Posts in Storytelling
Honoring a Commitment to Improving Healthcare Spaces

For the first several years of her architectural career, Yin “Penny” Pan, AIA, aspired to work on many different project types—from schools, to office buildings, to residential developments. That perspective changed in 2011 when she visited her 95-year-old grandfather at a Shanghai hospital after he broke a hip.

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Designing Engaging Experiences for Athletes and Sports Fans

Some of the nation’s foremost sports organizations rely on Kelly Furlong’s creativity and imagination to help them raise their game. As a senior graphic designer at global sports architecture firm Populous in Kansas City, she specializes in creating three-dimensional branded environments that motivate, inspire, entertain and thrill.

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Career Shift: From Sports Journalist to Construction Storyteller

After 32 years with the Belleville News-Democrat — where he covered everything from St. Louis Cardinals World Series victories to the St. Louis Rams’ Greatest Show on Turf — Norm Sanders left his job as a sports writer and signed on as a senior writer at McCarthy Holdings, Inc.

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