New to the ABW Fold

Andrew Pharis has joined the staff of ABW for the summer as an intern. Andrew recently completed his second year in the architecture program at LSU. Go, Tigers!

A Pineville native, one of Andrew’s hobbies is theatre: performing, singing, and as a set designer/builder. He recounts a story of when he ventured into Silver Dollar Pawn Shop (of “Cajun Pawn-Stars” fame) looking for thirty ceramic pigs for use as props. As it turned out, Silver Dollar had plenty of pigs and was glad to get rid of some of them.

Andrew is very involved in AIAS, the student chapter of the American Institute of Architects, serving as chapter president. He will attend the AIAS Grassroots leadership conference in Washington, D.C. in July.

Andrew has already proven to be a capable and cheerful worker. He has shown the necessary skills to be productive and make real contributions over the summer. ABW is fortunate to have his talents with us for the summer.

Hello / Goodbye

We are excited to announce the birth of a little girl, Reagan Leigh, on May 8th 2012 to parents Stephen and Christal Workman and big brother Stihl.

After three years with the Ashe Broussard Weinzettle team, we bid a joyful farewell to our dear friend Christal Workman. After the birth of her second child, Christal decided to take a break from the architectural grind to focus her energy on her children, but we still intend on having her join us for lunch occasionally. We will miss the spirit and energy Christal brought to our office, but wish her family all the joy and happiness they can stand.