LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 6, 2018) — Omni Architects, a Lexington-based planning and design firm specializing in workforce training, academic, research, civic, and worship spaces, has announced the addition of two new design team members:
Libby Lamb received a masters of architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Art, Architecture, & Planning, and a bachelor of science in human ecology from Tennessee Tech University. She brings to Omni her experience with a number of west coast design firms and is currently working on Omni’s design teams for the UK Chemistry-Physics Building Renovation, the KSU Atwood Research Building Renovation, and the JCTC Advanced Manufacturing & Information Technology Center.
Shelby Hilliard received a bachelor of science in behavioral neuroscience, with a minor in studio art, from Centre College. She then received a bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Kentucky, where she is currently finalizing her masters of architecture. Hilliard is a member of Omni’s design teams for the UK Chemistry-Physics Building Renovation, the renovation of Building 55 Research Space at UofL, and the JCTC – Advanced Manufacturing & Information Technology Center.
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