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Key Employees Take Ownership Positions in Remiger Design

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Firm looks toward the future with buy in from Principal Architect and CFO

Vern Remiger, president of Remiger Design, announced that Denny Crain and Mike Favazza Jr. have taken an ownership position in the architectural, planning and interior design firm.

“Denny and Mike have been key leaders at our firm,” Remiger noted. “This enables us to move forward with our growth plans while ensuring that we have capable leadership to guide our firm in the coming years.”

Crain has been with Remiger Design since April 2014, starting as a project leader. He became a licensed architect in January 2016. He was promoted to principal in January 2018. With 15 years of experience, his primary responsibilities range across all design and construction phases of projects for the firm’s clients. Additionally, he develops the firm’s business while focusing on several commercial property sectors.

Favazza was named CFO of Remiger Design last January, after having served as the company’s outside CPA for three years. Mike oversees the firm’s initiatives to improve profitability and efficiencies in its business processes. His experience includes more than 16 years of both public and private accounting, with an emphasis on helping small businesses manage their finances and growth.

“While I will remain active as the majority shareholder, this positions our firm for the future,” Remiger said. “I am confident in their abilities to eventually take over the firm.”

Remiger Design is a St. Louis-based planning, architecture and interior design firm specializing in the planning and design of multiple project types and scale. The firm was founded in 2010 by Vern Remiger, an industry veteran with more than 35 years of experience in architecture, interior design, planning and facilities management.

Engineering Center of St. Louis Breaks Ground on Multi-Phase Renovation

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Left to right: Ed Alizadeh, P.E., President and CEO, Geotechnology, Inc.; Breck Washam, P.E., Vice President/General Manager, St. Louis Regional Office at Burns & McDonnell; Vern Remiger, President, Remiger Design; Nicole A. Young, P.E., President, Lion CSG and President, Engineering Center of St. Louis; Barry Koenemann, CEO, United Construction

The Engineering Center of St. Louis recently held the ceremonial groundbreaking at The Engineering Center of St. Louis. The crew is currently underway with it first phase of a three phase $3 million program focused to put the Center in front of the technology and engineering future in St. Louis.

“For almost 150 years, the Engineering Center has been a cornerstone in the St. Louis engineering community,” said Nicole Young, president of the Engineering Center of St. Louis. “We are the third oldest engineering society in America, and thrilled to be breaking ground on this momentous renovation project and creating a space that will promote and support the fostering and development of a wide range of programs and initiatives.”

With construction work by United Construction, the first phase of the project will involve converting the building’s auditorium into a technologically advanced meeting space. The renovation will create a flexible and modern environment that will be used by the Engineering Center to collaborate with its 30 affiliated organizations, partner with local schools and businesses and encourage greater student development in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

“It has been an honor working on this renovation project with the Engineering Center, an organization that has made so many significant contributions to the engineering profession,” said Vern Remiger, president of REMIGER DESIGN. “The restoration project we are working on with United Construction will provide the ability for the center to continue to make a lasting impact on the St. Louis engineering community and the engineering industry as a whole.”

Phase one of the multi-phase renovation project is scheduled to be completed in the Spring of 2017. Additional stages of the project will include a redesigned fellowship hall, a new STEM learning facility and new updates to the building’s exterior.

“The Engineers Club of St. Louis (now known as the Engineering Center of St. Louis) is the third oldest engineering organization in the U.S.A. and the oldest west of the Mississippi. I have a special place in my heart for the Club because I was able to follow in the immediate footsteps of the true giants in our profession who were also true community leaders,” remarked George Tomazi, retired Director of Design and Construction at Mallinckrodt, and donor and Past President of the Engineering Center. “As such, there is an inherent obligation to continue to honor their contributions, and supporting the Club is one way to accomplish that.”

 

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