Patrick Hannah, AIA

Project Architect

Patrick brings a strong background in design and construction to his role as Project Architect. He is an excellent team leader who listens attentively to the needs of the client and coordinates the efforts of the consultants. His attention to detail and responsiveness to inquiries keeps a project on schedule.

Patrick was lead Project Architect on the Eugene 4J Arts & Technology Academy at Jefferson Middle School and Churchill High School STEM remodel and addition. He also worked on the Straub Hall Remodel and Classroom Expansion and the Prell Wong Analytical Mass Spectrometry Lab at the University of Oregon. He is currently leading the construction administration for the renovation of 1203 Willamette, a mixed-use office and retail building.

Raised in central Florida, he received his B.A. in Latin American Studies from Connecticut College. He began forming his background in design and construction serving first as a project assistant at a architectural firm in Boston, MA , followed by a year and a half working as a residential carpenter in the Southeast. After completing his M.Arch. degree at the University of Oregon, he spent 3 years working in the office of Gary Moye Architect in Eugene, Oregon. There he worked on a variety of projects, including the Lord Leebrick Theatre Co. remodel, a major church remodel, as well as numerous residential additions and remodels.

Patrick is also an adjunct instructor in the University of Oregon architecture program, periodically teaching design studios and technical courses.