As a Project Designer, Chris helps lead the programming and design process. His expertise lies in blending a rigorous planning methodology that meets the utilization and functional expectations with the more aspirational and intuitive aspects of design that underlie 21st Century education.
Chris has significant experience in the planning of innovative research and undergraduate learning spaces. Most recently, he helped lead the programming, design and construction of a new $65 million academic and research engineering building for Colorado State University; an interdisciplinary engineering building at South Dakota State University; and a new 125,000 sq. ft. STEM building for Metro State University. He is currently leading the design of a new chemistry research building at Colorado State University.
These collective experiences, combined with Chris’ collaborative, easy to understand leadership style, makes for a design process that is engaging and fulfilling for everyone involved.
- Graduate Studies, Ball State University
- Bachelor of Architecture, Ball State University
- LEED Accredited Professional