Glavé & Holmes ArchitectureAnnounces New Promotions

RICHMOND, VA (April 26, 2013) – Glavé & Holmes Architecture (G&HA) is pleased to announce the promotions of S. Jeanne LeFever, AIA, to partner and of Andrew B. Moore, AIA, LEED AP, to principal.

LeFever manages human resources, business and financial operations of Glavé & Holmes. She began a successful career with the firm 17 years ago as a project manager. She has contributed to many noteworthy projects including the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens Education Building, the five-star Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, and the Darden School of Business and Sponsor’s Hall Addition at the University of Virginia. LeFever has 25 total years of experience in the industry, and currently serves as President of AIA Richmond.

Moore joined Glavé & Holmes in 2004 as a project manager and now directs the Urban Architecture Studio. With 19 years of comprehensive experience in a variety of project types, Moore and his studio focus on the renewal of civic places through the rehabilitation of existing structures and the creation of new structures that converse with the surrounding built environment. While at Glavé & Holmes, Moore has applied his principle of “civitas” to projects of all scales, from a 78,000-square-foot court facility for the City of Fredericksburg, to the adaptive reuse of a modest urban row building into a cutting-edge recording studio, to the integration of a new 500-bed student residence hall into an existing university campus. He is President of the Partnership for Smarter Growth, serves on the Board of Directors for the Storefront for Community Design, and is active in the Urban Land Institute, as well as the Virginia Downtown Development Association.

About Glavé & Holmes Architecture
Established  in 1965, Glavé & Holmes Architecture is a nationally recognized architecture, interior design and planning firm located in Richmond, Virginia. Our regionally focused design practice has cultivated expertise in five specialty areas – each supported by a studio structure – Cultural, Higher Education, Hotel and Home, Interior Design, and Urban Architecture – allowing us to provide the expertise necessary for a diverse portfolio. We strive to create a context-specific design that fits seamlessly into the cultural and historical milieu of a given community, while addressing the functional needs of the people who will interact with each space. We believe that great design is contextual, timeless, and has the capacity to engage the intellect and elevate the human spirit.


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