Russell L. Hale, aia
With experience in both large and small projects, Russ has experience in all facets of the industry; from the start of a creative idea to the most intricate details of a building. His practical way of solving problems is the essence of his goal as an architect, which is to create an environment that will function in harmony with both nature and society. Request full resume.
Michelle A. Schulz, aia, leed ap
Michelle has a great talent for working with and leading a team, while meeting fast-paced project schedule milestones. She has an astute ability to coordinate with clients, consultants, and contractors in order to keep her projects running smoothly, on-time, and on-budget. She has been working in the field since 1997 and actively pursues responsible uses of natural resources, energy, materials and processes on all of her projects. Request full resume.
Craig S. Norman, aia, leed ap bd+c
Craig Norman is one of GBD’s lead design principals, actively involved in interior design and architecture projects. His experience focuses on unit design, retail development, and the coordination of interior elements with the building’s core and shell. With more than 40 years experience, he specializes in full-service architectural interior design, space planning, furniture and finishes selection, and ground-up building interior design. His exceptional ability to create comfortable spaces is demonstrated throughout several of GBD’s projects. Request full resume.
Matthew S. Bray, aia, leed ap
Matthew Bray’s keen eye for design has catapulted him to the forefront of mixed-use urban architecture, in a short period of time. With an emphasis on housing, retail, mixed-use and environmentally responsible building, Matthew’s responsibilities include design, documentation and construction administration. He provides design guidance that results in unique solutions for each client. Request full resume.
Kent Pottebaum, iida, leed ap id+c
Kent Pottebaum has been with GBD for more than 25 years and leads GBD’s interior architecture, design and space planning team. He has specialized expertise in office design, visioning, programming, and engaging user groups, in addition to detailed analysis of space needs. Kent brings a breadth of experience encompassing all aspects of commercial office design and believes strongly in designing the most efficient workplaces, which include flexible, open spaces that allow for collaboration among project teams. Request full resume.
Craig P. Stockbridge, aia, leed ap
Craig Stockbridge’s experience in residential, retail and office architecture, combined with a background in construction, bring an added benefit to projects in which he’s involved. With more than 20 years of experience in fast-track projects, Craig delivers projects on time and on budget. He has been involved in a variety of commercial, residential and architectural projects involving all phases of design, project management and construction administration. Craig excels in fostering relationships with several of GBD’s long-term corporate clients; who enjoy working with him because he is dependable and likes to have fun. Request full resume.
Bruce C. Brown, aia, csi, leed ap
Bruce Brown joined GBD Architects more than 30 years ago; with a wealth of knowledge and expertise, he believes strongly in providing valued service to our firm’s clients. As GBD’s Quality Assurance and Risk Manager, he is involved in widely diverse projects from inception to occupancy and beyond. Bruce coordinates contracts, insurance, quality assurance and specifications for all projects at GBD. Request full resume.
Phillip M. Beyl, aia, leed ap
Phil Beyl has been a practicing architect at GBD Architects Incorporated for more than 37 years and has managed the firm as President since 1990. In addition to leading the firm, he also leads many of GBD’s most significant projects. He has been instrumental in guiding the firm to become an international leader in sustainable design and at integrating deep green building strategies to be routinely embedded in all of GBD’s projects. Phil’s careful attention to, and knowledge of, project economics has been invaluable in guiding many of GBD’s projects to successful completion. Request full resume.
Keith A. Skille, aia, leed ap bd+c
Keith Skille has over 25 years of experience as an architect and project manager on a wide range of new and renovation projects; ranging from commercial office buildings and multi-family housing to higher education institutions. He enjoys working with clients, contractors, and the design team to develop highly sustainable buildings that are completed on time, and on budget. Request full resume.
Craig L. Davis, aia, leed ap
Craig serves as principal-in-charge and project manager for many of GBD’s large corporate and office building projects, involving both new construction and renovation. He is active in programming, space planning, design development and construction phases, providing the link between the initial design ideas and their successful execution as completed structures. He is currently leading a team on a complex, multi-phased housing project in Portland’s Lloyd District. Request full resume.
Agustin Enriquez V, aia, leed ap
Agustin is known for his ability to lead a design team and execute wonderful designs that exceed client’s expectations. His recent projects include the award-winning Maryhill Museum of Art renovation and expansion, the Janey Apartments, and the 12th and Alder building renovation. Agustin works closely with clients, to find innovative and creative solutions, combining aesthetics with practicality. Outside the office, Agustin is an active Rotarian and heavily involved in his community. Request full resume.
Gene W. Callan, aia, leed ap
As a Director at GBD, Gene works closely with clients and members of his design team, finding innovative and creative solutions to difficult project programs. Similar to GBD’s overall portfolio, Gene has designed a wide variety of project types during the last three and a half decades; from extensive greenfield master planning to commercial, mixed-use projects in the urban setting to unique civic, educational and institutional work. In his spare time, Gene enjoys playing competitive basketball and spending time with his family on their Eastern Washington cattle ranch. Request full resume.
Richard C. Dobrot, aia, leed ap
Richard initiated his architectural career when he joined GBD in 1990. His projects have earned several local and state design awards, covering a wide range from residential and mixed-use projects, commercial office buildings, corporate design and entertainment venues. His capabilities result in unique solutions to each client, context, environment and culture. Request full resume.
Katherine F. Schultz, aia, leed ap bd+c
Katherine Schultz has over 20 years of experience in design and project management of both new construction and renovations of highly sustainable projects. Her experience in the industry has resulted in a broad range of skills as a project manager and owner’s representative on traditional and negotiated work, as well as on fast-track, design/build and conventional construction phasing. Additionally, Katherine has had the opportunity to work with diverse clients designing highly sustainable corporate headquarters, mixed-use housing, hotels, government offices and institutional buildings and interior improvements. Request full resume.
Kyle W. Andersen, aia, leed ap
Kyle is one of GBD’s senior design leaders—a talented architect who strives for site specific solutions in every project with which he is involved. He believes in a sustainable “technology,” so simple and clear, that it will continue to revolutionize architecture if put in the correct economic and social context. During his time at GBD, Kyle has been instrumental as the lead designer on several complex institutional, residential, master plan and mixed-use/commercial projects. Request full resume.
Kevin P. Johnson, aia, leed ap
Kevin Johnson has more than 33 years of architectural experience, including commercial, retail, mixed-use housing, master planning, athletic and recreation, education, cultural and entertainment facilities. Long ago, Kevin developed an acute ability for evaluating a project’s final products. He uses this vision to guide initial program and cost development; following through the design and construction phases to achieve successful completion of projects. His dedication and follow-through emphasize meeting or exceeding the client’s schedule, budget and aesthetic goals, while allowing for open communication among the client, the architect, the general contractor and consultants. Request full resume.