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JLG promotes 2, hires 1 to National Sports Studio

JLG Architects has announced three strategic moves to expand the footprint of its national Sports Studio. A new hire and two principal promotions bolster the firm’s depth of expertise in multi-sport and mixed-use entertainment venues, community recreation centers, and ice facilities.

JLG Architects has welcomed Ryan Rademacher AIA, principal, to the firm’s national Sports Studio team. Rademacher, formerly of MG McGrath, brings 23 years of architectural experience, with specialized expertise in virtual design and construction, complex and high-performing facades, and strategic operations planning. He will set and implement the strategic vision for the design of sports and community recreational facilities, including management of the technical development of system design.

Rademacher joins JLG’s team of nearly 200 employee-owners and the firm’s award-winning Sports Studio led by Tom Betti, AIA, NCARB, principal architect, along with Adam Barnett, AIA, principal architect, and Adam Davidson, AIA, LEED AP, principal architect.

Adam Davidson, a U.S. Army combat veteran and registered architect in North Dakota, Oregon, Minnesota, and South Dakota, was promoted to principal architect. Davidson has led JLG’s project teams and collegiate clients since 2016, completing some of the firm’s most significant sports projects, including Augustana University’s Midco Arena in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Adam Barnett, AIA, recreation and sports specialist, has also been promoted to principal architect. With 15 years of experience, Barnett spearheads the firm’s community and recreation projects, leveraging recreation facility studies, sports and rec programming, and community growth trends.

A registered architect in Minnesota and North Dakota, Barnett has been part of the region’s most successful rec centers, including White Bear Lake Sports Center in White Bear Lake.

Scott Kowski joins Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors

Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors recently announced the affiliation of Scott Kowski to its real estate agent team.

With this partnership, Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors solidifies its commitment to providing unparalleled service and expertise to clients in the Sauk Centre area.

Kowski brings a wealth of knowledge and passion for real estate to the table. His background in the title industry makes him a valuable asset to both buyers and sellers navigating today’s competitive market, according to Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors.

Scott Kowski

“I am thrilled to join Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors,” said Kowski. “Their reputation for excellence and dedication to client satisfaction align perfectly with my own values. I look forward to leveraging the resources and support of Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors to deliver exceptional results for my clients.”

For more information or to connect with Kowski, visit or contact Kowsi directly at 320-293-0444.

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