CMBA Architects is pleased to announce that Matthew Kreutzer has attained architectural licensure in the State of Nebraska.
Kreutzer 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.
Kreutzer joined the CMBA staff in 2015. He has a Master of Architecture degree from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Kreutzer has been a key member of the CMBA design team, contributing to numerous projects including projects for: City of Grand Island, Grand Island Public Schools and Hastings Public Schools.
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 five-division examination, the ARE concentrates on the professional services that affect the public health, safety and welfare.