Established by Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, LEED Fellow in 1975, LEA-Architects is a nationally recognized firm headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. We are a leading professional design firm that focuses on quality Architecture, Sustainable Design, Planning + Construction Management. Our highly qualified design associates offer a broad range of professional skills, applied design, and construction expertise. Over the last three decades, LEA has designed over 150 Fire Stations, Public Safety Facilities, Airports, Libraries, Admin/Offices, Police projects and Courts. LEA’s practice also focuses on private sector projects ranging in scale from single family residences, urban infill, to large scale commercial and mixed use projects.

Our design philosophy is to incorporate specific designs that are in direct response to each client’s individual functional requirements, community influences, site and climatic constraints, sustainability goals, and budgetary limits. We continue to provide accomplished design across the United States and the Southwest. LEA is a LEED accredited firm and a member of the USGBC. LEA-Architects has won numerous awards for quality design, energy efficiency and environmental excellence. Owners, Municipalities, and Departments are continually satisfied with our expertise and “Team Approach” allowing us frequent repeat clients

LAWRENCE ENYART, FAIA, FSAME, LEED Fellow

lenyart@lea-architects.com

www.LEA-Architects.com

Education:

*Arizona State University - Master of Architecture - Professional Degree - 1977

*Arizona State University - Bachelor of Architecture - Professional Degree 1972

*University of Iowa - Bachelor of Arts, Industrial Design 1966

*U.S. Army Engineer Officer School, Ft Belvoir, Virginia 1967

*U.S. Air Force Air Command & Staff College, The Air University, Alabama 1984

*Pilot, Airplane - FAA License - Commercial Pilot Flying Program, Phoenix 1979

*National Security Management, National Defense University, Washington, D.C. 1990

*Harvard University - Graduate School of Design, Professioinal Development Design 1994

Professional Design Honors & Awards:

  • USGBC AZ Heavy Medal Award, LEED Fellow - 2015
  • Design & Sustainability Excellence Award, Keep Sedona Beautiful-2015
  • LEED Fellow, LEED AP + Invested New Orleans USGBC at Green Build International Conference - 2014
  • Arizona Forward Governor’s Award for Energy and Technology Innovation, Northern AZ – 2014
  • USGBC AZ Heavy Medal Awards, LEED Platinum (2), LEED Gold (2) – 2014
  • Gold Design Award Sedona Fire Station 6, Fire Rescue and the IAFC Design Awards Program - 2014
  • Coconino County Sustainable Building Program, top Advanced Level Plus Sustainable Building Design Excellence Award - Sedona Fire Station 6 - 2014
  • AIA Western Mountain Region Design Excellence Merit Award – Paradise Valley Residence - 2013
  • AIA AZ Sustainable Firm of the Year 2012 - LEA Architects win top Award for Sustainability for over 10 years of Sustainable Distinguished Architecture, 2012
  • AIA AZ Presidents Award to Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, Chairman AIA AZ College of Fellows - AIA AZ College of Fellows Leadership Plan and Disaster Assistance Efforts, 2012
  • Valley Forward Crescordia Environmental Design Excellence Award – Wolff Residence, Paradise Valley, AZ 2012
  • Gold Design Award, Central Yavapai Regional Training Academy (CYRTA), National Competition US & Canada Fire Chief Magazine, Chicago, 2012
  • Silver Design Award, Grand Canyon National Park Airport Operations + ARFF, National Competition US & Canada Fire Chief Magazine, Chicago, 2012
  • Architectural Design Excellence Honor Award, AZ Masonry Guild – Phoenix Fire Station No. 59, 2012
  • Architectural Design Excellence Citation Award, AZ Masonry Guild – City of Tolleson Administration + Fire Station, 2012
  • AIA Western Mountain Region Honors Lawrence Enyart, FAIA with the prestigious AIA Silver Medal Award - The AIA Silver Medal is the highest award given an Architect in the six state WMR Region and has been won only by a select few Architects over time. Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, LEED AP has transcended all boundaries at a national and international level, has made significant and lasting contributions to the profession of Architecture, provided disaster assistance for our nation, and has won over 100 design excellence awards showing his strong commitment to Design and the Art of Architecture. – 2011
  • AIA AZ, President’s Commendation Award to Lawrence Enyart, FAIA - 2011
  • LEED Gold Certification from the USGBC for Tolleson Administration and Fire Station - November 2011
  • American Institute of Architects, AIA AZ, "Kemper Goodwin Award of Excellence" for the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Operations, Police and Fire Facility - 2011
  • Design Excellence Merit Award for Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Operations, Police and Fire Facility - F.I.E.R.O. and the International Association Fire Chiefs Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2011
  • AZ Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award – Paradise Valley Fire Station No.1 – 2011
  • Valley Forward Design Award for Environmental Excellence – Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Center (GRPSTC) 77 acre campus – 2011
  • GOLD Brick in Architecture Award for Tolleson Fire Station and Administration Building - 2011
  • LEED Gold Certification from the USGBC for Grand Canyon National Park Airport ARFF and Operations Building - 2011
  • Coconino County Sustainable Building Program, top Advanced Level Plus Sustainable Building Design Excellence Award - Grand Canyon National Park Airport Operations Building and Air Rescue Fire Fighting Facility - 2010
  • Coconino County Sustainable Building Program, top Advanced Level Plus Sustainable Building Design Excellence Award - Highland Fire District Mountainaire Fire Station 23 - 2010
  • Design Excellence Honor Award for Forest Highlands Fire Station No. 25 - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2010
  • Design Excellence Merit Award for Paradise Valley Fire Station No. 1 - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2010
  • Design Excellence Merit Award for Grand Canyon National Park Airport ARFF - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2010
  • Valley Forward Crescordia Award for Environmental Excellence – Downtown Scottsdale Fire Station No. 2, LEED Platinum – 2010
  • Coconino County's top Advanced Sustainable Building Award is presented to LEA-Architects. Larry Enyart, FAIA, LEED AP and Lance Enyart, AIA, LEED AP accepted the award for Highlands Fire Station No. 23 from the Coconino County Sustainable Building Program Officials at the dedication of the building on the 4th of July 2010.
  • City of Scottsdale’s Environmental Design Awards (SEDA) top award to LEA Architects. Scottsdale Fire Station No. 2, the first LEED Platinum Fire Station is the US, is recognized by the City of Scottsdale’s SEDA awards jury for sustainable technologies design excellence. Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, LEED AP and Lance Enyart, AIA, LEED AP are the Architects for this LEED Platinum building - 2010
  • NCMA Design Excellence Honor Award for top Commercial project in the US & Canada. The National Concrete Masonry Association, Washington, DC. Paradise Valley Fire Station 2 Honor Award presentation at the NCMA national convention, San Antonio, Texas - 2010
  • LEED Platinum Certification from the USGBC for Scottsdale Fire Station 2, first Fire Station in the United States to be awarded LEED Platinum - 2009
  • Design Excellence Honor Award for 'On the Boards': Sedona Chapel Fire Station - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2009
  • Design Excellence Merit Award for Paradise Valley Fire Station No. 2 - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2009
  • Gold Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence, National Competition Chicago - Satellite Category, Forest Highlands Fire Station No. 25, Flagstaff, Arizona - 2009
  • Gold Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence, National Competition Chicago - Training Facility Category, Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Center (GRPSTC) Glendale, Arizona - 2009
  • LEA – Architects receives Green Building of America Award for Scottsdale Fire Station No. 2, a USGBC LEED Platinum building that was selected by a distinguished jury from over 2,500 Entries from across the United States, published in the SW addition Real Estate and Construction Review - 2009
  • Valley Forward Environmental Design Excellence Award, Paradise Valley Fire Station 1 - 2009
  • Architectural Award, Masonry Guild Design Excellence - Scottsdale Fire Station 2 - 2009
  • Architectural Award, Masonry Guild Design Excellence - Paradise Valley Fire Station 2 - 2009
  • Design Excellence Honor Award for: Town of Carefree Fire Station No. 1 - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2008
  • Design Excellence Honor Award for: Downtown Scottsdale Fire Station 2 - F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium, Charlotte, NC - 2008
  • Bronze Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence, National Competition Chicago - Satellite Category, Goodyear Fire Station No. 185 - 2008
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Peoria Jomax Fire Station No. 7 - 2008
  • Desert Peaks Award for Regional Excellence + Partnership from the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG), Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Center - 2008
  • Gold Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence Satellite Category, National Competition Chicago - Peoria Jomax Fire Station No. 197 - 2007
  • Design Excellence Merit Award from FIERO and Fire Rescue Magazine - Peoria Jomax Fire Station No. 7, Peoria, AZ - New Construction Category - 2007
  • Design Excellence Merit Award from FIERO and Fire Rescue Magazine San Luis Obispo Airport Station No. 21, San Luis Obispo, CA - New Construction Category - 2007
  • IPA (Industrial Perforators Association) Competition Winner - Honorable Mention, Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Center - 2007
  • IPA (Industrial Perforators Association) Competition Winner - Honorable Mention, San Luis Obispo Airport Station No. 21 - 2007
  • IPA (Industrial Perforators Association) Competition Winner - Honorable Mention, Chandler Fire Training Academy - 2007
  • Metal Architecture Design Awards - Honorable Mention Design Citation, San Luis Obispo Airport Station No. 21, Published - 2007
  • AIA Arizona, Lawrence Enyart, FAIA LEED AP, is awarded the American Institute of Architects Arizona "Kemper Goodwin Award of Excellence" for Phoenix Sky Harbor Center Station 16 - 2006
  • Silver Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence Satellite Category, National Competition Chicago - Goodyear AZ Station 184 - 2006
  • Honor Award for Design Excellence - Concrete Masonry Association California Nevada (CMACN) and the American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) - San Luis Obispo Airport Station No. 21 - 2006
  • Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, FSAME, LEED AP, BGen, USAF (ret), president of LEA was nominated in Jan 2006 and selected winner of the nationally prestigious Max O. Urbahn, FAIA Medal, S.A.M.E. for "exceptional eminent and numerous notable contributions in the field of architecture" - 2006
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - City of Goodyear Fire Station 184 - 2006
  • Award of Recognition - "Obispo Beautiful Association" - New Construction / Civic, San Luis Obispo County Airport Station No. 21 - 2006
  • Brigadier General Larry Enyart, FAIA is added to the University of Iowa’s 255th detachment Air Force ROTC prestigious “Distinguished Graduates Roster” - 2005
  • Phoenix Architect Lawrence Enyart, FAIA is published in Desert Living Magazine in “Hotlist of One Hundred Desert Architects” – July 2005
  • NCMA Top commercial category Design Excellence Award and Cash Prize for the US + Canada, The National Concrete Masonry Association, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport ARFF Station 19 - 2005
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Yuma Readiness and Community Center - 2005
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Flagstaff Pulliam Airport Operations Facility - 2005
  • Platinum Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence All Categories, National Competition Chicago - Phoenix Fire Station 16 - 2005
  • Gold Fire Chief Magazine Top Award for Design Excellence Satellite Category, National Competition Chicago - Phoenix Fire Station 16 - 2005
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Pulliam Airport Operations Building - Flagstaff, AZ - 2005
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Peoria Fire Station No. 1 - Peoria, AZ - 2005
  • Valley Forward Crescordia Environmental Excellence Design Award, City of Phoenix - 2005
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Gilbert Fire Station No. 11 - Gilbert, AZ - 2004
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Peoria Fire Station No. 2 - Peoria, AZ - 2004
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Facility No. 29 - Phoenix, AZ - 2004
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport ARFF Station No. 29 - 2004
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Gilbert Fire Station No. 11 - 2004
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport ARFF Station No. 19 - 2003
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Facility No. 19 - 2003
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Yuma Fire Station No. 5 - Yuma, AZ - 2002
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Chandler Fire Station No. 3 - Chandler, AZ - 2002
  • Fire Chief Magazine Citation Award - Goodyear Fire Station No. 3 - Goodyear, AZ - 2002
  • Masonry Guild Design Excellence Award - Chandler Fire Training Academy - 2002
  • Bronze Order United States Army Corps of Engineers "de Fluery Medal" to Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, Brig. General USAF (Ret.) - 2001
  • Brigadier General Larry Enyart, FAIA is inducted in the prestigious “Engineer OCS Hall of Fame”, Fort Leonard Wood, MO - 2001
  • Valley Forward Environmental Excellence, Award of Merit, Buildings & Structures, City of Chandler Fire Station No. 3 - 2000
  • Valley Forward Environmental Excellence, Crescordia Award, Buildings & Structures, City of Chandler Public Safety Fire Training Facility - 1999
  • Society of American Military Engineers – Fellowship Investiture, Brigadier General Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, FSAME, USAF, University of Illinois - 1998
  • City of Yuma Design Excellence - Top Commercial Project, Yuma Fire Station No. 2 - 1998
  • City of Tempe Visual Improvement Award, Police and Fire Training Academy - 1996
  • ACI Excellence in Design, Masonry Excellence Award, Public Library - 1994
  • Arizona Energy Efficient Building Award, Fire Station/District Command Bldg - 1993
  • American Institute of Architects – AIA Fellowship Investiture, Lawrence Enyart, FAIA, Boston - 1992
  • City of Phoenix Mayor's Visual Improvement Award, FS &District Command Bldg - 1992
  • Valley Forward Design Excellence, Crescordia, Public Works-Building, Phoenix, AZ - 1992
  • ACI Excellence in Design, Concrete Excellence Award, Public Building - 1991
  • Arizona Energy Efficient Building Award, Phoenix Fire Station No. 8 - 1991
  • AIA/CAC Outstanding Service to the Community & Profession Award - 1991
  • Prestigious Installation Award, PIA Trophy & $3,000.00 Prize - Office Bldg - 1990
  • Pacific Gold Nugget Design Excellence Grand Award, San Francisco - Office Bldg - 1990
  • Pacific Gold Nugget Design Excellence Merit Award, San Francisco - Office Bldg - 1990
  • Valley Forward Design Excellence, Crescordia, Office Building, Phoenix, AZ - 1990
  • Honor Award, Individual Design Excellence, USAF, Washington, D.C. - 1990
  • City of Phoenix Visual Improvement Award as the Builder, Office Bldg., 1990
  • AIA Arizona Excellence in Architecture, Office Bldg, Merit Award - 1989
  • AIA Arizona Excellence as the Builder, Office Bldg, Merit Award - 1989
  • Arizona Energy Efficient Building Award, Merit Award, Office Bldg - 1989
  • Metal Construction Association Honor Award, Office Bldg - 1989
  • ACI Excellence in Design, Concrete Excellence Award, Fire Station - 1989
  • Library & Senior Center, Excellent CBDG Proj., State of AZ - 1988
  • Energy Efficient Building Award, Merit Award, FT Academy & Fire Station - 1988
  • Energy Efficient Building Award, Merit Award, Apache Junction Library - 1987
  • AIA Building Competition - $5,000.00 Grand Prize Winner - 1987
  • City of Phoenix - Excellence for Design and Construction - Training Academy - 1987
  • AIA Building Competition - $1,000.00 Prize Winner - 1986
  • City of Phoenix - Excellence for Design & Supervision Fire Station No. 23 - 1983
  • Arizona State University, first Professional Master of Architecture Degree Awarded by ASU College of Design, Summa Cum Laude to Lawrence Enyart – 1977
  • Arizona State University, Bachelor of Architecture Professional Degree, ASU College of Design, Deans List, all years Lawrence Enyart - 1972
  • AIA Henry Adams Award, Certificate of Merit, Arizona State Univ. - 1972
  • AIA Architectural Academic Excellence Award, Arizona State Univ. - 1970

Military Awards & Decorations:

  • Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster; United States Meritorious Service Medals with three oak leaf clusters; Air Force Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters; Army Commendation Medal; Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster; Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with three oak leaf clusters; Air Force Organizationa Award with four oak leaf clusters; Air Force Recognition Ribbon; USA Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Medal with two bronze stars; Viet Nam Service Medal with bronze star; Southwest Asia Service Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Air Force Longevity Service Award with one silver oak leaf cluster and two bronze oak leaf clusters; Armed Forces Reserve Medal with three mobilization devices; Small Arms Expert Rifle and Expert Pistol; Army Training Ribon; Air Force Training Ribbon; Viet Nam Campaign Medal; Promoted to General Officer USAF 1996; Selected as Fellow, the Society of American Military Engineers Academy of Fellows, 1998; Awarded the Army Corps of Engineers - de Fleury Medal, Bronze Order - 2001.

Other Honors

  • Summa Cum Laude and Dean’s List, all years, College of Architecture, ASU
  • College of Architecture Faculty Visiting Professor, ASU 1976-79
  • Reserve Forces Dean of the School of Civil Engineering and Adjunct Professor of Architecture, Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton, Ohio. 1984-85
  • U.S. Plywood Competition winner 1979, Published professional journals
  • Graduate School Study Fellowship for Solar Energy, ASU
  • Army Engineer OCS Hall of Fame 2001

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA), AIA Western Mountain Region Representative to the AIA College of Fellows
  • Air Force Association (AFA), General Officer
  • Reserve Officers Association (ROA) - Life Member, General Officer
  • Fire Safety Advisory Board, Mayor and City Council Appointment, 1990-92, Phoenix,
  • Chairman, Air Force Design Advisory Council, Consecutive Appointments, 1982-97
  • Arizona Fire Chiefs Association, Air Rescue and Fire Fighting Working Group
  • United States Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED Accredited Professional
  • Phoenix Art Museum Member
  • Desert Botanical Gardens Member
  • Fellow, Society of American Military Engineers, *Academy of Fellows, Alexandria, VA
  • Chairman AIA AZ College of Fellows 2012
  • LEED Fellow & LEED AP BD+C, USGBC
  • Regional Representative to the AIA National College of Fellows 2012-2016

LANCE ENYART, AIA, LEED AP
lance@lea-architects.com

EXPERIENCE:

Lance Enyart has been involved with LEA-Architects since 1993 and has served in all phases of the architectural process including planning, design, project management, and construction administration. He has been involved in a variety of projects ranging from residential, municipal, industrial, to commercial. Lance Serves as a Design Principal with LEA and is highly skilled in design communication and architectural visualization.

REGISTRATION AND CERTIFICATIONS:

Registered Architect State of Arizona 2006

LEED AP (BD+C)USGBC 2008

Certified Building Safety Assessment Professional State of California 2011

EDUCATION:

University of Arizona - Bachelor of Architecture - 5yr professional degree 2000

*Architectural thesis in “Urban Synergy” voted most outstanding project

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS + LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2006

Vice Chair, AIA Disaster Assistance Committee
Art (SMOCA) 2008

“Sustainable Fire Station Design” - Fire Chief Station Style Conference 2012
“Defining Sustainable Building Design” - Leadership West Stainability Issue Day 2013
“Fire Station Design and Construction Processes” - Fire Chief Station Style Conference 2013

TEACHING

Guest Critic, The Design School / Architecture Arizona State University 4th Year ADE 421 Architectural Studio III - Sustainable Systems Integration 2014

Guest Critic, University of Arizona College of Architecture 4th Year ARC 401 Technical Systems Integration Studio 2014

Guest Critic, The Design School / Architecture Arizona State University 5th Year ADE 522 Advanced Architectural Studio II 2013
Guest Critic, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture - Taliesin West 3rd Year - “Inside:Outside” Architectural Studio 2013
AWARDS

AIA Arizona Young Architect Award 2014

AZ Masonry Guild - Architectural Design 2014

Excellence Award – Sedona Fire Station 6 2014

AZ Forward Governor’s Award for Energy and Innovation - Sedona Fire Station 6 2014

AIA Western Mountain Region - Merit Award, Wolff Residence, Paradise Valley, AZ 2013

USGBC AZ - Design Excellence Award - City of Phoenix Station No. 59 2013

USGBC AZ - Design Excellence Award - Grand Canyon Airport Operations Building 2013

Arizona Forward - Environmental Design Excellence Award - Phoenix Fire Station 59 2013

AZ Masonry Guild - Design Excellence Award - El Mirage Fire Station + Administration 2013

AIA AZ Sustainable Firm of the Year 2012

ENR Southwest - Top Twenty Under 402012

Valley Forward - “Crescordia” Environmental Design Excellence Award - Wolff Residence 2012

AZ Masonry Guild - Design Excellence Honor Award - Phoenix Fire Station No. 59, 2012

AZ Masonry Guild - Design Excellence Citation Award - Tolleson Administration Building 2012

AIA Arizona - Kemper Goodwin Award of Excellence - Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport Ops. 2011

AZ Masonry Guild - Design Excellence Award – Paradise Valley Fire Station No. 1 2011

Brick in Architecture Award - Tolleson Fire Station and Administration Building 2011

Valley Forward - “Crescordia” Environmental Excellence Award - Scottsdale FS No. 2 2010

City of Scottsdale’s Environmental Design Award - Scottsdale Fire Station No. 2 2010

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program Sustainable Award 2010

NCMA Design Excellence Honor Award - Paradise Valley Fire Station No. 2 2010

F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium - Design Excellence Merit Award - Paradise Valley F.S. No. 1 2010

F.I.E.R.O. Design Symposium - Design Excellence Honor Award - Highlands FS 25 2010

Valley Forward - Environmental Design Excellence Award - Paradise Valley Fire Station 1 2009

Masonry Guild - Design Excellence Award - Scottsdale Fire Station 2 2009

Masonry Guild - Design Excellence Award - Paradise Valley Fire Station No.2 2009

LINDSEY ENYART

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RANDY JONES, RA
rjones@lea-architects.com

Present Position:

Senior Project Manager, Quality Control Director

Professional Registration:
Architect, Arizona 1994

Education:
Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Design 1987 Rock Valley College, Rockford, IL. 1984

Experience:
Mr. Jones has been involved with LEA - Architects, LLC since 1986 and has served in all phases of the architectural process including planning, design, production, bidding and construction administration. He has been involved in a variety of projects ranging from housing, emergency service buildings, industrial and office design.

Representational Project Experience would include:

  • Project Manager for the Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Facility
  • Project Manager for the Grand Canyon ARFF - LEED Certifi ed
  • Project Manager for the Apache Junction Fire District Administration Building
  • Project Manager for the Highlands Fire Station No. 25
  • Project Manager for the Cottonwood Public Safety Building
  • Project Manager for Goodyear Estrella Mountain Ranch Public Safety Building
  • Project Manager for the Goodyear Fire Station No. 3/Police Substation
  • Project Manager for the Air National Guard Base Civil Engineering & Security Police
  • Complex
  • Project Manager for the Phoenix Sky Harbor Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Facility No.
  • 19 & 29
  • Project Manager for the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport Operations Building, Aircraft Rescue
  • Fire Fighting Facility & Snow Removal Equipment Facility - Green Materials Design
  • Project Manager for the Henderson Training Academy & Fire Station No. 92
  • Project Manager for the Peoria Fire Station No. 191 & 192
  • Project Manager for the Gilbert Fire Station No. 11
  • Project Manager for the Mesa Fire Station No. 218
  • Project Manager for the Yuma Fire Station No. 5 and AWC Training Classroom
  • Project Manager for the Flagstaff Fire Station No. 6
  • Project Manager for the Camp Navajo Security Operations Center
  • Project Manager for the Payson Public Library
  • Project Manager for the Lake Havasu City Public Works Maintenance Facility
  • Project Manager for the Goodyear Justice Facility
  • Project Manager for the Avondale Social Services Remodel and Addition
  • Architectural Coordinator for Yuma Fire Station No. 2
  • Architectural Coordinator for several Phoenix Fire Stations
  • Architectural Coordinator for Apache Junction Fire Station No. 1 & Station No. 3
  • Addition
  • Architectural Coordinator for the Chandler Fire Training Facility
  • Architectural Coordinator for the Lake Havasu City Fire Training Academy
  • Architectural Coordinator for the Cottonwood Public Library
  • Architectural Coordinator for the Avondale Library Addition

Randy is involved in the updating and preparation of specifications for all projects. He works with owners and vendors to specify the best possible product for each job. He works with a LEA office specification that has been developed over several years containing products and techniques that are proven and reliable. He also cross-checks this with other master specifications and extensive product research. Randy has also performed extensive work in the area of complex property issues, complex building system integration, and project management in all delivery types including Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build,and CM@Risk.

SEAN COLE, ASSOC. AIA, LEED GA
sean_cole@lea-architects.com

SHIVANSH THANAWALA

shivansh@lea-architects.com

SARAH SUKTA
marketing director
ssukta@lea-architects.com