Blog updates

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euis mod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore mag na aliq uam erat volutpat.

Aug 16, 2019
JLA Architects Announces New Madison Office Location

Architecture Firm Moving to Yahara Riverfront Redevelopment   MADISON — JLA Architects announced today it will be moving its Madison office to a new mixed-used development “The Current”, on the Yahara River in Monona. The Madison-based firm, founded in 2007, has outgrown their current eastside location. A September move date is being planned. The firm’s […]

Continue Reading

Jan 28, 2019
Home Sharing

Janet Abelson knew she wanted to remain in her hometown of El Cerrito for the rest of her life… Janet served as the town’s mayor from 2002-2017. Today, she still serves on the City Council, a position she’s held since 1999.  El Cerrito was home to her.  El Cerrito IS home to her.  As a […]

Continue Reading

Rafeeq Asad Joins JLA Architects
Dec 12, 2018
Rafeeq Asad, One of Madison’s “40 Under 40”, Joins JLA Architects

MADISON, WIS. – JLA Architects is proud to announce that Rafeeq Asad has joined their Madison office. Asad was acknowledged as one of 2018’s “40 Under 40” by InBusiness Magazine earlier this year. As an Architectural Associate, he will be an integral part of our team in all phases of projects from design through construction […]

Continue Reading

Leading Age Conference - Fall 2018 | Green Bay, Wis.
Nov 14, 2018
Embrace Your Purpose

A Recap of the Fall 2018 Leading Age Conference   Leading Age Wisconsin is dedicated to serving the needs of aging adults and people with disabilities. Each year it holds conferences that have representation from all areas of this vital service sector. Everyone from community owners & operators to financial advisors and pharmaceutical reps can […]

Continue Reading

JLA Architects' Adam Fredendall presents with McGann Construction & JT Klein
Aug 06, 2018
Everyone deserves a place to call HOME

A recap of the “Home for Everyone” conference    by Joe Gallagher, JLA Architects On July 17th and 18th I had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Home for Everyone Conference in Green Bay, WI.  Every year, the Wisconsin Collaborative for Affordable Housing puts together a conference for developers, service providers, and design professionals to […]

Continue Reading

St-Ann-Center-Milwaukee-STEIN CAMPUS
Jun 29, 2018
St. Ann’s Center for Intergenerational Care

by Joe Gallagher Last month, I had the opportunity to take a tour of St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care’s Stein Campus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  I’ve heard a lot about the center’s programs and how seniors and children interact there every day. As soon as I set foot within the Center’s main lobby, the excitement […]

Continue Reading

Jun 26, 2018
2018 Aging Empowerment Conference Recap

by Joe Gallagher On June 14th & 15th, I immersed myself in a conference unlike any I have ever attended.. InControl Wisconsin hosted the 2018 Aging Empowerment Conference at the Crowne Plaza in Madison, Wis. There were over 115 professionals, caregivers and citizen advocates in attendance.  The aim of the conference was to discuss the […]

Continue Reading

May 21, 2018
Aging Empowerment 2018 Conference

|  By Joe Gallagher  |  On June 14th, I will be presenting at the 2018 Aging Empowerment Conference in Madison hosted by InControl Wisconsin.  The two-day event (June 14–15) is open to the public to participate and discuss the notion that older individuals should be empowered to live the life that THEY see fit.  This […]

Continue Reading

Apr 25, 2018
Canstruction 2018

ROCK ‘CAN’ ROLL THE 8TH ANNUAL CANSTRUCTION MADISON A community competition to end hunger By Brianna Kraft April 25, 2018— On Monday, I had the opportunity to participate in this year’s Canstruction Madison build day as a design expert. The annual event benefits Middleton Outreach Ministries (MOM), which is one of Dane County’s largest food […]

Continue Reading

Apr 19, 2018
Attracting (and maintaining) a Senior Care Workforce

by Joe Gallagher Recently, I’ve noticed a few articles popping up across various outlets discussing the senior care workforce crisis the nation is facing. The articles also touch on the lack of affordable options for seniors themselves to entertain the idea of moving into a senior community. All of them bring up very valid points […]

Continue Reading