On May 8, 2015, Nichols, Melburg & Rossetto Architect Melissa Freilich taught Redding kindergarteners at KinderCollege Day about career options in the field of architecture. Melissa shared the importance of building orientation and location, and taught about the functionality of building components like walls, windows, shade devices and solar panels. KinderCollege Day in Redding, CA aims to introduce young students and their parents to a college environment, career options and the concept of higher education.
NMR extends our congratulations to four of the firm’s employees who have successfully completed their California Architect Licensure within the last year. Congratulations Quinn Lowry, Melissa Freilich, Hayley Andersen and Sean Shearer! NMR encourages all eligible staff to work toward becoming licensed architects. Currently, there are approximately 21,000 licensed architects in California. Licensed architects are required to meet the following qualifications: Provide verification of five years of education equivalents and three years of architectural practice experience for a total of eight years…
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On Saturday, November 11th, NMR Associate Principal Architect Wesley King and Project Architect Mel Freilich volunteered as judges for Shasta High School and Shasta College sponsored 2nd annual “Battle of the North” VEX Robotics Competition. The competition drew was teams as far south as the Bay Area, west to Ukiah and as far north as Fall River Mills. The tournament is the only California VEX Robotics competition north of San Francisco. Congratulations to Tournament Champions, Shasta High School team 9328z….
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