Robert has 20 years of national and international experience working on a variety of project types, including education, office, and convention center facilities. Robert has focused on business education for the past ten years, working closely with universities’ stakeholders to determine pre-design metrics for benchmarking, project visioning, programming, design, delivery, and three post-occupancy evaluation studies. He is passionate about how well-designed facilities can help schools realize the full potential of their programs to foster collaboration and innovation. His experience gives him a unique insight into how teamwork can be used to deliver exceptional results on large, complex projects. Robert earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University as well as completed a study abroad program and received a Graduate in Professional Practice from Southbank University in London, United Kingdom.
Some of Robert’s representative projects include the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion at the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, Founders Hall, Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, and the Summit III Office Tower.