LOUISVILLE, Ky. (May 22, 2018) — Award-winning Louisville-based architectural firm Studio Kremer Architects, Inc. has added two new partners and one new staff member.
Jeremy Adams, AIA, LEED AP and Matthew Harris, LEED Green Associate, have been promoted from associates to partners. In addition, Sarah Dalga AIA, LEED AP, has joined SKA as a member of the team.
These appointments bring the total number of partners to five and the total number of staff members to 14. This is the firm’s first appointment of new partners since 2010.
Jeremy Adams earned his bachelor of architecture at the University of Tennessee and joined the firm in 2004. Since joining Studio Kremer Architects, Adams has been involved with a multitude of different projects and enjoys developing relationships with a diverse group of clients.
Matthew Harris earned his bachelor of architecture at the University of Kentucky and has been with the firm since 2007. Harris is a problem solver who aids school districts in building and renovating for the future, and finds it rewarding to design and facilitate projects through their completion.
Sarah Dalga has a master of architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver, and a bachelor of architecture from the University of Kentucky.
SKA has a diverse portfolio of work with approximately 100 projects in process each year. While Studio Kremer doesn’t specialize in particular building types, the firm has developed expertise in multi-family housing, aging care facilities, park structures and K-12 education facilities. Notable current projects include the new Marnel C. Moorman School in Shelby County, the renovation of Camden Station Elementary School in Oldham County, the renovation of Mary G. Hogsett Primary School in Danville, a new Henry County Public Library, the expansion of the St. Matthews Library and City Hall, and the expansion of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana.
Studio Kremer Architects is committed to being a legacy firm, which means employing a management strategy to ensure the firm’s longevity and its ability to transcend its original founding partners. President Scott Kremer believes a slow growth strategy is necessary in order to maintain the firm’s culture.
Kremer said, “We don’t hire to fill a position; we hire the right person and build a position around their strengths and areas of expertise.”