Pope Architects welcomes a new firm partner

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Pope Architects welcomed a new partner to its shareholder group. Erica Larson is an active leader in the firm guiding projects, fostering staff growth and developing client relationships.

Pope Architects is led by a group of six principals including Jon Pope, Paul Holmes, Randal Peek, Ward Isaacson, Tom Kuck, and now Erica Larson.

“I’m proud of the people that are leading the firm, proud of the work the firm is doing, and proud of the way the firm is growing and thriving,” said President Jon Pope, AIA.

Erica Larson has been with Pope Architects for 12 years, and is the Director of Interior Design. Larson leads Pope Architects’ interior design practice, and focuses in Commercial and Healthcare design. Larson has spearheaded the firm’s sustainable design efforts of the firm, helping to LEED certify a dozen projects.

She is a Certified Interior Designer (CID), American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) and LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP BD+C). Larson is also a US Green Building Council National member. Most recently Erica has been involved in several notable projects, including C.H. Robinson’s new Eden Bluff Tech Center, Summit Orthopedics’ Vadnais Heights Medical Center and Beckhoff Automation’s North American Headquarters.