Lori Everett has joined the St. Louis office of FGM Architects as a project manager concentrated mainly in FGMA’s PK-12 school design and municipal practice areas.
She is said to have a strong background in school safety and PK-12 design, facility master planning and programming as well as creating enhanced learning environments in public libraries.
She said she treasures her work with the St. Louis County Library District where she helped revitalize eight library branches through renovations and new construction with enhanced, technology-rich learning environments for people of all ages.
Everett, AIA, LEED AP, earned her B.S. in Architecture from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and her Master of Architecture from Arizona State University.
Kevin Meyers, managing director of the FGMA St. Louis office, notes that, “Lori’s deep knowledge of trends in 21st century learning and passion for sustainable design will enrich our growing PK-12 school and municipal practice areas. We look forward to reaching new heights with the added benefit of her expertise and problem-solving skills.”
On joining FGMA, Everett said, “I am proud to be joining this wonderful team to continue serving clients in the St. Louis region while benefitting from the deep bench of resources and experts available from the larger FGMA firm.”
FGMA is an employee-owned firm with offices in Chicago and O’Fallon, Ill.,; St. Louis, Mo.; Austin, Texas, and Milwaukee, Wis.