Farewell to our Summer Interns!

Farewell to our Summer Interns!

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

This summer, Hastings+Chivetta welcomed a slew of interns focusing on everything from architecture, to marketing, to accounting to our new drone!

Sarah Crovello (University of Notre Dame) assisted one of our Senior Designers with the SketchUp model and building designs for Dordt College.

LaTeisha Lee (University of Kansas) built a physical model of Dordt College that incorporated both traditional model building and 3D printing.  She also worked on Revit modeling for several projects.

Kiah McCarley (Drury University) worked with our Graphics Department on a range of site plans for both project and marketing efforts, as well as Revit models for several projects.

Lauren Silvers (Kansas State University) developed a new graphic standard for our site plans. Additionally, she assisted our planning and design team with tech data sheets for the Dixie State University Human Performance Building.

Marketing Intern Maria Zak (Truman State University) helped the Marketing team prepare proposals and interview presentations through research and assembling interview materials. She learned Adobe InDesign and used it to help revise and create marketing materials.

Megan Graves, our Accounting Intern (Mizzou), helped on a few large projects this summer including file archiving and account reconciliation.  Her daily tasks included entering expense reports, researching statements and accounts payable coding.

Intern Dalton Nonweiler (Washington University) headed up our new drone project. He used a 4K camera to film our projects across the country, recording 260GB of footage and covering more than 110km in the air.  We’ve just scratched the surface after nine weeks of flying, and are looking forward to seeing how drones shape the future of architecture.

We were thrilled to have these talented students join us this summer and we hope that the skills they learned and experiences they’ve had will help them in their future professional endeavors.