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PGAV to Help Imaginations Take Flight at Nation’s Most Popular Museum

Destination Design Firm Supports Transformation of Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum   From da Vinci to the Wright brothers to Armstrong, the history of air and space travel continually soars at the cutting edge of human progress. The nation’s top air and space museum is making progress of its own as it embarks on… Continue reading.

Growing St. Louis Design Firm Adds Six New Creative People

Designers, Architects, and Storytellers Add Their Talents to Global PGAV Destinations Team St. Louis-based design firm PGAV Destinations announces the hiring of an additional six new team members, bringing a variety of fresh and experienced talent to the growing team. “As the health of the global economy continues its overall strengthening, we see a rejuvenated… Continue reading.

PGAV Destinations’ Michael Linenbroker Promoted to Vice President

Leading International Attraction Designer Grows Mentorship and Development Program The global planning and design firm PGAV Destinations announced that Mike Linenbroker has been promoted from Senior Project Architect to Vice President. “Mike has modelled impressive professionalism and leadership over his past 25 years with the firm,” said Mike Konzen, PGAV Principal and Chair. “I look… Continue reading.

Destinologist Becomes Member of International Think Tank

PGAV Destinations VP Tom Owen Joins Board of Institute for Learning and Innovation St. Louis-based PGAV Destinations Vice President and Senior Planner and Designer Tom Owen was recently honored by joining The Institute for Learning and Innovation (ILI), the foremost think tank for free-choice learning. In his 30-year career as a strategic planner and creative… Continue reading.

Chishui Peninsula Resort Now under Construction

China’s Newest Waterpark Designed by PGAV Destinations PGAV Destinations-designed Chishui Peninsula Resort Changjiang Peninsula Cultural Industry Park is now under construction in Chishui, China, with the opening scheduled for 2019. The highly-thematic, immersive 56-acre park will transport guests to “Dinosaur City,” an ancient, hidden land where residents work devoutly to preserve and hatch precious dinosaur… Continue reading.