Mr. Pittman possesses over 40 years of experience in the design and construction of a multitude of facilities in the public and private sectors. He is responsible for the overall administration and delivery of all services provided by the firm, including the unique projects produced by the Historic Preservation Program.
He directs and oversees the activities performed by the architecture and engineering departments as well as the project coordination with clients. He establishes procedures to insure a high quality product and is ultimately responsible for quality control throughout the firm. Mr. Pittman has established a reputation for managing projects to completion within budget and on schedule and earning the trust of his clients.
Mr. Vodzak is an award-winning architect and planner, with a long list of successfully completed projects for federal, state, and county agencies. His projects include major new public buildings, LEED certified structures and task order work for IDIQ contracts. Mr. Vodzak works very carefully to establish and maintain effective project oversight, quality control and management for his clients.
His credentials over the past 29 years include design of over $500M in completed facilities, including state judicial centers and office buildings, courthouses, college and university buildings, and laboratories.
Mr. Vodzak’s ‘hands-on’ approach for management and design has achieved an impressive record of design excellence combined with on-time and on-budget projects through his close working relationships with his clients and their contractors. Mr. Vodzak’s clients appreciate his clear focus and expansive understanding of a great many aspects of project planning, management, building systems and construction.