LS3P congratulates eleven Greenville team members who were recently recognized for exemplary efforts.
Architect Bryan Beerman, AIA, NCARB, LEED GA and Senior Interior Designer Whitney Grove, LEED AP were recognized as Associate Principals. Since joining LS3P in 2015, Beerman has worked extensively in the civic, faith, education, and commercial market sectors with an emphasis on master planning, conceptual design, and community-centered projects. Experienced as an architectural and interior designer, Grove has developed expertise in numerous project roles including project designer and project manager; she joined the firm in 2007.
Architect Nathan Asire, AIA, NCARB; Architect Marissa DiLoreto, AIA; Project Manager Sara Johnson, LEED GA; Architect Burgess Metcalf, AIA, LEED AP, CDT; and Digital Practice Manager Ruth Parr, AIA were recognized as Senior Associates. Joining the firm in 2012, Asire combines his passions for architecture and faith in the buildings for the church. DiLoreto joined LS3P in 2015 and has primarily focused on her passion for designing faith facilities that fit the unique needs and ministries of their users. When joining the firm in 2014, Johnson brought experience working for design-build and construction companies; she now focuses on the civic and industrial sectors. Metcalf joined LS3P in 2014 and exclusively focuses in designing faith-based facilities that embody the church’s mission. Parr provides significant expertise in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and strategic workflow; she joined LS3P in 2020.
Emerging Professional Courtney Ardis, Assoc. AIA; Emerging Professional Clay Horney; Emerging Professional Landon McMurray; and Interior Designer Whitney Swafford, IIDA, NCIDQ were recognized as Associates. Ardis joined the firm in 2017 and focuses her design work on K-12 education projects. Both Horney and McMurray joined LS3P in 2016 and primarily focus on projects in the faith and worship sector. Swafford joined the firm in 2020 with experience in interior design for healthcare, community, higher education, hospitality, and corporate interiors projects.
Recognitions were announced at LS3P’s annual meeting on May 5, held each year in May to celebrate the anniversary of its founding.
Founded in 1963, LS3P is an architecture, interiors, and planning firm with regional roots and national reach. Operating from its eleven offices in three states, LS3P is deeply committed to the communities in which it serves and has been honored with over 650 design awards in diverse practice areas. For more information on LS3P, visit www.ls3p.com.