Posts Tagged ‘ Myers Anderson Architects ’

Heart of Old Town: Pocatello architecture firm brings on new partner, moves to new location

Jan 29th, 2016 | By
Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal
Holly Horsch, Jerry Myers and Richard Creason study plans in the new studio area at the new home of
Myers Anderson Architects. Richard Creason is Jerry Myers new partner in the firm.

By Vanessa Grieve vgrieve@journalnet.com   Myers Anderson Architects has relocated to the historic Whitman Hotel, and Richard Creason is the firm’s new partner.   Myers Anderson Architects has been a mainstay in Old Town Pocatello since the 1980s. On Jan. 3, the firm opened a short distance south from the Seaver’s Block Building, 101 N.
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Longtime local architect to retire

Dec 28th, 2015 | By
Architect Pete Anderson, a 50 percent principal owner of Myers-Anderson Architects in Pocatello, will retire at the end of the year. (Photo by Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal)

By Vanessa Grieve/Idaho State Journal Pete Anderson, a longtime regional architect and 50 percent principal owner of Myers Anderson Architects in Pocatello, will retire at the end of the year and move to a warmer climate. During his career, Anderson, who lives in Chubbuck, has worked on projects too vast and numerous to single out.
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Whitman Hotel cafe being remodeled for office space

Nov 6th, 2015 | By
Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal 
Travis Capson of Acoustic Specialties, works on a remodel of the old Whitman Hotel cafe that is being turned into office space.

By Cydney McFarland cmcfarland@journalnet.com POCATELLO — The more than 100-year-old Whitman Hotel is going through another remodel. The historic bar top was removed last month from the first floor commercial space by the new owners, and the space is being remodeled for a new tenant. The commercial space is currently owned by CMW LLC but
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What’s happening in Old Town

May 27th, 2015 | By
Stephanie Palagi

By Stephanie Palagi This summer’s hanging flower baskets are up, and they are beautiful. Many thanks to Joel, John and Erin Hunter and the crew from Myers Anderson Architects for helping to pick up and hang the baskets. Sponsorships are still available, so if you are interested in sponsoring a flower basket this summer, please
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