The $85 million Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts is under construction in Greensboro, N.C. (Courtesy Greensboro Coliseum Complex) Atlanta-based firm helped design sports venues, new Greensboro PAC Rosser International, a longtime Atlanta architecture firm that helped design three stadiums in the city plus Infinite Energy Arena in suburban Gwinnett County, has closed its business, according to multiple sources. Fred Krenson, who as a senior vice president was among the top executives at Rosser before retiring in 2017 after 38 years at the firm, confirmed the information. Krenson said he was recently in contact with Rosser officials who told him the company would cease operations.  “It’s true and it’s sad,” said David Southerland, executive director of the American Institute of Architects’ Atlanta chapter, whose lifetime achievement award is named for Bernard “Rocky” Rothschild, founder of Alexander and Rothschild, which evolved into Rosser International. “Their biggest challenge was they didn’t… Continue Reading Architect Rosser International Closes Doors

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