HDG’s Randy Hunter Becomes a Licensed Architect
October 1, 2018
Randy Hunter, AIA, Project Architect at Hayes Design Group Architects (HDG), recently obtained his professional architect’s license after passing the Architectural Registration Exam (ARE) and completing the Architectural Experience Program (AXP). Randy holds a Masters of Architecture, Masters of Business Administration and Bachelors of Architecture and Environmental Design from Kent State University, and is now licensed to practice as an Architect in Pennsylvania.
At HDG, Randy is responsible for all phases of design work from programming through construction and project closeout, selecting finish materials, and performing construction administration duties. He manages work of Associate Architects and coordinates design and production work of consultants. Randy is also the 3D Visualization Lead for the office.
Randy has five years of experience including experience with educational, commercial, residential, government and religious buildings. Recent projects he has worked on include the North Fayette County Municipal Authority Water Treatment Plant currently in design, the Springdale Water Treatment Plant Addition and Renovation currently under construction, the Peters Township High School currently under construction, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Woodstock Ward Additions and Alterations.
“To Randy’s credit, he accepted the firm’s challenge to become registered within three years of joining HDG, and utilized the firm’s resources for supporting interns to meet that goal ahead of time. We applaud his efforts and are excited to have another registered professional in our office to help serve our clients and their design needs,” stated Kevin Hayes, AIA, Principal and Founder, Hayes Design Group Architects.
For more about Randy and the rest of the HDG team, visit: http://www.hayesdesign.com/meet-our-team/