Jessica Molter, a Principal at Pfluger, is proud to serve as President for the Association For Learning Environments (A4LE) Central Texas Chapter. Jessica has worked in educational facility design for the past 15 years and has been involved with A4LE for over 8 years. Jessica is passionate about supporting the A4LE vision in creating “A world in which place is a catalyst for inspired learning. Connected professionals imagining, promoting, and realizing that vision.
This past month two Pflugerites, Kai Hopkins and Amanda Garza, were lucky to attended the 50th Annual NeoCon Conference in Chicago, IL. Their trip was sponsored as part of their leadership roles in the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). Held every June at The Merchandise Mart, NeoCon “serves as the commercial interior design industry’s launch pad for innovation – offering ideas and introductions that shape the built environment today and into the future.”* Since we couldn’t all go (as much as … Read more
We love sharing the successes of our employees! Congratulations to Amanda Garza as she begins her two-year term on the IIDA Texas Oklahoma Chapter Board as Vice President of Small City Centers. She will represent and act as a Chapter Board liaison to the five smallest City Centers: Tulsa, West Texas, Fort Worth, Austin, and San Antonio.
Robyn Popa, a Principal at Pfluger, has received the 2018 Distinguished Service Award from the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) Southern Region, representing the South Texas Chapter. This award is bestowed to a member that showcases exceptional service within their chapter. Nominees were submitted during the 2018 Southern Region Conference, held in Waco, Texas. The Association for Learning Environments is a professional 501 (c)(3) non-profit association whose sole mission is improving the places where children learn. To learn more about the … Read more
This article originally appeared in the Austin Statesman by Ralph K.M. Haurwitz, on 5/25/18, Original Story Leander has been waiting a long time for this. Thirty-three years after property owners in the Leander school district began paying taxes to Austin Community College, ACC is about to open a campus here. Dubbed San Gabriel, for the river fed by a nearby tributary, the campus will host a grand opening celebration Wednesday, with classes starting Aug. 27. ACC’s architects, Pfluger and SmithGroupJJR, designed a three-story, 111,404-square-foot … Read more