Harvard University Graduate School of Design,
Master of Architecture, 1991
University of Florida, Bachelor of Design, 1987
Florida Registration No. AR91268
Oregon Registration No. 5363
American Institute of Architects
NCARB Member No. 58756
LEED Accredited Professional
Member of the Society of Building Science Educators 2010 – present
Alpha Rho Chi Professional Architectural Fraternity Member of the University of Florida Campus Sustainability Committee, 2011-2014
Member of AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) – Portland chapter 2009-2010
Mick Richmond has worked in the construction industry as an architect, designer, and educator for over 25 years. He has accumulated a wide range of architectural experience; working on new buildings, tenant fit-outs, renovations, and additions on project types ranging from primary, secondary and higher education, to commercial, residential, and institutional facilities. He has carried projects through all phases from Programming through Construction Administration and Post-Occupancy Evaluation. Clients on these projects have included homeowners, school districts, universities, business owners, the GSA, and the US State Department. Mr. Richmond serves as Principal-in-charge on all active projects, and oversees our work from concept to completion.
Mr. Richmond has also taught design studios and environmental technology courses at the University of Florida, and a graduate design studio at the University of Oregon. For much of his career, his focus has been on sustainability in the built environment – specifically as it relates to the effects of building design on energy consumption. He has coordinated post occupancy evaluation (POE) studies of existing buildings; gathering information about energy performance, water usage, indoor environmental quality and thermal comfort in order to assist building owners with decisions regarding their buildings, and to carry lessons learned from these exercises forward to future building projects.
You may contact Mick at firstname.lastname@example.org