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Dave Stoll

Project Architect, AIA

Dave has 30 years of relevant architectural experience in the design of administrative and healthcare facilities. He is accomplished at developing solutions that meet requirements for expansion, flexibility, adaptability, and durability.

Dave is a registered Architect in Indiana, Ohio and Missouri. He is a current AIA member, and holds a degree from The Ohio State University.

As Project Architect, Dave is directly responsible for the project’s design, client communication, and day-to-day coordination of the project team’s assignments. He researches design methods and materials to arrive at the most appropriate design solution for each project. His technical abilities, attention to detail, time and project management skills lead to client confidence and successful projects.

Experience

Healthcare


Veterans Administration Hospital – Dayton, Ohio
  • Building 320 Units A, B & E Community Living Center and Nursing Care Center
  • Renovation of Audiology Department, New Poly-trauma Pain Clinic, New Medical Center
  • Media Studio and Office Space
  • Dental Care Facility Addition
  • Emergency Department Expansion

University of Kentucky – Lexington, Kentucky
  • New Patient Acute Care Facility
  • Biomedical/Biomedical Sciences & Research Laboratory


New York Blood Center – New York, New York

  • Donor Facilities Renovation included Blood Screening Areas, Blood Storage and Diagnostic Laboratories


Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Ambulatory Service Building Addition

  • Dining and Entry Addition


Food and Drug Administration (FDA) – Cincinnati, Ohio

  • New Forensic Lab


The Ohio State University – Columbus, Ohio

  • Postle Hall – Dental Lab


Mayfield Neurological Institute – Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Interior and Exterior Renovations


Bayer Corporation – San Diego, California and Elkhart, Indiana

  • Blood/Plasma Serum Quality Testing Laboratory


Wright Patterson Air Force Base – Dayton, Ohio

  • Environmental Health Effects Research Laboratory