The global planning and design firm, PGAV Destinations announces the hiring of five new team members for their rapidly growing destination design team.
These new talent additions will support the more than $1.2 billion in master planning and design projects currently underway in the firm this year.
“It’s exciting and energizing to have these five Destinologists join our team, ” said PGAV principal and chair, Mike Konzen. “Their creativity and unique skill sets are already contributing to our destination designs in innovative, new ways.”
Project architect Gary Rogowski, a resident of Fenton, is a graduate of the University of Illinois (’98) with a Bachelors in Architectural Studies. He has previously worked with Anheuser Busch and Rosemann & Associates P.C., and was part of the LEED Gold housing community design team at Fort Leonard Wood.
Architectural designer Kayleen Lindstrom, a resident of St. Charles, is a graduate of the University of Kansas (’16) where she received both her Minor in Business and her Masters in Architecture. She previously interned with Ross & Baruzzini, and her collegiate capstone culminated in designing and building a LEED Platinum (pending) home in Lawrence, KS.
Architectural designer Amanda Texas, a resident of Downtown, is a graduate of the University of Florida (’10) and Washington University St. Louis (’13) with a Bachelors in Design, Masters in Architecture, and Masters in Urban Design. She previously worked with CannonDesign, Walt Disney World, Adventure Island, and Nickelodeon Suites Resort in Orlando, FL.
Architectural designer Steve Reyes, a resident of the Southwest Garden District, is a graduate of the University of Kansas (’16) with a Masters in Architecture. He previously interned with Solomon Cordwell Buenz and was part of the team that designed the KU Mobile Collaboratory (MoCOLAB) mobile classroom.
Executive assistant Annette Cytron, a resident of Creve Coeur, is a graduate of Saint Louis University (’91) with a Bachelors in Finance. She previously worked with the Ladue School District, and oversaw Ladue’s first early education grant from the Missouri Preschool Program, providing early childhood education for economically-disadvantaged youth.