Passing the Architectural Registration Examination (ARE) and becoming a licensed architect is no easy task. It signifies that an architect is skilled in and committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public. Join us in congratulating Evan Lamprecht, who through his extensive education, hands-on experience, and dedication to passing a series of rigorous exams earned his architecture license. This is great news that thrills all of us at Altus and we are proud to call you an architect!

Evan’s resolve to become a licensed Nebraska architect entered the home stretch less than a year ago when he returned to his native state and joined the firm as Project Coordinator. But Evan was not exactly a new face at Altus, as he previously worked for three summers as an intern architect while attending and subsequently graduating from UNL. After finishing his Master’s degree in the spring of 2014, Evan moved to Iowa and worked for a regional Midwestern firm for three years where he specialized in healthcare and education design. Throughout his professional tenure, he’s had the opportunity to coordinate a variety of projects ranging from new construction to complicated, multi-phased remodels. Anyone who knows Evan, quickly realizes his passion for technology and how it can be used to enhance the design process, especially for improved communication with clients. He is continually pushing the envelope in terms of how we at Altus can utilize technology to bring efficiency to our work and to elevate the level of service we deliver to clients. Evan strives to connect his technological passions to his planning and design projects.

Please join us in congratulating Evan on this great achievement – finally realizing his dream of becoming an architect, after the lengthy commitment of a six-year education program, followed by a grueling licensing process!