Lenity Welcomes Nate Larson
For as long as Nate Larson could remember, he has always been passionate about art and design. Even at a young age, you’d find him with a pencil at the ready waiting for inspiration to hit, ready to draw. Joining Lenity Architecture in late January, Nate is the newest CAD Specialist in our MEP Department. Nate’s love for design still carries over as his dedication to the details shines through his work.
Driven by a passion for art and creativity, Nate’s natural talents have developed over the years, cultivating into a gifted drafter. His ability to switch between the disciplines without skipping a beat makes him a great addition to the MEP Department. Nate welcomes the opportunity to utilize his creative problem-solving skills, drawing inspiration from Albert Einstein’s’ quote, “Stay away from negative people. They always have a problem for every solution.” Tapping into this inspiration helps him tackle some of the challenges that sometime arise with designing projects.
Since joining the Lenity family, Nate has found the culture to be a,
“very welcoming environment. There’s serious business that takes place here every day. But it’s refreshing that nobody takes themselves too seriously.”
He also noted that people here are encouraging and helpful and take the time to get to know you.
Pamela Triplett – a Welcomed Addition to Lenity Architecture
As the newest architect to join Lenity Architecture, Pamela Triplett brings nearly thirty years of diverse and extensive experience. Her robust background – ranging from education and governmental to medical design and project management – makes her a valued team member. With her experience gained working for state, city and private architectural firms, Pam is a highly knowledgeable, well-rounded architect. Believing strongly in transparency and curiosity along with positive, inclusive interpersonal skills, she is quick to offer assistance and insightful ideas to any project. Pam provides our clients with remarkable customer service while offering project management services from soup to nuts. From the economic well-being of a community to the enjoyment and safety of the built environment for users, the impact of architecture is enormous. Being a part of the delivery process is engaging and fulfilling from every perspective.
When asked what drew her to Lenity Architecture she quickly responded,
“Spectacular reputation, community involvement, importance of family values and architecture for all walks of life.”
The world of Architecture has always fascinated her. As a child, she would spend hours creating various, interconnected tiny worlds in her backyard sandbox. As she got older and the assignments harder, Pam’s dioramas, complete with amazing modeling and details, were always the envy of the class. Pam achieved one of her childhood goals by graduating from Hammons School of Architecture, Drury University in Springfield, Missouri.
Pam’s professional career has been motivated by the desire to develop environments that help people function efficiently and enjoyably. She is most passionate about healthcare architecture, “I love architecture because the built environment influences our relationships, provides a backdrop for experiences and stimulates health and creativity.” Building with intention is a driving force behind all of Pam’s endeavors, making her a great fit for Lenity Architecture.
Pam’s favorite quote:
“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.”