We are proud to announce that two of our team members have passed the Architects Registration Exam®.
Nick Henninger has been an employee of Chambless King for five years and has been promoted to Project Architect. Nick is responsible for both residential and commercial design projects.
Nick received both his Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Interior Architecture degrees from Auburn University. While at Auburn, he won multiple awards such as the Faculty Book Award, the Frank J. Sindelar Endowed Scholarship, the Timothy Andrew Smith Scholarship, the Seay, Seay & Litchfield Scholarship and the Jenkins Brick Scholarship. Other awards include: Honorable Mention PELLA / J.F. Day Portfolio Design Competition, Honorable Mention Alagasco Housing Competition, Honorable Mention ACMA Student Design Competition and Honorable Mention AWPA Student Design Competition.
Mike Shows also recently passed the Architects Registration Exam® and his position at CK has been promoted to Project Architect. Responsible for residential and commercial design projects, Mike has been an employee of Chambless King for five years.
Mike received his Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University. While at Auburn, Mike was very involved with the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) through participation in various student groups including the American Institute of Architectural Students and the CADC Student Ambassadors program, which he served as President of in 2009. Combining his education in the classroom with hands on experience, Mike participated in the Rural Studio program as well participated in the Design Habitat 2.1 Design build team, part of Habitat for Humanity organization where he helped design and build homes in the Greensboro area. He was also recognized by the Auburn Architecture program through winning multiple awards such as first place in the Pella Portfolio Competition and the 4th year Student Design Competition and second place in the ACMA Student Design Competition. Before joining Chambless King, Mike spent one summer teaching English at the PuiYing Secondary School in Hong Kong and later spent a summer interning at Durden Architecture in Nashville.