Big congrats are in order!
We have great news to share! Anne Hildenbrand, AIA, has recently received the Accredited Learning Environment Planner (ALEP) designation. This professional certification reflects Anne’s commitment to the planning, designing, and maintenance of educational environments. As Associate Principal for BRW Architects, Anne leads many of our education studio’s most complex projects. She brings strong consensus-building skills and especially enjoys working with individuals who possess talents, skills, and knowledge that differs from her own.
Read more about Anne and the huge accomplishment:
I’m the daughter of two collegiate chemists and granddaughter of an artist. I have a little of both the science and art in me and grew up with an appreciation for both. I was born and raised in College Station, home of Texas A&M University, where my father was a Professor and my mother co-wrote many research papers with him. Both my parents were born in Germany and immigrated to the United States in the 1960s. Dad traveled a lot and spent most of his summers abroad and my mom, sister, and I spent our summers with my grandparents in Germany. My love of travel and art stems from my childhood and continues today.
Reasons/Goals for taking part in the Academy:
I am a learner by nature. The ALEP cohort has allowed me to delve more deeply into the intriguing subject of the learning environment! The cohort has strengthened my expertise in the practice of planning educational facilities and elevated my credibility in the Education industry. I have built life-long friendships through the highly collaborative process this past year. I find joy in working with others to achieve a common goal; especially individuals who possess talents, skills, and knowledge that differs from mine.
I am a licensed Architect and Associate Principal at BRW Architects. We have 125 plus employees with offices in Texas and California. I practice at our headquarters in Dallas, Texas. I have been at BRW for 23 years and enjoy the collaborative culture at BRW. I love the people and our clients and take great pride in the quality of our work.
I am starting year five of six on the A4LE North Texas Chapter Board. I am completing my Vice President role and look forward to continuing my role on the board as President starting in September 2020. My most valued accomplishment since I’ve been active in A4LE is receiving the 2018 Southern Region Cornerstone Award recognizing my contribution to our Chapter’s work for starting the A4LE UTA School Studio partnership.
When I’m not working, I spend time with my husband and two sons (Luke who is 12 and Ryan who is 10). Having two children has made me more aware of the impacts that educational design has on the students and teachers than practicing architecture. Because of this I have become a better listener and appreciate more the perspective of the learner and teacher (our clients)! The combination of parenting and learning from the research-based school studio partnership has been invaluable to my professional growth.
Dallas Board Games Over lunch
Monday, June 27, 2022 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Join us in the Treehouse for Board Games over lunch! Games are provided, but feel free to bring your own!
BRW’s 9th Annual Art Auction
Friday, July 15th, 2022
Over the past nine years, BRW has hosted an annual Art Auction to raise money for our CANstruction team in their effort to support the North Texas Food Bank. All proceeds from the Art Auction will help purchase cans for our design and donation. More details on our social channels.
TEEX Annual Municipal Vendor Show
July 23, 2022
BRW Attendees: Ray Holliday, Principal of College Station & Rechelle Parker, HR Director
Come see first-hand the products and services that are available including fire and EMS apparatus, tools, apparel, technology, and more. More than 130 exhibitors will be on display—the largest of which is the Municipal Vendor Show at Reed Arena on the campus of Texas A&M University.
FRI | Fire Rescue International
August 24 – August 26, 2022
Each summer, thousands of the most prominent fire and emergency service leaders from across North America and around the globe come to FRI to learn, network and collaborate together. We are thrilled to be heading back to San Antonio for #FRI2022!
BRW Attendees: Ray Holliday, Principal of College Station | Fred Clifford, Associate Principal of Dallas Civic | Carol Kesler, Senior Associate of Dallas Civic
Saturday, August 27, 2022
Canstruction® was founded in 1992 by the late Cheri Melillo and colleagues from the Society for Design Administration (SDA) working in tandem with the American Institute of Architects. The vision for Canstruction® is to unite the design, engineering and construction industry through a unique and fun medium that would provide canned food to the North Texas Food Bank. Over Canstruction Dallas’ 23 year history, they have provided 1.5 million cans for those in need!