As Healthcare Planner, I strive to bring innovation and strategic vision to healthcare planning and design projects for each and every unique assignment. I enjoy assisting our clients in enhancing the productivity and efficiency of their staff and the comfort level and successful outcomes of their patients.
Working in an open atmosphere like MHTN stimulates creativity and seamlessly fosters collaboration. We also have the best technology available to do our work. What a great combination!
If you love to learn new things, try new foods, discover interesting places, spend time with diverse people—we should hang out.
As Co-Director of the K-12 Education efforts for the firm, I utilize the tools of communication and consensus building to ensure our team is achieving the goal of exceeding our clients’ expectations. I enjoy working with our clients and following up with them to make sure the job is done right. I’ve always prided myself in the last 34 years on being able to work with clients to make them feel special and engage the whole team. Even though the building remains at the end of a job, it’s the relationships you build along the way that you really remember.
It's working as a team that makes such a difference. The staff at MHTN are friendly and engaging which makes working as a team and sharing knowledge fun and rewarding.
When I'm not at work, I enjoy golfing, fly fishing and traveling throughout the Western U.S.
As Programming Architect, I do my best to understand our clients’ goals and facility needs, and to represent those clearly and accurately in documents that are user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing.
I believe my co-workers are talented, creative and great to work with. The atmosphere is professional, yet relaxed and fun. I also like that our clients are interesting and thoughtful.
During free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, restoring the historic home that we’ve lived in for 17 years, and participating in Irish and eastern European folk music and dance.
As Senior Specifier for the firm, I enjoy the challenge of preparing a Project Manual that closely reflects the actual building process, translating the drawings into written word as an integral part of our Documents. Incorporating construction innovations into our projects permits us to deliver the latest in construction technology.
I appreciate the fact that exceeding the challenges of architecture in today’s highly driven market is only possible when team members share a common goal. At MHTN, client satisfaction and projects that actually surpass expectations provides a measure of pride that we see in ourselves and in every project we complete.
My real life, however, is that of an avid cyclist. Commuting to the office provides excellent stress management. Weeknights and weekends find my wife and me on our bikes in the warm weather months or on the snow in the winter season.
As a Landscape Architect, I do my best to create quality spaces that people enjoy while conserving resources as much as possible.
I love the opportunity to influence and enhance the experiences of the people that use our projects and believe that sentiment runs throughout MHTN.
When I'm not working, I enjoy hiking, woodworking, running, reading, model railroading and photography.
As an Interior Designer, I do my best to understand my clients’ needs and goals, and create an environment to support those needs and goals by designing inviting, energetic and comfortable spaces.
Simply said, I enjoy being part of MHTN because of the clients and co-workers I get to work with on a daily basis.
I love my work, but I live for being a mom to my two little girls, sewing, and spending time with family.
As Cost Estimator at MHTN, I do my best to match design with cost. Controlling complexity, quality and quantity for each project will bring the final design and budget in at the same place.
I like the fact that the work is always different. I am able to look at and cost billions of dollars of construction each year. My part of the design process is important to our clients and to our staff because we realize that “on time and on budget” isn’t a slogan for contractors, it’s an attitude that we must maintain for the clients.
When my head isn’t filled with numbers, I enjoy finding Utah antiques and collectables. If it says Utah on it and is over 100 years old I want it. When not doing that, I’m likely knee deep in a river with my flies and very few thoughts.