverse backgrounds in leadership positions offers perspective for all involved in the decision-making process.”
“To be given the opportunity to become an Associate Principal is an honor,” said Katie. “I look forward to being a part of our leadership team and working together to achieve FEH Design’s strategic goals.”
“FEH is a great place to work,” said Jason. “I’m excited about being a principal because this role will further develop my career, and allow me to help make decisions that will shape the future of our company.”
“I’m always looking to improve in my career and becoming a principal seemed like the next best step,” said Chris. “It gives me more of an opportunity for my voice to be heard and to help guide the company. I feel like we need more “young” voices on the leadership team in an attempt to update our practices to more modern standards.”
Exciting News! Our Wisconsin office is moving to Milwaukee! We’re busy packing up everything (…and everyone!) and can’t wait to unveil our amazing new space in the upcoming year. Stay tuned for updates!
Cole and his family have relocated from Oklahoma to Wisconsin to join the FEH team. He brings over 15 years of architectural experience from Gensler and his own design firm.
“We look forward to our new partner joining us and providing mentoring and leadership in Wisconsin,” said President Kevin Eipperle.
FEH stands for Foss, Engelstad, and Heil, three influential architects in our firm’s evolution and history. The initial entrepreneur was Andrew H. Foss, who launched the firm in 1898. Our established history of quality design and a deep commitment to the collaborative process has brought innovative results. Our firm culture is nurtured by seasoned leadership, and we continue to bring young professionals on board to ensure a strong future.
Sioux City’s Hunt Elementary School was featured in LEARNING BY DESIGN Magazine as an outstanding project. The school has been recognized as an award-winning benchmark facility for incorporating next-generation learning space design and planning methodologies.
Okoboji Middle School was featured in LEARNING BY DESIGN Magazine as an outstanding project. The school has been recognized as an award-winning benchmark facility for its incorporation of next generation learning space design and planning methodologies.
Gregg Baum and Bill Wilson, along with the Lake Geneva Public Library Director Emily Kornack, presented at Wisconsin Library Association Conference about reimagining the library post-covid.
FEH President Denny Sharp to hand the baton to Kevin Eipperle at the end of this year. Denny will continue to focus on the architectural side of our business (AKA the fun stuff). Kevin has been mentoring with Denny and is ready to lead the FEH team into the future!
Our firm, along with many of Ron’s friends and family, will be donating $50,000 towards the Ron Speckmann, AIA, Class of 1985, Memorial Scholarship at Iowa State University over the next four years to create a perpetual scholarship fund.