March 1, 2016
(Denver, Colorado – March 2016) – Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS), with offices in Denver and Dallas, recently announced Keith Hayes, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, as the firm’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In this role, Keith will guide the firm’s financial strategy and planning. Chuck Musgrave, AIA, the firm’s previous CFO, remains with the firm and has shifted his focus to project management and client care.
“BRS has experienced tremendous growth and financial stability under Chuck’s guidance. We look forward to continuing in the same direction with Keith, as well as implementing some exciting new initiatives. Keith’s historical experience with the firm coupled with his innate business acumen will put BRS in the best position possible to serve our clients across the country,” said the firm’s CEO, Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP.
Keith has been with BRS since 1995 and became a Principal in 1999. He has more than 25 years of experience designing public architecture, including community and recreation centers, municipal office buildings, visitor centers and schools. Keith’s love for architecture began when his parents received a copy of Reader’s Digest Complete Do-It-Yourself Manual for home repair, and now, he wants to find a similar reference for CFOs. As CFO, Keith is one of the members of the Management Team guiding the planning and implementation of the firm’s financial strategy, as well as supporting Project Managers on project budgets.
Keith’s strength lies in his commitment to his clients to assure that they are heard and their facility needs are met. As a Principal and Project Manager, he excels in his attention to details and his ability to juggle the many tasks necessary to assure an excellent project. He has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington. Keith has spoken about a variety of design issues at state and national conferences, and he is a LEED Accredited Professional for Building Design and Construction.
About Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture
Through a fun, passionate and people-inspired process, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture designs lively, purposeful buildings and places that draw people together. Earning more than 75 design awards, BRS has completed projects for more than 200 communities in 40 states across the U.S. With offices in Denver and Dallas, the firm is dedicated to designing places that build community, including recreation facilities, wellness and active-aging centers, field houses, aquatic centers, park structures, ball fields, clubhouses, water parks, resorts, libraries, city halls, cultural centers, and related facilities and master plans. Current projects include the Central Denver Recreation Center, Colorado; The Marq of Southlake Community Recreation Center, Texas; the Health, Wellness, and Learning Center, Hobbs, New Mexico; Eaton Area Community Center, Colorado; Canyon Lodging Redevelopment, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; Montrose Community Recreation Center and Fieldhouse, Colorado; Richland Hills Multipurpose Recreation Facility, Texas; Windsor Community Recreation Center, Colorado; Sammamish Community and Aquatic Center, Washington; Sandy Hook Maintenance Facility Relocation, Gateway National Recreation Area, New York, New Jersey. For additional information, visit www.brsarch.com.
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