Boise-based CTA architect Brock Martinson was recently named to the Idaho Business Review’s 15th annual “Accomplished Under 40” list. IBR recognized Martinson for his affiliations with Boise Young Professionals, Leadership Boise, and the Idaho Smart Growth Board; and his 2013 commitment – with wife Johanna – to becoming a foster parent.
Martinson, 30, holds a B.S. in Environmental Design and a master’s degree in Architecture from North Dakota State University. His lengthy resume includes architectural designs for Idaho organizations such as Parma-headquartered Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds, Glanbia Foods of Twin Falls, the City of Meridian, and the Kimberly School District.
“It’s such an honor to receive this award,” Martinson said. “I’m humbled to be included amongst such distinguished leaders in our state and I sincerely look forward to finding additional opportunities to serve my clients and the community.”
Jason Butler, associate principal at CTA, had high praise for Martinson, calling him “a dedicated professional that is participatory, communicative and respectful.”
Added architect Tim Miller, a CTA principal: “Brock is always working to improve himself and the environment in which he works. He is a great asset to our Boise community.”
The CTA team applauds Brock on winning this prestigious award, and thanks the Idaho Business Review for recognizing one of our bright, young stars!