Nate Appleman leads 360 Architecture's collegiate sports market. He has worked with college and university athletic programs across multiple conferences and at every division level, providing expertise in facilities master planning as well as programming and design for stadiums, arenas, training facilities and other venues. Nate helps programs achieve their athletic performance, recruiting and identity objectives through efficient, user-focused venues that reflect an exceptional understanding of the day-to-day needs of coaches, administrators and student-athletes.
Jim Calcara is a founding principal of 360 Architecture. During the course of his distinguished career, Jim has demonstrated passion and expertise in urban design, influencing particularly the pattern of urban development in Kansas City. Jim’s focus has been innovative design coupled with solid business sense, driven by and respectful of clients’ needs and budget concerns. He possesses unique expertise in translating programming, environmental, quality and budgetary criteria into cohesive design solutions, and is recognized for the ability to create a “sense of place” through subtle design elements that are as creative as they are functional.
John Eyler’s organization and attention to detail distinguishes his professional project management style. John is a diligent project architect and has extensive experience managing and coordinating consultants on small and large, multi-phase projects. A principal of 360 Architecture, he has been involved in the design of commercial, civic and sports facilities for two decades.
Anton Foss approaches the practice of architecture fueled by his belief that the success of the project as a whole comes first and ensures positive results for all. Anton’s approach, coupled with his passion for high-quality work, has produced successful results on many projects. With his advanced education in construction document technology and construction contract administration, and his experience across diverse project types, Anton is highly qualified for any architectural challenge.
Reputation in the field of architectural design is established through the consistent completion of projects that gain favorable recognition. Since beginning his architectural design career in 1986, George Heinlein has been known for innovation in the design of major sports, public assembly and mixed-use buildings. George is a founding principal of 360 Architecture, and his creative design solutions have received significant praise from owners, government officials and community groups as well as numerous design publications.
Bill Johnson, a senior principal of 360 Architecture, approaches design with a pen and paper rather than technology. He is a strong believer in client input and interaction from the beginning of the design process. His experience spans 25 years on projects ranging from stadiums and arenas to corporate headquarters and entertainment districts, and the common thread is Bill’s ability to always find the unexpected design solution and creative opportunity. Recipient of the 40 under Forty award from the Sports Business Journal, he is a nationally recognized leader in his profession.
A founding principal of 360 Architecture and recipient of the first dual-degree in Architecture and Interior Architecture from Kansas State University, Marvin Manlove has focused his career on increasing the importance of interiors as part of architectural solutions. He is recognized for his expertise in workplace planning and design, and his designs have been published in Architectural Record, Interiors and Interiors & Sources. Marvin’s honors include an IBD Gold Award for product design. He also holds several design patents.
A principal of 360 Architecture, Scott Ralston has more than 20 years of experience delivering projects that exceed client expectations. Providing management and technical coordination of small and large complex project types, Scott leads the efficient and effective coordination of clients, multiple design firms, and consultant teams with an eye towards excellence while ensuring a balance of design, budget, and schedule objectives.
David Rezac has devoted his career to creating a robust Kansas City. An expert in urban revitalization, David provides an acute understanding of the integrated needs of developers, builders, and civic officials. His extensive experience spans two decades in the master planning, design and project management of complex development projects. As a principal of 360 Architecture, he is an effective, personable leader, adept at fostering collaborative and creative project teams that achieve the goals clients envision for their projects. Deeply committed to an array of civic organizations, David has helped breathe fresh life into Kansas City’s urban community.
A principal of 360 Architecture, Steven Roark oversees projects that incorporate all aspects of the design process. Drawing on his extensive background in architecture and interior architecture devoted primarily to corporate office space, he deeply understands the issues that must be identified and resolved to provide efficient, productive and high-quality work environments. Steven also oversees staffing and resource management for our firm.
Brad Schrock is a founding principal of 360 Architecture and has achieved over the past two decades a record of visionary architectural designs across an array of sports, entertainment, corporate and mixed-use projects. Brad is recognized for the extraordinary personal commitment he brings to each project along with his deep understanding of the built environment, including the commercial, public and communal interests that shape it. His designs consistently inspire while providing enduring solutions to complex land development challenges.
With more than 20 years of planning and design experience, Peter Sloan exemplifies 360 Architecture’s philosophy of designing “from the inside-out.” As both architect and Senior Interior Designer, Peter has extensive experience incorporating user needs within building design solutions. A principal of 360 Architecture, Peter expresses design through nuances of color, elegance of form and the power of detail, and has provided innovative design solutions for a wide range of project types.
Tracy Stearns is a founding principal of 360 Architecture. Tracy’s focus is interior design, specifically imaging and branding designs for diverse projects, from restaurants to residences to sports facilities. With a gift for unexpected and arresting combinations of colors and textures, Tracy consistently demonstrates flexibility and possibility while embracing the virtues of practicality and thrift.
Chris Trainer is a senior principal and Chief Financial Officer of 360 Architecture. Over her two decade-plus career with 360, Chris has been a visionary, leading our practice through major business transitions while making sure our professionals and clients have what they need to succeed. With a passion for civic involvement, Chris has been the Chair of the Planning Commission for Lee’s Summit, Missouri, and served on numerous other boards.
A senior principal of 360 Architecture, Tom Waggoner has more than 25 years of experience working with multi-disciplined project teams in the planning and design of complex sports facilities. Tom’s proven ability to successfully lead clients and user groups through the planning and design process is based on his superior project management skills and extensive knowledge of sports facilities. Tom is adept at facilitation and consensus-building, which are crucial skills in the development of design solutions for multi-use facilities.
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