Hannah brings a year of prior architectural design and production experience to the firm, and has worked in Hattiesburg, Jackson, and New York City. She is passionate about finding innovative solutions in architecture and continually growing her knowledge of the field. In school, she was actively involved with multiple student organizations while maintaining a competitive GPA and received accolades based on both academics and design work. She has a personal interest in botany and loves spending time outdoors. She has been a hobbyist for many years and enjoys discovering new and creative ventures to pursue in her free time. Committed to the world of architecture, Hannah is excited to continue learning and growing as a designer at CCD!
“Jared Pierce and Kirk Oldenburg presented to visiting students from Bridgwater and Taunton College in England (yes, the United Kingdom England!). The presentation focused on the process of a typical CCD project, specifically focusing on the B.B. King Museum in Indianola, MS which the students would later visit as part of their U.S. itinerary. The B.B. King Museum, which won an AIA Mississippi Honor Award, was a great introduction to working with a unique program, renovation of an existing (and historic) structure, and a new construction addition. CCD was also honored to return to the museum site and design the memorial garden where B.B. King is laid to rest. Following the presentation, the students got to tour CCD’s office and learn more about how the firm operated. They especially liked learning the history of the CCD building renovation and the rooftop deck drew lots of photos! The visit closed after a short walk to Hal & Mal’s where the students enjoyed gumbo and fried catfish po-boys.”
We are pleased to announce that Kirk Oldenburg, AIA, NCARB, has recently joined Canizaro Cawthon Davis Architects as a Project Architect. Kirk earned a Bachelors in Architectural Engineering with Honors at the University of Southern Mississippi and Masters of Architecture at Louisiana State University. Kirk brings 8 years of prior architectural design, production and construction experience to the firm and has worked on multiple projects in Mississippi and Louisiana. Select projects include Delgado/Ochsner Center for Nursing and Allied Health, Tulane Goldring/Woldenberg Business School, NW Jackson Middle School, Highland Corporate Headquarters, and Poland Avenue Cruise Terminal. Kirk lives in Clinton with his wife Kellis, and son Ryder, and attends First United Methodist Church of Clinton.
CCD is pleased to be a part of the new Children’s Dream Center, a joint project between Show Merci International and Pinelake Church, located in a remote village outside of Kampala, Uganda.
The Dream Center will be the central hub for children’s community events, tutoring and learning, recreation, health & wellness programs, leadership and vocational training and other activities.
CCD designed the 465 square meter (5,000 SF), 2 story building in the traditional Uganda village style. Construction is currently underway and being built by local craftsmen.
The First, ANBA’s newest bank and first in Madison County held their grand opening ceremony on February 25, 2020. There was a tremendous turnout including Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler of Madison the City who cut the ribbon. The bank’s CEO and President, Hoppy Cole remarked that “it’s a beautiful building, it’s what we needed and its now our flagship bank across all 5 states “. Canizaro Cawthon Davis is proud to have designed this project with The First team and wishes great success to The First, ANBA.
Canizaro Cawthon Davis is excited to announce the promotion of Jared Pierce, AIA to Principal. Jared is a proven leader and enjoys working closely with his clients to achieve success. He has been an integral part of CCD’s team for twenty years and became an Associate in 2012. Jared has designed and managed a wide variety of project types that include healthcare, churches, schools, banks, and retail developments. A Louisville native, he graduated cum laude from Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture in 1999. In 2012, he served as President of the American Institute of Architects, Mississippi Chapter, and is currently the Secretary of the Rotary Club of Madison-Ridgeland. He lives in Madison with his wife, Heather, and three sons. They are active at Broadmoor Baptist Church, and he enjoys coaching youth sports and playing golf in his free time. In the 80 year history of Canizaro Cawthon Davis, Jared is the sixth shareholder and joins principals Danny Cawthon, AIA and Steve Davis, AIA.
Jared Pierce, (right) a member of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club, received his Paul Harris Fellowship pin during a recent meeting. The distinction is awarded after a $1,000 level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation is attained. Shown with Pierce is club President Sharon Moulder.