AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Randy has a broad range of K12 education, higher education, and athletic facility design experience. He was Project Manager for the University of Virginia’s $80 million Scott Stadium expansion and renovation. The three-year, multi-phased project was successfully completed in 2000 without interrupting football season. Randy also contributed to the design of John Paul Jones Arena’s exterior skin and trademark interior east façade of performance space.
He also served as both Project Manager and Project Architect for the University’s new Indoor Practice Facility and Lannigan Track & Field renovation. Randy’s well-rounded design portfolio also includes the award-winning Burning Daylight Stables in Albemarle County, the new Student Center at Stockton University, and the new Cregger Recreation Center at Roanoke College.
One of Randy’s many strengths is his devotion to client service. Whether through project management or design and documentation, Randy is committed to ensuring that each detail of a project is refined and reflected in the final design and, ultimately, built form. His conscientious approach and affable personality make him a pleasure to work with and ensure a successful project is delivered.
Master of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Virginia, 1988