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David Gunderson, the Founding Partner of Centerpoint had worked for many years as a practicing Architect in Dallas until 1999, when he founded the company to offer owner-representation for design/ construction projects.
For three years the company acted in a “private label” capacity, offering its services under the banner of the commercial real estate companies it represented, including NAI Stoneleigh, PM Realty Group, Moser Realty and Baker Commercial (which was bought by Insignia). During that time, the company was the project manager for more than $80 million in construction, including Dallas’ largest ofﬁce lease transaction in 2001 (Locke Liddell & Sapp) and the most prestigious build-to-suit in 2002 (McAfee/Network Associates).
Building Through the Years
By 2003, Centerpoint had gained a reputation for professionalism that allowed it to break away from a private-label approach to project delivery. The company began offering its services, which included construction management, general contracting and design/ build work, under its own name. Centerpoint was recognized as a leader as an owner/tenant-representative project manager, with the additional capabilities of furniture, energy and telecommunications consulting.
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Centerpoint was formed with the concept that a full-service company should offer multi-faceted approaches to owner construction needs. The company offers its clients the option of Design/Build, Construction Management and General Contractor services.
Centerpoint as the design-builder assumes all of the design, budget, and construction requirements for the owner. A design/ builder retains the architect to develop drawings, rather than working with an architect who is separately retained by the owner. This relationship places the numerous day-to-day decision-making responsibilities on the design/builder instead of the owner. A successful design/builder acts as the architect, general contractor and hires the other trades who are professional, honest and attentive to the owner’s needs.
Centerpoint as the construction manager oversees the many phases of the construction project for the owner as an agent. Duties include oversight of conceptual planning, budget pricing, design, and construction phases. The Construction Manager, as the owner’s representative, manages the construction project and advises throughout the construction process. Construction management includes value engineering management activities over
and above normal architectural and general construction services and contributes to controlling time and cost while ensuring quality construction.
Centerpoint as the general contractor is an experienced and professional construction company that will normally contract with an owner for a new construction project, rather than a portion of the work. A General Contractor has the primary responsibility for controlling construction costs and meeting the project schedule. The General Contractor hires subcontractors to perform speciﬁc portions of the project (drywall installer, dirt work, tilt-wall contractors, electricians, plumbers, etc.). The General Contractor oversees all work and is responsible for procuring payment from the owner and for paying subcontractors.
As Americans begin to understand the political and environmental impacts of our industrialized society, more owners are asking how their project can be positive impact on the environment. The key to achieving a sustainable (or “green”) building is a complete integration between design and construction.
Centerpoint offers the complete design/build package. With three architects on staff (two being LEED-accredited) and sixteen construction professionals, Centerpoint is well-suited to design/build green buildings. With environmentally-sensitive project experience from $500,000 to $15 Million, we are well able to handle any size commercial project.
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
percentage of the US electricity Sustainable building goes far beyond the stereotypical “green” devices such as wind turbines, rain catchers, and solar panels. Smart decisions such as building orientation, materials selection, and design details have great impact on the sustainability of a built environment.
consumption used to operate buildings
percentage of the worldwide material and energy use on buildings
As a design-builder, Centerpoint performs a life cycle assessment (LCA) of the materials selected to be utilized on a project. Using criteria such as performance, durability, and raw material use – all the way down to the manufacturer’s policies and procedures – Centerpoint makes decisions based on “sustainable application.” For example, a door frame may be made out of 90% recycled material – however, if that frame performs poorly and must be replaced
percentage of the US total energy consumption on buildings
more often, the beneﬁts from using a recycled material has gone to waste. Simple but informed decisions such as this add to the sustainability and quality of a project without adding to construction cost.
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Scope of Services
Facility Assessment and Strategy By analyzing your existing facility and needs, we can work with you to ﬁnd the best real estate solution for your future needs.
Centerpoint Builders is a design build real estate development company. We offer third party
Design, Construction, and Program Management services to companies that do not have in-house real estate capabilities. Centerpoint provides high quality, timely, and cost effective service to clients.
Market Analysis A guiding hand through the processes of site and building feasibility, lease negotiations, and due diligence by seasoned real estate professionals. Design Planning and Procurement A diverse knowledge base of building design to help make the right decisions from the choice of an architect to your HVAC system Construction Implementation Either through coordination or self-performance of the construction process, we eliminate the traditional adversarial owner/contractor relationship and give the owner a single point of contact through the project. Furniture/Fixtures/Equipment/Telecom/Data Procurement of typically “owner furnished equipment” can be overwhelming. By streamlining the process with our experience and relationships with a variety of vendors, the clients time is much better utilized. Move Management Recommending and coordinating moving contractors and using our leverage with vendors saves time, money, and reduces the stress of your move. Quality Performance Measurement Reviewing and evaluating the process as a whole with all of
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the parties involved to ensure everyone is accountable for their service to the client. Project Close-Out Compiling the warranties, manuals, and other useful data to keep your facility up-to-date and running smoothly.
The Design/Build Deliverable
Design/Build is a delivery method in which the client enters in to one contract with Centerpoint to provide turn-key architectural/ engineering and construction services as a single source with full accountability of schedule, quality, and cost. In a designbuild scenario, the owner is able to focus on their needs and decision making, instead of coordination between the designer and contractor. Early Cost Analysis Approaching a project as a design/build team enables Centerpoint to deliver and manage costs early on in the project. This avoids costly value engineering and re-design costs. By avoiding the value engineering requirement, the owner or tenant will get the full
Design/Build is attracting attention because owners are ﬁnding it attractive for complex and unusual projects, eliminating some of the major seams [which are typical] in getting a project built.
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beneﬁt of their monetary investment. Risk Management Design/build differs greatly from conventional methods by requiring one entity to warrant a product to the owner or tenant. Conversely, in a traditional design/bid/build scenario, the owner or tenant must warrant to a contractor that the drawings and speciﬁcations are complete and free from error. Time Savings By removing the contracturally adversarial relationships between the builder, owner/tenant, and designer, the design/builder works to streamline the design and contruction process, facilitating a more ideal “fast-track” process if required.
Design/Build, Not Draw/Build Most design/builders are contractorled, which yields a signiﬁcant design deﬁciency. Centerpoint’s architect-led team puts a strong emphasis on quality, functional design. The time and effort spent in design leads to real beneﬁts once our clients occupy their buildings.
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Experienced professional assistance
A licensed Architect who previously was a Project Coordinator for a national top-ten architectural ﬁrm heads Centerpoint. We combine over forty-ﬁve years of professional experience managing design and construction of commercial, industrial, medical and multi-family residential projects. Centerpoint’s experience of architectural design, systems comparisons, value engineering ideas, and constructability guidance yield tangible cost and schedule savings while always maintaining the highest quality. In our opinion, the ability to positively affect the cost/schedule/quality outcome happens during the design process. Once the drawings are completed, it is usually too late to make changes that will signiﬁcantly beneﬁt the project.
Increased value for the money
We are an architect-founded and managed team. Eighty percent of our work has been “atypical” for a construction company. That is, instead of bidding against other contractors on a ﬁnished set of construction documents, we frequently are hired by our client at the front end
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of the process to manage the design team and process toward a successful on-time and on-budget completion. Our expertise here is a beneﬁt to you and the process.
Centerpoint manages the process of Design and Construction, allowing our clients to focus on their core business while providing experienced supervision of the schedule, budget, and quality of the project.
Experienced professionals bring an eye for value; ensuring that our clients receive the maximum impact and functionality for their money. There are innumerable ways to achieve a given goal in the design and construction process. In addition, we manage the schedule, budget, and changes to ensure satisfaction with the end product.
The “money value of time”
We allow our clients to continue their core business with minimal disruptions during the design and construction process. When one compares the opportunity cost for self-managing the process, the project management fee appears negligible.
Experienced, successful Design Build, Construction Management, and General Contractor company who understands your business
We know how to take the risk of out of your construction project so you can devote time to running your business
Project Managers and Superintendents have 25 + years of Construction experience
Construction ﬂexibility: A. Design Build B. Construction Management C. General Contracting
Ability to reduce client costs through: A. Value Engineering B. Effective Negotiating C. Volume Pricing D. Experienced Project Managers and Superintendents E. Internet Tracking and Communication
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A. Superintendent is an OSHA-certiﬁed Trainer B. Constant third-party reviews of job safety and training
Advanced Project Documentation A. Critical Path Scheduling B. Internet Tracking and Communication C. State-of-the-art accounting and job tracking software
Centerpoint delivers quality and value construction services with the highest ethical standards
Under Construction: Presidio Apartments
Fort Worth, Texas
Two Phases 600 + Units Stick Frame Construction Budget Withheld at Client’s Request
Phase I Site Plan
Under Construction: Lake Pointe Orthopaedics
This medical ofﬁce building is part of a hospital campus in Rockwall, Texas. It was designed to not only add to the upscale suburb’s rich character, but to compliment the design of the hospital and set a standard for the remainder of the campus.
As the design-builder, Centerpoint was able to control costs while producing a green product well within the budget, which was originally set using standard construction methods. By using structural insulated panels (SIPs), high performance glazing, and reﬂective rooﬁng, the building shell has a high insulating value while maintaining an extremely tight envelope. The result is a high performance building which is less expensive to operate, less prone to leaks, and faster to build - without adding to the construction budget.
17,400 Square Feet SIP and Steel Construction Interior Finish Out Budget withheld at owner’s request
Construction of a structural insulated panel (SIP)
it pays to build green!
Recently Completed: Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center
The Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center provides services for abused and neglected children and their non-offending family members. This addition to their existing aging facility includes an
outdoor therapy area, gymnasium/conference area, and much needed ofﬁce space. Named “Wendy’s Wing” after the primary donor, this addition responds to the needs of the extremely overcrowded facility. Centerpoint helped the Center save nearly $100,000 by perusing inkind donations and additional beneﬁts for this project.
13,400 Square Feet Tilt-Wall Construction Interior Finish Out $3 MM
Recently Completed/Under Construction: Wachovia Bank
Allen, Texas Frisco, Texas As general contractor, Centerpoint has constructed several bank branches for Wachovia Bank as part of their expansion in the Texas marketplace. The corporate ﬂagship branches are approximately 4,000 square feet and designed using steel and special structural insulated panels (SIPs) using readily renewable material and high-efﬁciency glass curtainwall. These projects are delivered on time and on budget in a highly competitive environment. Each project presents a special set of opportunities and challenges which require attention to detail and aggressive project management to achieve success. Grand Prairie, Texas Dallas, Texas Galveston, Texas
Recently Completed: Water’s Edge Condominiums
Lake Ray Hubbard Waters Edge condominiums were constructed as ﬁne luxury living on the east shores of Lake Ray Hubbard. Adjacent to The Harbors development, the modern Spanish-style condos demanded a level of quality workmanship deserving of the high property value. Meticulous to every detail, the professionals at Centerpoint Builders supervised a level of craftsmanship and performance that withstood scrutiny from the developer, real estate professionals, designers, and most importantly the buyers. A variety of high-end materials such as custom stone and tile products, wood ﬂooring, extravagant millwork, custom lighting, and premium wall ﬁnishes were selected for both interior and exterior. Centerpoint’s team was also challenged with assisting the designers and decorators with selection of the ﬁnishes, availability of materials, and selection of elite subcontractors qualiﬁed for installation. Additionally, the highly visible site required tireless logistics as construction operations were performed around and in conjunction with the existing homeowners.
6 Buildings Stick Frame Construction on Concrete Parking Garage 60 units $11 MM
Cooper Aerobics Center at Craig Ranch
75,032 Square Feet Steel Construction $15 MM
The Cooper Aerobics Center is the world-renowned medical/ﬁtness/ wellness center founded and operated by Dr. Kenneth Cooper, the inventor of ‘Aerobics’. Centerpoint acted as Dr. Cooper’s advisor, developer and contractor through the process of establishing a new satellite center in McKinney, Texas. Completed in 2006, the Center is a $15 million world-class facility, merging the best thinking in sports performance, ﬁtness, nutrition, mind/body wellness and medicine. The Center boasts a full-size gymnasium, Olympic swimming pool, 42 foot climbing wall, cafeteria and demonstration kitchen, sports medicine and women’s health physician’s ofﬁces, pro shop and child care. Outdoor facilities include separate 1/4-and 1/2-mile running tracks, tennis courts, and sand volleyball courts.
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45,000 Square Feet Women’s Health Center Imaging Center Steel Construction $7 MM
The Cooper Aerobics Center is the world-renowned medical/ ﬁtness/wellness center founded and operated by Dr. Kenneth Cooper, the inventor of ‘Aerobics’. Centerpoint acted as Dr. Cooper’s advisor, development manager and contractor through the process of establishing a new satellite center in McKinney, Texas. Completed in 2006, the Cooper Clinic is the Medical Ofﬁce Building component to the campus
This project was a ground-up construction of a 10-story 180-key hotel in Dallas’ historic West End. Our staff was responsible for all aspects of initial development planning, including master plan, public space design, systems selection and conﬁguration, exterior design and
detailing, public space design, municipality coordination, infrastructure review coordination and project/construction management. The project was completed on-budget, even though the original General Contractor ﬁled for bankrupcy and a new Contractor was brought on to complete the project.
180 Rooms Concrete Structure $13.8 M
Nexbank expanded its services into Frisco by investing in a high end space on the lobby level of Granite Park III, the 14 story icon of Granite Park at the corner of State Highway 121 and the Dallas North Tollway. The space features soaring ceilings, marble ﬂooring, venetian plaster wall treatments, and a cutting edge server system. Centerpoint delivered this project to Nexbank turn-key by managing the budget, design process, FF&E delivery, and acting as the general contractor.
15,000 Square Feet Interior Finish Out $1.88MM
The Shops at El Dorado Crossing
26,500 Square Feet $2.5MM Construction Budget Tilt-wall Construction
El Dorado Crossing is at the corner of El Dorado Parkway and FM423, the center of a ﬂurry of retail and residential development in the north Frisco area.
75,000 Square Feet Tilt-Wall Construction $5.5M Shell & Finish Out
Restaurant Depot, with over ﬁfty locations in the United States, is a wholesale supplier to the food service industry. This facility is a 75,000 SF tilt-wall refrigerated warehouse featuring over 25,000 SF of cold storage including a 6,000 SF, 25’ high freezer box. The freezer slab was constructed with insulated foundation and a sub-grade ventilation system.
Centerpoint has been engaged by Restaurant Depot to build three more locations in 2008.
Highland Capital Headquarters
74,000 Square Feet Interior Remodel $1.8MM
Highland Capital Management, and its subsidiary companies, have been clients since 1999. Over the past nine years, our staff has acted as development manager and/or contractor for a total of 117,000 square feet of high-end interior construction in several Class A ofﬁce buildings in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Each of the projects has a unique design identity, ranging from Gensler designed sleek modern interiors for a bank to wood-paneled traditional design for a real estate investment company. In addition, Centerpoint Builders has advised the companies on a variety of real estate projects from coast-to-coast.
7,000 Square Feet $1MM Construction Budget Hybrid pre-engineered and conventional steel structure Wash bay, numerous hydraulic lifts, and skid-resistive ceramic ﬂooring
This is Davenport Motor Company’s second facility, and the ﬁrst ground-up new building for the company. As
construction manager, Centerpoint managed the full design and construction of the project, employing an open-book competitive bid method during construction implementation.
The Wilson Building Lofts
The Wilson Building, built in 1903, is a twelve story ofﬁce building at the intersection of Main Street and Akard in Downtown Dallas originally designed by Sanguinet & Staats of Fort Worth.
In 1999, the building was converted to 135 loft apartments - the ﬁrst adaptive reuse of its kind in Dallas. The project included restoring the original facade of the building, and met the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.
David Gunderson and Tyler Adams managed the design and construction of this historic preservation project while employed at Corgan Associates.
David Gunderson, AIA, LEED AP
Selected Project Experience
Cooper Aerobics Center & Cooper Clinic McKinney, Texas Nexbank HQ & Branches Multiple Locations US Secret Service Regional HQ Irving, Texas McAfee Regional HQ & Data Center Plano, Texas Retail Complex: Petsmart, Ross, Ofﬁce Depot, Ulta Cosmetics Arlington, Texas US Customs & Immigration Dallas, Texas United Way HQ Dallas, Texas Strasburger & Price Law Ofﬁces 4 Locations US Bioservices HQ & Specialty Pharmacy Los Angeles, Dallas Merit Energy Data Center Dallas, Texas DG Systems Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles
David Gunderson possesses over 10 years of professional experience in all areas of design and construction management. As a licensed architect, he brings high-level design and management experience in commercial, data/call center, multi-family, hospitality and industrial projects. With his experience in real estate development, he offers ﬁnancial analysis of real estate options and operations beyond the traditional rent comparisons. In fact, his analysis for the Network Associates Regional Headquarters, subsequently audited and conﬁrmed by Price Waterhouse Coopers, resulted in a build-to-own facility with annual cost savings of over $1.2 million over their previous lease commitment.
David has an impressive record of delivering mission-critical real estate solutions for his clients. Those include DG Systems, which delivers the majority of electronic radio and TV advertising in the United States; Michaels Stores, which processes over $1 million per hour in retail transactions; Network Associates, which delivers computer virus solutions to over 270 million customers worldwide; and multiple projects for the Department of Homeland Security.
Education and Associations
BA Architectural History, Trinity College (with Honors) Master of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin Registered Architect (Texas #17211) American Institute of Architects LEED AP Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Roger Heck, MBA
Selected Project Experience
International – US/NATO Military Installations Basdahl, Bremerhaven, Wanna, Germany; Mexico City, Mexico Professional Services & B2B Interior Construction Grand Rapids Holland, Muskegon, Michigan; Arlington, Austin, Collin County, Dallas, Houston, Lubbock, San Antonio, Texas Highland Capital Headquarters Dallas, Texas
Roger Heck has more than 25 years of executive level management experience in business operations, ﬁnancial management, personnel administration, and new venture start-ups in the professional services industry. He is a bottom-line, results-driven executive with demonstrated success in ofﬁce design and construction management of more than 500,000 sf of high-end ofﬁce space build out. As a high-proﬁ le Executive Director with two of the nation’s largest professional services organizations, he was personally responsible for the procurement of space, ofﬁce design, construction negotiations, supervision, and overall operations of 12 domestic and foreign ofﬁce locations with more than 500 employees. Roger’s experience includes the design, layout, and development of three joint US-NATO military installations.
Roger is a versatile and solutions-driven senior executive who brings broad formal education and experience in ﬁnancial planning and analysis, labor and employment issues, strategic planning,
Education and Associations
BS, Central Michigan University MBA, University of North Dakota Military Education: Ofﬁcers Training School, Squadron Ofﬁcers School, pilot training, missile launch ofﬁcer training (distinguished graduate), air weapons controller (distinguished graduate) Professional Training: Executive management and leadership, ﬁnancial management, personnel management, technology, labor and employment law, strategic planning and execution Associate Member of the American Bar Association
policy-making, operational procedures, space acquisitions, systems integration, and operations management expertise to Centerpoint Builders. His leadership skills were honed during his 9 years as an Air Force ofﬁcer. Roger is known for his excellent reputation for ethical performance and integrity.
Steve Worrall brings over 10 years of experience to Centerpoint Builders with his background in commercial construction, including over seven years of experience as a Construction Cost Estimator and Project Manager. His skills in cost estimating and cost control prove beneﬁcial for doing feasibility studies, cost/beneﬁt analyses, budgets, value engineering, detailed estimates, and price
Selected Project Experience
Looper, Reed, and Mcgraw Dallas, Texas Sporting News Grill Restaurant Dallas, Texas Holiday Inn Select Hotel and Convention Center Dallas, texas Water’s Edge Condominiums Rockwall, Texas Davenport Motors Dallas, Texas Cooper Aerobics Center at Craig Ranch McKinney, Texas Restaurant Depot Dallas, Texas US Department of Justice Regional HQ Irving, Texas US Department of Education Regional HQ Irving, Texas
Steve is proﬁcient and certiﬁed in the Quest Solutions estimating software system. This software is speciﬁc to cost estimating in commercial construction and features a comprehensive database of costs which are constantly updated, state-of-the-art on-screen and digitized takeoff component for quantifying units of measure, and a project-speciﬁc estimating platform. This system serves as a vital tool to Centerpoint’s commitment to accurate and detailed cost estimating and control.
As a project manager, Steve is focused on consistently planning and analyzing each aspect of a project. To secure a successful project, the design, total project scope, schedule, logistics, performance, and price are carefully examined. At the onset of project acceptance, Steve employs a systematic and time-tested set of procedures that places accountability on each member of the project team. His leadership and organizational skills are a fundamental ingredient to the project team. Steve is meticulous in determining customer needs, ﬁnding a way to work within the budget, and managing all phases of the project to ensure that the
Education and Associations
Bachelor of Science, Texas State University
client’s expectations for quality, safety, schedule, and price are exceeded.
Tyler Adams, LEED AP
Development, Design, Project Manager
Selected Project Experience
Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center Plano, Texas Excel Communications Irving, Texas Boca Clinic Boca Raton, Florida Baylor Regional Medical Center at Trophy Club Trophy Club, Texas Baylor Medical Plaza/Heath Heath, Texas Baylor Medical Plaza/North Garland Garland, Texas T.O.P.S. Specialty Hospital Houston, Texas Wesley Medical Plaza Hattiesburg, Mississippi D/FW International Airport Terminal D Dallas, Texas Houston Convention Center Hotel Houston, Texas St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church Arlington, Texas
Tyler has over ten years of experience in the design and construction management of commercial real estate. He has experience in several product types such as medical, adaptive reuse, aviation, education, and ofﬁce.
Tylerhas managed a considerable number of medical projects including both ambulatory and in-patient care. As the primary manager for a large healthcare account, Tyler repeatedly managed the construction and licensing of numerous medical facilities in the greater southwest United States.
Throughout his career, Tyler has held responsible roles for many notable projects including: Baylor Medical Center at Trophy Club, several Baylor Medical Plazas, Terminal D at D/FW International Airport , the Houston Convention Center Hotel and Convention Center Expansion, The Wilson Building Lofts, and numerous schools in the Frisco Independent School District.
Education and Associations
University of Texas at Austin University of Phoenix at Dallas LEED AP Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional
Regional Manager - Houston
Selected Project Experience
Travelers Consolidation Houston, Texas J.W. Marriott Reinvestment Houston, texas J.W. Marriott Ballroom Renovations Houston, Texas Renaissance Hotel Austin, Texas Universal Computer Systems College Station, Texas Corporate Centre at Beltway 8, Building 2 Houston, Texas Alkek IBT Institute Austin, Texas Baker hughes - Inteq World headquarters Houston, Texas ProdiGENE College Station, Texas Merrill Lynch The Woodlands, Texas
Ron has over 15 years of experience in commercial construction, including extensive experience in design-build construction. He has worked on numerous project types, including ofﬁce buildings, research laboratories, distribution facilities, hotels and commercial tenant renovations.
Ron began as a Superintendent, moving to Project Management and Estimating once he had spent in excess of 6 years in the ﬁeld. Ron specializes in fast track projects requiring close attention to sequencing and coordination of activities. He has consistently managed several deadline sensitive, date certain projects over his career.
Robert Nickerson Jr., AIA
Design and Project Manager
Selected Project Experience
Wachovia Bank Multiple Locations Federated Department Stores Multiple Locations Park Hyatt Hotel Chicago, Illinois Dallas Convention Center Expansion Dallas, Texas UTA Baseball Staudium Arlington, Texas Lone Star Park Addition Grand Prairie, Texas The Metropolitan San Francisco San Fransisco, California Student Housing at Harris Stow State University St. louis, Missouri Student Housing at Stetson University DeLand, Florida DCCCD Eastﬁeld Satellite Center Dallas, Texas Wachovia Financial Center Dallas, Texas
Robert, a registered architect, offers over 12 years of experience in building proﬁtable projects through the delivery of cost saving design solutions as well as enhancing processes and project designs. Mr. Nickerson offers outstanding talents in developing project scope (budgets, timelines and delivery dates), customer relationships, cost avoidance, continuous design improvements and customer reviews. Key activities entail development and management of budgets, hiring of design staff, interfacing with staff and clients during project cycle and meeting project milestones and delivery dates. Robert also has skills in oversight of the cost and progress of projects by maintaining work conformance with project schedules and budget requirements while maintaining the intent of the architectural plans and speciﬁcations for projects.
Education and Associations
BS Architecture University of Texas at Arlington Registered Architect American Institute of Architects Texas Society of Architects