Cassville Chamber welcomes Paragon Architecture

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting for Paragon Architecture, of Springfield. Those pictured include, front row, from left: Mindi Artherton, Kelly Mills, Annette Henderson, Brad Erwin, Jarod Younglove and Landon Fletcher. Back row: Mark Smith, Dusty Reid, Jeremy Marple and Angela Seymour. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Paragon Architecture, located at 430 S. Glenstone Ave. in Springfield, has joined the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce.

Paragon Architecture has provided architectural services in Missouri since 2010 and is united by a common strategy: a reputation for creative thinking and focused expertise in design. The Paragon approach brings the whole team to the drafting table, focusing on the clients' needs, the firm's knowledge and consultants wisdom to meet the specific needs of each project.

"Our approach is to enrich the communities with great projects and to support the communities that support our firm," said Brad Erwin, president of Paragon Architecture. "We have been fortunate to design two projects for the Cassville School District and would like to support and be involved in the Cassville business community."

Paragon recently designed the 11,300-square-foot multi-purpose FEMA Building and Event Center added to the Cassville School District campus. Staff at Paragon are currently working on the design of the 9,400-square-foot activity facility currently under construction at Cassville High School that will provide a FEMA safe room access for students and staff.

The completion date is scheduled for August. Paragon is also assisting Cassville R-4 with strategic planning for capital project needs and improvements. They are working with the district to provide analysis and cost estimates on the proposed no-tax increase bond issue this April.