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Peterson Architecture is pleased to announce that Dagny Zupin has been accepted into the 2022 Hamilton County Leadership Academy Class.

The Hamilton County Leadership Academy (HCLA) is a leadership development program that identifies and prepares informed leaders for our community. Participants are brought together by their commitment of time, energy, expertise and their desire to be involved in Hamilton County. For more information on the 2022 class of HCLA please visit https://www.hcla.net/auto-draft/class-of-2022/

"I am honored to join the HCLA Class of 2022! I look forward to meeting the other servant leaders who are facilitating growth and shaping our county. Thank you to Darren and Peterson Architecture for supporting me on this educational journey!"  - Dagny Zupin

Peterson Architecture worked with Carmel-Clay Public Library to creatively utilize an old grocery store to house a wide array of books. While the main Carmel library branch undergoes renovations, the Carmel-Clay Public Library will operate out of an old Marsh grocery store. This unique use of space has been a huge hit with patrons of all ages, who are thrilled that the library will remain in the Marsh location for the next two years.  Peterson Architecture greatly enjoyed working with the City of Carmel to make this innovative use of public space possible.

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Donations will go to the Noblesville Trustee’s Office and Noblesville Boys & Girls Club

CanStruction Noblesville is underway. CanStruction is a yearly creative showcase that addresses hunger and hunger anxiety in Noblesville and Hamilton County. The event started eight years ago as an initiative from Noblesville business owner and Noblesville City Councilor, Darren Peterson.

CanStruction rallies Noblesville residents and local businesses by asking them to collect non-perishable food items to create sculptures. In the first seven years, CanStruction has donated 40,000 items of non-perishable food and raised roughly $50,000 to fight hunger and hunger anxiety in Noblesville and Hamilton County.

The sculptures will be hosted at Noblesville City Hall from October 2nd through October 12th. Sculpture creators will compete against each other for the ‘best sculpture.’ At the end of the event, all of the canned foods will be donated to the Trustee’s Office, and proceeds will go to the Noblesville Boys & Girls club toward their food programs.

“The Club is excited to partner with CanStruction to help raise funds for our meals and snacks programs while benefiting our local food pantries. Last year alone, our Club served more than 66,000 healthy snacks and more than 6,000 meals to our members. Fighting local hunger issues is also one of our priorities, so we were very eager to team up with CanStruction to help address the need,” said Nathan Helm, Boys & Girls Club Director of Development.

Noblesville architectural firm Peterson Architecture celebrates Eileen Barbour as she retires after 20 years. Barbour served as the company’s Office Manager.

Peterson Architecture is a full-service architectural and planning firm located in downtown Noblesville. Peterson is licensed in 48 states, as well as Guam and Puerto Rico, serving the commercial, healthcare, restaurant, retail and religious sectors.

“Eileen has been a crucial part to the success of our company,” said Darren Peterson. “For 20 years she has brought her unique skills, positive attitude and proactive approach to Peterson Architecture. I’m thankful for her dedication.”

At Peterson Architecture, Barbour managed the day-to-day operations, was the bookkeeper for the business, and supervised three office moves. She watched the firm grow into the successful business it is today.

Barbour holds degrees in both Business Administration and Accounting from Indiana University and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

Barbour and her husband live in Fishers, have raised three sons, and are proud grandparents of five grandchildren. In her spare time, she is a yoga instructor and enjoys volunteering with Saint Mary’s Child Center.

Peterson Architecture has announced the hiring of Dagny Zupin as Community Engagement Liaison.

Peterson Architecture is a full service architectural and planning firm located in downtown Noblesville. The firm is licensed in 48 states, Guam and Puerto Rico, serving the commercial, healthcare, restaurant, retail and religious sectors.

“Dagny will serve an important role at our company,” said Peterson Architecture President Darren Peterson. Now, more than ever, it’s important for our company to be engaged in a new way. Fostering relationships with our clients and community brings a long-term commitment to the best and most innovative solutions.”

Zupin told the Reporter, “I am thrilled to join such a community-oriented company. I look forward to working with Darren and his team as they develop creative and innovative spaces for clients to live, work and enjoy.”

Zupin, a native of Winamac, Ind., and resident of Cicero, also serves as the executive director of Nickel Plate Express in Noblesville. Zupin attended Ball State University, where she graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in public relations. Zupin is an active member of the Cicero community and serves as a board member on the Our Town Cicero Main Street Association.

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The Hamilton County TImes 2017 Readers' Choice Award Winner-Tenth year in a Row

Thank you to everyone who made Peterson Architecture The Hamilton County Times 2017 Readers’ Choice Award Winner for “Favorite Hamilton County Architect” for the TENTH year in a row!

Peterson Architecture is a full service architectural and planning firm located in Noblesville, Indiana.  In our effort to keep our company flexible and on the cutting edge of design and innovations, we have established working relationships with a variety of allied companies in central Indiana which allows us to create the most appropriate partnerships according to a project’s specific needs.  By doing this, we feel we can better serve our clients, maintain lower overhead and fees, evaluate a variety of solutions and explore an array of project types that might not typically be available to a firm of our size.

Our successful design and management process is built upon intense collaboration throughout the process.  Our Design Team will work directly with board, staff, consultants, members and stakeholders, to create a unique solution that reinforces YOUR Vision and expands YOUR mission.  Starting with the design process, we continue the collaboration throughout the completion of construction, to generate design options and solutions for all of the programming objectives.

Our team hopes to foster a relationship with your team that will bring a long term commitment to the best and most innovative solution to your project and to your community.

 

 

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