NEWS AND STORIES
All Lettermans Offices Open Monday
(August 14, 2016)
All Lettermans Offices across South Louisiana (Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette, Lake Charles) will be open Monday, August 15 with a limited crew of those not directly affected by the historic floods.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been impacted by this event.
GNO Fair Housing “Fit for a King”
(January 15, 2016)
On January 15, 2016, the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center hosted the annual Fit for A King Conference. This year’s conference focused on Bringing Justice Home: Fair Housing in an Era of Gentrification and Displacement. Lettermans was proud to help support the conference, which explores practices for actively protecting the future of fair housing and civil rights work in Louisiana.
(January 4, 2016)
This year Lettermans upped our commitment to the Delta Regional Chapter of the IIDA by signing on as a Gold sponsor of the chapter. We hope that our contributions go a long way to helping them achieve their goals for the upcoming year.
NOMA Rise Conference
(October 14-17, 2015)
Lettermans served as a major sponsor and provided signs, graphics and printed material to the National Organization of Minority Architects’ national convention in New Orleans. The RISE Conference drew hundreds of attendees from all across the United States, all of whom share our values of community service and “social justice by design.”
10 Years 10 Stories
(August 1, 2015)
Lettermans is a major sponsor and contributor to an exhibit developed by AIA New Orleans, titled “10Years10Stories” which highlights the critical roles that architects have played in the recovery and renaissance of the city over the last decade. Working with a dedicated committee of architects, Lettermans created signage, graphics and fabricated the entire exhibit. The result is a collective memory showcasing the power of architecture to effect change. Committee chair Mary Gilmore, AIA, called it “an inspiration and calling to the next generation of leaders shaping the built environment.”