The most rewarding aspects of Pat's work are the integration of technology and design within historically significant and contextually sensitive spaces. He loves crawling through historic buildings, getting his hands dirty, and then tracking down and solving the problem. Design and logistical challenges that demand innovative solutions are the fuel of his creativity. The process of breathing new life into historic places through leadership and multi-level collaboration, and transforming them to meet the evolving needs of our clients, while also celebrating the essence of what makes places special, is what drives him as a professional.
“A key aspect of our corporate culture is commitment to community. I see it in the initiative that our people take to be leaders, to get involved in organizations, to give back and to make the world a better place.”
- University of Michigan, Master of Architecture in Historic Preservation Architecture, 1996;
- University of Michigan, B.S., 1992