Sioux City Architect Receives Licensure

Cannon Moss Brygger Architects (CMBA) is pleased to announce that Scott Anderson has attained architectural licensure in the State of Iowa.

Anderson has fulfilled the requirements for licensure, which included completion of the Intern Development Program (IDP) and passing the Architectural Registration Exam (ARE). Licensure is the highest form of professional regulation.

Anderson joined the CMBA staff in October 2011. He has a Bachelor of Art degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska and his Masters in Architecture degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Anderson has been a key member of the CMBA design team, contributing to numerous projects including: Morningside College’s Learning Center and American State Bank in Sioux Center, Iowa.

Following college, a minimum of 3 years work experience is tracked through the Intern Development Program (IDP), which ensures that the work experience gained is guided under a licensed architect and covers all aspects of professional practice. Upon completion of IDP and the Architectural Registration Exam (ARE), the intern becomes a licensed architect. Through the seven-division examination, the ARE concentrates on the professional services that affect the public health, safety and welfare.

CMBA currently operates in three locations: Sioux City, Iowa; Spencer, Iowa; and Grand Island, Nebraska.