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A Communications Wizard Who ‘Inspires Everyone Around Her,’ Marni Moore Bestowed with 2021 ICS Award

The Integrity and Client Service (ICS) Award is the highest annual honor bestowed upon a Cushing Terrell team member. Nicknamed “The Geno” after 56-year-tenured Gene Kolstad, the award is presented in December with a cash prize. Colleagues are nominated from across the firm, and the winner is judged on their excellence in three categories: honesty, compassion, and responsiveness. Do pay attention to that woman behind the curtain. She's Marni Moore, Cushing Terrell’s con...

IN THE NEWS: An Uphill Battle for Bars

A recent article from Restaurant Development + Design details the "dumpster fire" that's become of bars and the hospitality industry at large since the onset of the pandemic. Cushing Terrell architect Jesse Vigil and other prominent hospitality designers weigh in on how the industry is adapting, and how design can help while the pandemic persists -- and beyond. From Restaurant Development + Design: Now nearing a year's duration, the pandemic is still wreaking havoc on the...

‘Absolutely Alan’ Anseth honored with 2019 Integrity and Client Service Award

The Integrity and Client Service (ICS) Award is the highest annual honor bestowed upon a Cushing Terrell team member. Nicknamed "The Geno" after 54-year-tenured Gene Kolstad, the award is presented each December with a cash prize. Colleagues are nominated from across the firm, and the winner is judged on their excellence in three categories: honesty, compassion, and responsiveness. Our 2019 honoree is Alan Anseth, an associate owner and project manager from Billings, Montana, with the f...

Cushing Terrell in Boise: Invested in Community, Each Other, and Fun

Hailing from diverse offices across the United States — from the mountain region to major metros — our teams showcase the very best in multi-disciplinary collaboration. Whether the expertise comes from one location or multiple, we work with our clients to design responsible, imaginative, first-of-their-kind environments. For a little local flair, we’re highlighting our office teams, showcasing their capabilities and culture. It was 1966. Twenty-seven years after our firm opened its firs...

New program invites young designers to interrogate experts — up first, David Salmela

Design Principal David Koel, an architect for 26 years, is a curious guy. He channels his hunger for knowledge into learning opportunities — from reading to investigation to simply asking a zillion questions of people who know things he doesn't. (This especially comes out in his many discussions with clients.) But Koel doesn't learn in a vacuum — and he thinks asking questions should not only be encouraged but given center stage at a design- and knowledge-centric place like Cushing Terr...
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