Norman Berry Associates Architects (KNBA) is pleased to announce promotions and new hires.
Curtis Thrush, AIA, LEED GA, brings 20 years of experience to KNBA and has been promoted to Associate. He has built and maintained strong client relationships with exemplary delivery of services, strengthening the foundation of high quality staff and client relations that are the hallmark of KNBA.
Curtis is passionate about good design and is motivated by the positive impact architecture can have on individual’s lives through the built environment. Curtis graduated from the University of Kentucky, College of Architecture in 1997.
Curtis contributes to our community and holds a board position on the Cain Center for the Disabled and the Burrito Riders of Louisville organizations.
Carter Scott, AIA, has been promoted to Associate. He is involved in all phases of project design and management and has 12 years of architectural experience and nearly 20 years in the construction field. Carter has demonstrated the high professional integrity and ethics necessary to represent KNBA both internally and externally.
Carter’s expertise and passions are adaptive reuse projects, restaurant, residential and small commercial design. Carter received his Master of Architecture degree from Tulane University, with honors.
Carter is active in the community and is a member of the Louisville Area Furniture Society.
Leigh House has joined K Norman Berry Associates as a Designer. She participates in all phases of the design and modeling process, focusing on a diverse collection of projects, including historic preservation, adaptive reuse, commercial, residential, and healthcare. She brings an extensive knowledge of site documentation, energy analysis, and BIM modeling to the firm.
Leigh received her master degrees in Architecture and Historic Preservation from Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning and graduated with honors.