Author Archives: CQstaff
The Empire Builder Endurance Test
Principal Architect Ben Lloyd survives the Amtrak endurance test. This is post 7 in a series of 9 MTQBatical stories.
Complete with handouts and post-project analysis (learn baby, learn!), Comma-Q gathered this afternoon to celebrate the completion of Building N at the Cannery District. It was a Closeout Party!
Sweet Wrinkled Peas!
A hundred years ago Bozeman was known as the “Sweet Pea capital of the nation”, recognizing the region’s prolific edible pea crop. Over 17,000 acres of the Gallatin Valley were planted in edible peas, producing 75% of the nation’s crop. …
Two Tons Of Tree
Two tons of tree in a single massive wood plank. Cross Laminated Timber creates an efficient, sustainable and beautiful building at the Community Food Co-op.
A Reflective Post
The unconscious gestures of everyday life are translated into an engaging performance by renowned choreographer Ann Carlson, and Comma-Q sets the stage.
Comma-Q, 62.5% Architects. It makes us exceptionally powerful (and cool).
Crossing Paths at Barnard Hall
The new Barnard Hall entry is an active, light-filled space that inspires student interaction and collaboration.
Team Building. Again.
Kelly Olinger is new. Brand new. They say change is hard, but sometimes change is easy
Comma-Q Architecture is so pleased to announce the addition of Elizabeth Growney to our team!
Sten Witmer and Mike Guiliano are Registered Architects! Congratulations on a job well done. With the addition of these two, Comma-Q Architecture is now 62.5% Architects (5/8).
Comma-Q Architecture and our entire team of design professionals are proud to receive a 2016 AIA Merit Award for Jabs Hall at Montana State University.
Jamrog In The House!
Comma-Q Architecture is pleased to welcome Stephanie Jamrog to our creative and experienced staff.
Montana Hall was destroyed. At least that's what we told the kids.
The event was the 2016 Monforton Art & Culture Fair, the annual fundraiser to support Arts and Cultural Education at Monforton School.
Jabs Hall, home stretch.
Into its 20th month of construction, Jabs Hall is almost home to the new Montana State University College of Business. Dick Anderson Construction expects to turn the building over to MSU in early February. Look for a ribbon cutting in …
Good tidings we bring to you and your kin!
(now bring us some figgy pudding)