Tuesday, October 1, 2019

RKA Welcomes Andrew Puppos

RKA is pleased to welcome Andrew Puppos to our design staff.

Andrew is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The Ohio State University. His interests in architecture include sustainable design, historic preservation, and his goal to become a licensed architect. Outside of the office, he enjoys 3D printing, mountain biking, and working on cars.

Monday, September 23, 2019

RKA Welcomes Elijah Less

RKA is pleased to welcome Elijah Less to its design staff.

Elijah Less is a recent master of architecture graduate of the Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design. During his time at KSU, Elijah focused his education on his passions in historic preservation and biophilic design. Elijah brings his entrepreneurial experience with real estate and building restoration to Rogers Krajnak Architects. Beyond the office, he enjoys traveling, spending time outdoors, and restoring old homes.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Construction begins on the Louis Sullivan Building of Newark

Construction has begun and is in full swing on the Louis Sullivan Building of Newark. Scaffolding has been erected and mockups for terra cotta cleaning have been started, and are showing clear results. RKA is excited to be part of this amazing project!

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – Richmond, VA

After salvaging marble flooring and shoring up the historic columns and high altar, workers have selectively removed portions of the deteriorated Chancel floor structure in preparation for a new structurally sound and expanded Chancel.   These images illustrate the magnitude of the selective demolition allowing views through the former Chancel area down into the former Chapel which is directly below the Chancel.  RKA’s rendering shows the proposed design of the new Chancel.  More information and images are available at stpaulsrenovation.org.