My passion has always been to drive a high-performance culture at Lantz-Boggio, placing design innovation and an exceptional service ethic at the heart of all that we do. This, along with an uncompromising commitment to our values and purpose…Helping people live better lives…defines who we are.
Architecture is my tool to achieve what matters most to me, the care of a resident. My passion is to team with our clients to provide the best environments for their residents. Our buildings are not just buildings, they are caring and healing environments for people who call them home.
When David is away from the office he is dedicated to his faith, his family, and fun. And when he can combine them, he will. David has been dancing since he was a teen and continued through his young adult years as a hip-hop dancer. He and his wife began ballroom dancing four years ago. Through their church, they take in victims of domestic abuse and are encouraged to develop a program that combines biblical values with dance principles to mend broken marriages.
In my work, I know that every project is an opportunity to enhance the lives of the individuals who live, work, or play in the environments that we design. The spaces we design can influence the psyche, make us feel happy, encourage us, heighten us, and brighten our outlook.
My passion and purpose as an Architect is helping those in public service and making our country safe. At Lantz-Boggio, I lead the charge to contribute to the greater national good and support our proud nation. I work every day to provide better, more dignified, more meaningful, and rewarding lives for Americans everywhere.
What I thrive on are the connections I make with the people we partner with. From an early point in the collaboration and throughout the entire project, I love being a passionate, enthusiastic voice in the room to get the team excited for what we can accomplish. I know that architecture can inspire and capture the imagination, so I want our team and our partners to feel like the projects we work on together exhibit the passion and care that went into them.
Jigna's natural curiosity leads her to learning new skills related and unrelated to the job. She's always exploring new technology or software, mastering another power tool on house projects, or off exploring a new city trying to find that restaurant no one's heard of.
I thrive in the technical aspects of architectural design. My passion is collaborating with clients, consultants, colleagues, building officials, and contractors to foster consensus and a unified vision for the project and the end product. Finding a path through regulatory constraints to meet the intent and goals of a project contributes to my most rewarding work in this industry.
When Dwight is not studying Architectural Codes, you can find him spending time on the weekends working on home improvement projects. He is an avid rock concertgoer with a passion for target shooting and enjoying board games with his family.
I am inspired by the challenges of technical documentation to understand the complexity of balancing project economics and project efficiency which make a successful project. I use my 22+ years of experience and knowledge to mentor staff to set them up for success. It is the relationships that are built along the way that I value most, and those relationships follow me to the next project.
Outside of the office, Tyler is a compulsive home improver. When he got married, he somehow convinced his wife to buy an old house that needed a new everything. He was even featured on an episode of Sweat Equity on DIY Network where he renovated his small one-car garage into a woodshop (Season 2, Episode 2, original air date 1/25/2008). Since then, he has built countless pieces of furniture, cabinets, and a custom wet bar for his house. Now that Tyler has renovated every square foot of his house, he’s considering moving so he can start over.
Our clients are busier than ever, so our job is to be a partner who listens, anticipates their needs and the needs of their customers. I’m so lucky to have a team at Lantz-Boggio with deep industry expertise and so much passion for our work. Combining this with my 20 years of experience in Architecture helps me make design and construction a rewarding experience for our clients where no matter what the market is doing, they know we have their back.
Bill believes in creating a culture in every project where the client and team can express their creativity and passion for great design solutions. On the weekend if you don’t find Bill under a car or sampling a craft beer you will find him enjoying a snowboarding trip with his son to the mountains or a soccer game with his friends.
Every project presents unique constraints and challenges. By overcoming those obstacles, we gain insight into new solutions that enable us to create more responsive building environments. My passion is centered around the acquisition of both the practical and technical knowledge gained through this exploration and problem-solving process. This informs our design directions and inspires new environments that enhance lives.
At Lantz-Boggio, I collaborate with the brightest, leading-edge designers in the country. I contribute to LBA’s mission by communicating and educating others about our capabilities and expertise. This allows our current and prospective clients to discover new opportunities for their development programs with Lantz-Boggio.
It’s my privilege to direct the financial functions for one of America’s leading design firms and I know I make a real difference in the lives of people. Helping our LBA clients and staff, navigate, coordinate, and simplify the complexities of the business world means they can concentrate on doing what they do best…delivering the most outstanding buildings in the industry.
I strive to provide superior value to all our partners involved in delivering a healthcare project. I realize that this value does not end with a great, cost-efficient design. Our design projects when completed must deliver an outstanding patient experience while optimizing the healing environment in which providers deliver care.
Successful architecture requires one to be an effective listener. Careful listening presents the opportunity to understand and collaborate with our clients to meet their needs through purposeful design. This leads to imaginative architecture that creates a better world for our clients and all that use their buildings.
“Form Follows Function”, has been the touchstone for Architects for over a century. I challenge myself with every design commission to develop the project with devotion to this axiom. I strive to find the proper balance between function and aesthetics. It is my goal to design buildings that exceed expectations and that are functional and beautiful at the same time.
As an interior designer, I have always been intrigued by the psychological impact of design and how it plays such an important role in our lives. Color, texture, style, form, and function can influence our subconscious and transform an ordinary space into an extraordinary experience! Great design should intuitively tell the story before ever speaking a word…spaces that nurture the soul, enhance the senses and are compelling to those who use them.
My passion in Architecture is the people. As the leader of the BIM (Building Information Modeling) Committee, I enjoy training my colleagues on the latest technology while being a resource to help develop their skills. From developing relationships with our clients to seeing the end-user experience, collaborating with people is key to enhancing our environment with innovative design.
What inspires me as an Interior Designer, is seeing the excitement and positive impact our projects have on people’s lives, communities, and environment. Design plays a very important and integral role in how we can influence, transform and tell a story. I enjoy bringing each story to life through a dedicated collaborative process with our partners.
I enjoy bringing all the right people to the table to form a unified vision of what a project should be and using that vision to produce incredible architecture. Great design begins with a thorough and effective process. It includes compiling and curating the writing, plans, elevations and visualizations in a way that tells a powerful story of our dedication. Our die-hard commitment to provide the BEST for the people that inhabit and visit our projects.
Two of the most rewarding endeavors in my life are to create and to inspire. Architecture provides me the opportunity for both. I have the privilege of being involved in the design of beautiful projects that exceed the expectations of our clients and delight the users of our buildings. Coupled with this, we have the advantage of shaping cities, towns and communities with our work. What an outstanding opportunity!
What drives me is the design and development of senior communities that meet and exceed the expectations of our clients. This needs to be done in a way that is respectful of budgetary concerns and the many other challenges a typical project will face. My goal is building collaborative relationshipswith our clients and together, creating the most outstanding Senior Environments in America.
Architecture is not solely about buildings. Builders do buildings. Architects create spaces. Architecture is a design process that seeks to creatively address multiple issues in our environment. The search for ways to represent, shape, and define spaces motivates me to develop better designs. My passion is focused on bringing our clients innovative solutions which they can easily visualize and make more informed decisions. Working collaboratively with our clients ensures that the best design decisions are being made and having a meaningful impact for both those that visit and those that call our spaces “HOME.”
Architecture to me is a vehicle to achieve meaningful spaces and places where people can experience a higher quality of life. My motivation in this profession is to continuously challenge myself to achieve such spaces and produce environments capable of satisfying the client and the end-user. Regardless of the many constraints that are presented to us as architects, the preservation of this notion of higher quality is my goal.
We believe in the inherent potential, worth, and dignity of all people.
We believe working for the good of people is our highest calling. We strive for the health, happiness, and maximum potential of people. Our goal is to help people have better, more meaningful lives.
We believe that when we succeed, our work changes the world. Our purpose is accomplished through our practice of architecture.
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