To Randy, architecture is about making environments more livable for all. Back in the 1970s, the concept of ergonomic design, later embodied in the Principles of Universal Design, resonated with him as a student at Carnegie Mellon University and has influenced his work throughout his career. With more than 40 years of experience in architecture and construction, Randy understands the critical process for how things get built. This makes him an indispensable member of the FHA consulting group.
An amiable professional, Randy puts people at ease with his good humor and willingness to engage with the whole project team – from architect to tradesman. “Helping people learn is very satisfying to me, whether it’s mentoring less experienced colleagues or teaching clients the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of compliance”, he shares.