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“Successful architecture is listening to client expectations and respecting architectural integrity while balancing project budget and schedule.”
John’s project management skills have been hone over the last 25 years to specialize in pediatric healthcare facilities. In college, he was interested in historic preservation and thought his career would take that path. All of that changed when one of his first projects was an historic renovation of a healthcare facility. That project altered his view about architecture and how it can affect the lives of its users, especially those who are ill. Today, John still maintains his desire to manage pediatric projects, but is now taking it to the next level. John states, “It’s an exciting time to be in architecture. With all of the data we have collected and all of the tools at our disposal, we can now design buildings more efficiently and effectively. This is something our clients appreciate.”
Registered Architect: Texas
Master of Architecture, Texas A&M University
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University
Did You Know?
As the son of a military father, John had the opportunity to travel all over the world growing up.