Business Briefs March 26, 2019
CCY Architects welcomes two new partners
Todd Kennedy and Alex Klumb have joined the ownership of Cottle Carr Yaw Architects. Kennedy and Klumb have led the design of award-winning residences in Colorado, as well as numerous resort and hospitality projects around the country, according to a press release.
Kennedy was recently recognized for his exceptional design leadership as the recipient of the 2018 AIA10 award given by the six-state AIA Western Mountain Region to an architect licensed less than 10 years. He is actively involved in the design of custom residences in Aspen, Telluride, and Lake Tahoe; a mixed-use complex in downtown Telluride; and a hospitality project in Squaw Valley, Calif. Kennedy serves on the board of the Tenth Mountain Hut Association.
Klumb is leading design on custom residences in Aspen, Telluride, and Miami, as well as two Montana projects: an on-mountain restaurant at the Yellowstone Club and a boutique lodge at Moonlight Basin. His recent projects include a private art gallery in Aspen, a residential project in Changchun, China, and two projects for the Aspen Skiing Company: the Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center in Snowmass Village, and the Hideout at Buttermilk Mountain. He has been an active member of the Architects’ Roundtable, an invitation-only association of twelve firms from around the country, and he is a member of the Aspen Institute’s Society of Fellows.
Shelbi Bauer leads Rifle branches for Alpine Bank
Alpine Bank has promoted Shelbi Bauer to serve as vice president and manager of the Rifle and South Rifle branches. Bauer started with the organization in 2011, first as a teller and then moving quickly into roles as customer service representative, loan assistant and commercial loan administrator.
In recognition of her talent, she was selected for Alpine’s management trainee program in 2015. From there, she was promoted to banking officer serving the Rifle community, and as her predecessor retired in late 2018, Bauer stepped into senior management.
She serves as vice chair of the Rifle Community Foundation, treasurer of the Rifle Area Chamber of Commerce and board member of the Rifle Economic Development Council.
Bauer is a fourth generation Glenwood Springs native; she earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in 2008. She and husband Ben spend every spare moment with their young son Bodie and their two Labrador retrievers. The family is in process of relocating from Carbondale to New Castle in the spring.
Tina Abbott joins Figura Spa
Tina Abbott, formerly with Styles Salon, has relocated to Figura Salon at 1317 Grand Ave. #117 in Glenwood Springs. Abbott specializes in color and haircuts for women, men and children. For an appointment call 970-948-4457.
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