Promotion Announcement: Megan Walsh
Aria Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Megan Walsh to Associate, from Project Designer. Megan started with Aria Group in 2002 when she was an Architectural Technician and an Architectural Designer. From 2005-2010 she lived in California where she gained further experience. Upon returning to the Chicago area in 2010, she started at Aria Group as a Sr. Architectural Designer. She was promoted to Project Designer in 2011. During her time at Aria she has played an invaluable role in the success of projects such as Topolobampo, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Nando’s, Pono Ono Poke, Dave & Buster’s, California Pizza Kitchen and others. Please join us in congratulating Megan on her promotion and in wishing her continued success at Aria Group in her role as Associate.
Welcome to another addition of Meet the Team! Will Olds joined our team in August 2019, fresh off completing his master’s degree at Kansas State University. In Will’s time at Aria, he has worked on a wide variety of projects including True Food Kitchen, Cooper’s Hawk and most recently Shake Shack. Will has aided our […]Read More
Interior Courtyard Redevelopment Rendering While modern society looks towards the next shiny and new place to be, we often neglect to address our current spaces and how we use them. In an ever-expanding online world, shopping malls have taken a hit. With the effect of the pandemic this past year, the result has meant closures […]Read More
Stan’s Donuts Receives 2020 RD+D Award – Best New Prototype Runner-Up The annual RD+D Magazine Awards honor the best in restaurant design across seven categories. We are thrilled to announce that Stan’s Donuts & Coffee has been recognized in the Best New Prototype Category – Runner-Up. Check out the RD+D March/April 2021 issue here! A […]Read More
North Star Mall Opening Day 1960 (Express News Archives) Take a drive down the business highway in most mid-size towns, and odds are that you will inevitably pass by one of the great relics of a bygone era in American culture. The indoor mall was once the epicenter of shopping convenience and consumer capitalism in […]Read More
It is crazy to think it’s been over a year since the pandemic began and almost a year since our office started working remote. So much has happened. It has been the longest year, but also feels like it has flown by. As we dive into this new year and look forward to getting back to […]Read More