posted by Tori Liggett
The end of 2015 has marked a productive year for JGA, and just in time to look forward at new projects, we are proud to announce that one-time student intern Jonathan Langdon has returned to our staff as a full-time employee. A recent graduate of Texas Tech University's Master of Architecture program, Jonathan now shares his skills, knowledge, and enthusiasm with our team and our clients on a full-time basis. We are pleased to have him back and look forward to the wonderful contributions we know he will bring to our work.
This spring Jonathan contributed to a collaborative graduate product design class project funded by the 1% for the arts public art program. The project, seating for Robert Bruno Plaza, consists of benches integrated into a paved plaza constructed for the relocation of Lubbock architect Robert Bruno's famous steel sculpture to the Texas Tech University campus.