Bobbi Jo serves as a member of the House District 57 Central Committee. It is their goal to strengthen the community by connecting people to the political process, developing community leaders and electing officials who listen, respond and represent the needs of the community. By participating in this committee, Duneman can vote to nominate candidates that support the AIA principles of Sustainability.
Kevin is the Chair of Governance & Nominations Committee for the Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools. The Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools supports student achievement by promoting investment in the Dubuque Public Schools. FDPS is a non-profit organization committed to providing resources for all students of the District.
Christy meets with the entire board and serves on a library subcommittee related to building maintenance and projects. Monk provides input about projects, reviews existing conditions in the historic library, and serves as a resource for other board members and the library director.
Over the past 25 years, Basye has been involved in many Siouxland projects including the Tyson Events Center, Briar Cliff University’s Stark Student Center, Spalding Park, Loess Hills, Morningside, Leeds, and Hunt Elementary Schools, Sioux City Career Academy, Wilbur Aalfs Main Library, Morningside Branch Library, Siouxland Federal Credit Union, and Mount Marty University.
“I love the idea of combining math, chemistry, physics, history, culture, engineering, business, problem-solving, and art into a final design,” said Riley. “Architecture allows me to create something that envelopes each person differently, allows them to react differently to the space, and become inspired by the designs.”
“I landed an interview with FEH, and they took a leap of faith on me,” said Sullivan. “I connected with a group of women and together, we studied for our architect licensure. Every year during my performance review, management would ask me about my future career plans, and I always said I wanted to be in leadership.”
“FEH provides an environment for young architects to thrive. They have created a sense of community in the office, one that supports both professional and personal growth and places company culture as one of its highest priorities,” said Sharp.
“Coworkers can make or break a job, and it’s a pleasure to be able to work with so many talented, smart, and fun people day in and day out,” said Blair.
“I truly enjoy coming to work! Our group works well together. We communicate well, and we have a lot of fun!” said Greiner. “Having worked in other firms around the county, I really appreciate the management style, not only in our office, but throughout the firm.”
“The incorporation of modern building materials and design elements have been my favorite parts of the project,” said Project Manager Yolanda Vetsch. “It was a very successful collaborative effort with the client throughout the design process.”
“I have loved working at FEH and the people I work with have become family to me. The clients are all great individuals that each have their own challenges for us to solve creatively together,” said Ruba.
This recently completed library features usable and flexible spaces for library patrons and staff to learn and grow. Strategies like moveable furniture, operable partitions, and multipurpose spaces allow this library to serve its patrons and staff well into the future.