October 21, 2014, Columbia, MO – Eric Roselle of PWArchitects, Inc. (PWA) recently passed his final Architect Registration Exam to become a licensed architect in Missouri. He has served as a Project Architect since joining PWA and taken on many project design and management responsibilities.
Roselle’s project portfolio includes the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center and its Central Regional Office and Conservation Research Center in Columbia, Missouri. His past experience includes the preparation of both National Register Nominations and Historic American Building surveys and studies. His recent experience includes the renovation of Switzler Hall at the University of Missouri and an elevator addition to Turner Avenue Parking Garage at the University of Missouri in Columbia, for which he will now be serving as the Project Manager.
Eric Roselle earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois as well as a Master of Architecture from Washington University. He is a LEED accredited professional and a member of the American Institute of Architects, Mid Missouri Chapter.
Founded in 1978, PWArchitects, Inc. offers planning, architectural, interior and sustainable design services to a wide variety of education, corporate, health care, government and private clients throughout Missouri and the United States.