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Vrooman Chosen to 2014 Men of Distinction Class | Tulsa Business & Legal News

19-Dec-2014

TULSA, OK – Scott Vrooman, TriArch Architecture’s founder and owner, was selected to the 2014 “Men of Distinction” class for Tulsa Business & Legal News newspaper. The award is presented to honorees “who exhibit true leadership on a daily basis to their families, those they work with and the community,” according to the newspaper. “They demonstrate by example, how to have fulfillment in professional success, as well as an ability and desire to give back to their community.”

 


 

 

The paper printed the following about Scott:

 

“Scott Vrooman is the founder and co-owner of TriArch Architecture, a growing architectural firm specializing in purpose-driven architecture and located in Tulsa.

He has served on the board of Eastern Oklahoma Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for two terms. Currently, Vrooman sits on the board of the American Theatre Company.

 

In addition, this Man of Distinction is a past board member of Shepherd’s Fold Ranch in Avant. He is a member of Leadership Tulsa Class 48, and has supported many notable charities with time and money, including Child Abuse Network, John 3:16 Mission, Crossover Community Impact, Cornerstone Community Center and Life Church in Jenks.

 

Vrooman graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in architectural engineering. He is a licensed architect in Oklahoma , Colorado and Texas. He has designed more than 500 residential and 200 commercial structures in and around Oklahoma over a 27 year career.

 

He is a member of the Citizen Potawatomi tribe and his firm is a TERO-certified Indian-owned business. He started TriArch to focus on providing architecture to clients with a purpose and a cause. TriArch specializes in designing K-12 schools, churches, non-profits, and tribal architecture.

 

In 2009, TriArch invested in downtown Tulsa by purchasing and locating their offices there. AT the time, it was Tulsa’s first LEED-registered building located within the inner-dispersal loop. The building has several sustainable features, including a grass roof, innovative ventilation and recycled materials.

 

Scott’s wife, Mary, is a certified interior designer and is the co-owner and director of Interiors for TriArch.”

 

TriArch is a Native American-owned firm who emphasizes purpose-driven architecture. specializing in schools, churches, non-profit, wellness, and tribal architecture, TriArch was founded in 2004 and has offices in downtown Tulsa.


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