Robb Harrop’s eye for tasteful, interesting design is well-matched by his unique ability to illustrate what he envisions. Utilizing a combination of both traditional and digital design methodologies, he has built a significant resume which includes projects such as the West Pavilion at the University of Utah Hospital and the Falcon Hill development at Hill Air Force Base. His focused interest on design is spread over a wide range of projects which includes Medical, Research, Commercial, Mixed-use developments and LDS Temples. Respected by colleagues, clients, and contractors alike, Robb is collaborative and approachable. He is especially aware of his clients’ needs and incorporates each of these elements into unique design solutions. His approach has proven to create award winning yet functional design.
Scott A. Larkin AIA, ACHA Senior Principal, Healthcare Planner
Scott Larkin’s 2008 article “Re-Inventing Hospitals for Patients” in Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine, is an apt summary of his leadership in promoting better medical treatment through well-designed architecture. Having served 10 years in the Navy Nurse Corps, Scott has the rare ability to simultaneously see medical planning through the eyes of both the caregiver and the designer. He is a passionate champion of patients, their families, and their care givers, as he designs to better the healing process. His passion extends to his role as a mentor to other planners in the firm, and to the profession at large through his multiple publications.
Peter D. Moyes AIA, LEED AP Senior Principal
Peter Moyes has multiple areas of expertise, including large urban commercial projects and municipal projects in Salt Lake City and the Intermountain West. His passion is to work with abstract concepts, such as words and mathematics, and from them to create three-dimentional solutions, to complex problems. His craft is in negotiating the balanced solution that results in the blended image of something “fantastic.” Notable projects of Peter’s include the Gateway tower West and Zions Bank Tower Office Building in downtown Salt Lake City, the Salt Palace, and multiple local, State and Federal library, police and courts projects.
Douglas A. Thimm AIA, LEED AP BD+C Senior Principal
Doug Thimm has an impressive portfolio of large-scale mixed-use projects. His work has been on the cutting edge of new urbanism and transit-oriented development. Of note is his role as the Master Architect for the 2.3 million square-foot Salt Lake City Gateway Shopping Center. This project includes retail/restaurant, office, residential, and entertainment venues, as well as public plaza and open spaces extending Salt Lake City’s “downtown experience” to the west. His ability to focus on the project’s global picture while maintaining touch with the intricate details has lead to his reputation for client advocacy and construction phase excellence.
Lisa Whoolery Ramidan AIA Senior Principal
With 27 years of architectural experience, Lisa’s curiosity of the world and people creates a unique perspective for her work in healthcare planning. She is interested in learning how people work, experience a space and what they value. Learning these values from patients and families as well as the caregivers, helps her create spaces that are not only a better healing environment, but also provides a safe and efficient workplace for the caregivers.
Julie Berreth AIA, LEED AP Senior Principal, VP of Operations
With 35+ years of architectural experience in Chicago and Salt Lake City, Julie Berreth has led the design of approximately 1.5 million square feet of high-end office and medical office space. She believes that the collaborative design process is the most rewarding and successful for all concerned, and works especially well within Design-Build and CM/GC project delivery methods. She facilitates the creative process with an eye toward design and constructability and assures that the client receives the best possible project for the available funds. Ask her about Design Economics if you are interested in maximizing return on investment for developer projects.
Mark A. Davis AIA Senior Principal, Chairman of the Board
With a talent for consensus building, Mark Davis has championed large collaborative project types, particularly those that involve Design Build and Construction Management delivery methods. His list of work for repeat clients is very long because of his record of delivering highly functional, economical, and esthetically pleasing projects in a teaming environment. Notable work includes Sysco Food Distribution Centers and the 20 million square-foot Falcon Hill Aerospace Research Park mixed-use development at Hill Air Force Base, to be built over the next 15 years.
Victor K. Burbank AIA, LEED AP Senior Principal
As architects, we are trained to listen, ask the right questions and use our creativity and curiosity to pursue the best solutions for each client. Victor has been able to bring those skills to bear on K-12, higher education and various other project types in his twenty five years of practice. That privilege brings with it the responsibility to create better solutions for the owner, the occupants, our communities and our environment.
Bradford R. Busath AIA, LEED AP Principal
Brad is a skilled architect and project manager specializing in medical and research facility programming and design, with 21 years’ experience in the field. His medical facility portfolio includes highly complex and technical projects with a focus on creating healing clinical environments that are highly functional, efficient and flexible. Brad served as the project manager, along with Jon Erdmann, on the University of Utah Hospital West Pavilion Expansion in which this project will be located. His most recent projects are the Brigham Young University Life Sciences Building and the Myriad Genetics (Myrexis) Phase V Building in Research Park.
Brian Cassil MBA Principal, Director of Communications
We spend most of our lives in and around buildings, thus, the impact of architecture drives deep into the social fabric of our culture. Good stories make us care about our world, our neighbors, and ourselves. There is a treasure trove of great stories to be told about architecture. Through various modes of communication, it is Brian’s duty and pleasure to engage with audiences and share the stories of some amazing architectural projects and practices.
Jeffrey Gardner AIA, LEED AP BD+C Principal
Jeff Gardner was responsible for Utah’s OSHA Headquarters, the first LEED Silver certified project in Utah, and has been a leader in sustainable design at Architectural Nexus since the firm’s inception. A strategic thinker, Jeff has shown outstanding ability to deal with complex challenges both small and large that are encountered in keeping the project on schedule and within the budget. He is equally skilled at programming/pre-desing, providing quantitative and qualitative description of all functions and space needs, and at construction administration, effectively working with the contractor to resolve all construction issues.
Holli Adams AIA, LEED GA Principal
Great Civic architecture demands collaboration, vision and dedication. Holli has been championing the creation of successful public facilities for 29 years. From Recreation Centers to Libraries and Senior Centers, Holli employs her expertise to develop projects that have a positive impact on people. Combining excellent project programming and planning skills, technical knowledge and the most up to date understanding of sustainable design, Holli crafts projects that are embraced by the communities they serve.
David Abraham AIA, LEED AP Principal
With an appreciation for the richness created in mixed use environments, David Abraham takes pleasure in the design of retail, restaurant, office, residential, and inviting plaza spaces and is well versed in the multiple construction types and delivery methods associated with those various types of projects. Adept with master planning, Dave is able to conceptualize various options to confirm alignment with client goals and to explore opportunities for additional value very early in the design process. As an early proponent of Building Information Modelling (BIM) he has utilized computer modelling in activities ranging from conceptual massing to rigorous clash detection in complex environments. Recently, his work has been focused on urban infill and transit oriented development.
Travis Maughan AIA, LEED AP BD+C Principal
Travis Maughan has demonstrated strong leadership within the healthcare practice by managing some of the largest and most complex projects in this region. Through relentless effort and meticulous attention to detail he has earned the trust and respect of clients and other project stakeholders to see projects of any size from concept through completion. Travis’s expertise in healthcare architecture has helped him to become a key part of business development and marketing as clients trust him and frequently ask for him to play leadership roles on their projects.
Kelly Schreihofer Principal
Kelly’s career started with a seven story children’s hospital and she has never looked back. Her passion for people experiencing the healing environment has only grown to lead teams not only in planning the best outcomes for clients, but also to being a resource from conception post occupancy. Clients often call her to help solve the most difficult of issues or concerns even before there is an architecture project. Finding value in every complex space inspires her as a medical planner and propels her to mentor this in others.
Lisa Garlick CPA Principal, CFO
With over 25 years at Arch Nexus, Lisa has helped steer the company financially through increased communication between project management and financial reporting. As a Certified Public Accountant, Lisa knows the importance of financial accuracy and strives for that in her work at Arch Nexus.