Kahler Slater CEO George Meyer shared ideas on how to revive Wisconsin Avenue and the Grand Avenue Mall at a recent West Association meeting. George's thoughts on the topic were highlighted in both the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Milwaukee Business Journal.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Kress Events Center was highlighted in the recent article "20 Most Impressive College Gyms and Student Rec Centers" by Best Value Schools. The article cited the Kress Events Center as the "most generous in terms of square footage per student, at 26 square feet per student." The $28.5 million project incorporates a suspended running track, a climbing wall, and a pool.
Kahler Slater and Habitat for Humanity were interviewed by the BizTimes Giving Guide about our partnership. They had heard about our unique partnership and creative approach to helping out and asked us to share our story. Our story appears in the “Profiles in Philanthropy” section of the issue, which “illustrates some of the most effective and creative ways of giving back and aim to inspire readers to find their own way to take action in the community.” Read our profile here: Using Design to Make a Difference.
Last Thursday, Glenn Roby, Principal and Business Environments Team Leader, was featured on a panel discussion called "Designing Milwaukee" at the 2013 BizTimes Milwaukee Commercial Real Estate and Development Conference. He was selected to be on the panel with what the moderator described as “four of the region’s top architects today.” Glenn discussed workplace and real estate trends and his thoughts about the future of design in Milwaukee.
Not only that, Glenn was also featured on the cover of the current issue of BizTimes! Check out the article Rethinking the Office featuring Kahler Slater, including images of our office and an interview with Glenn and others on workplace trends.
Principal Larry Schnuck from Kahler Slater presented with Dr. Linda Seestedt-Stanford, Vice President of Health Sciences at Mary Baldwin College, at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) 2013 Annual Conference on Thursday, October 24 in Orlando, Florida. They shared insights on how Mary Baldwin College (MBC) is establishing a new College of Health Sciences with the intention of creating a truly interdisciplinary experience for their students.
Kahler Slater was honored to work with Elgin Community College to create an exceptional allied health building for its campus. Dr. Wendy Miller, Dean of Health Professions at Elgin Community College, will be sharing these insights from the project at the Tradeline conference on October 22 in Orlando, Florida, as well as discussing how community colleges are raising the bar for allied health education.