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“Successful projects are measured in the short term by meeting the client’s goals, objectives, schedule and budget. However, they are measured in the long term by being flexible enough to accommodate the client’s ongoing changing needs through innovation and foresight.”
Combining the thousands of pieces and parts it takes to develop a project from conception to completion is the component of the architectural process that motivates Jeff. “From the initial client’s objectives and functional requirements to the form-shaping and aesthetics, the code, weatherproofing and technical aspects, it takes a lot to put together a building. It’s an extremely interwoven and complex process.” In his 36-year career, Jeff has been responsible for designing and managing more than 40 projects – from corporate headquarters to mixed-use developments to government and justice facilities – totaling over 12 million square feet. “When a client says, ‘You gave us exactly what we wanted and we’re very proud of it,’ that’s what makes the process come full circle,” he adds.
Registered Architect: Ohio, Maryland, District of Columbia
Certified, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Accredited Professional
Bachelor of Architecture, Kent State University
Bachelor of Science, Kent State University
Did You Know
Early in his career, Jeff designed furniture – from chairs to dining tables. His Square Table design was selected for the First Annual Design Awards, a furniture design competition sponsored by Texas Homes magazine. Jeff has been a collector of vintage mid-century modern furniture for many years.