We believe in the transformative power of community. Our creativity makes vibrant communities possible through the design of thoughtful, inspired spaces that foster a sense of belonging, safety, accountability and awe. That’s our mission at KSQ.

Cindy Love with the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) shared a beautiful sentiment and adaption of the Week of Prayer for World Peace 1978 we’d like to pass on: “We want to express our concern for the people injured and our deepest sympathy for the families of those killed in the Bastille celebration in Nice, France today.  Please reach out to those in your communities who are vulnerable, care for yourselves and join us in lighting candles of hope where despair keeps watch and candles of grace to ease heavy…

KSQ staff helped raise $428,000 in the 21st Annual Jeremy Elliot Golf Tournament. Jeremy Elliot passed away in 1996 after struggling against leukemia. His stepfather, Eddie Vannoy with Vannoy Construction, created the charity golf event to help students in Ashe County realize their educational goals through the Jeremy Elliot Memorial Scholarship. The effort has allowed 436 high school students attend college so far, and we’re proud to continue to support the event and contribute.

KSQ recently hosted OSU Disccover Architecture students in the firm’s Tulsa office. KSQ is one of the sponsors of the residential summer camp for high school students interested in Architecture, Engineering, Landscape and Construction Management. Both interior and architecture staff shared their professional experiences and some recent projects with the students, including the University Commons–new student housing on the OSU campus designed by KSQ.

Kingston High School senior Rian Baker is the 2016 recipient of the KSQ-BBL Architecture-Construction-Engineering Scholarship. KSQ representatives presented Rian with his $2,000 scholarship at an awards assembly this week and were pleased to see Rian also receive other scholarships at the event to further support him in his pursuit of a Mechanical Engineering degree. Rian is an exceptional student, community volunteer and also restores cars in his free time. “This experience, along with other projects, instilled in me a great appreciation for how things work and how they are designed,”…