David is a native North Carolinian with over twenty years of architectural experience. He graduated with a professional architectural degree from UNC Charlotte before joining RND Architects in 2008. In 2011, he became a partner in the firm and today serves as Principal Architect and firm Vice President.
David specializes in the design of premier healthcare and government facilities. He has a breadth of experience designing laboratories, exam rooms, clinics, offices, medical procedure rooms, and operating rooms. Many of North Carolina’s leading healthcare providers have come to depend upon David’s creative vision, understanding of complex building systems, and personal leadership style to achieve their renovation and adaptive re-use aspirations. Notable projects in his portfolio include the new Western Regional State Crime Laboratory, Hillsborough Town Barn and Annex Renovation, and the transformation of UNC Chapel Hill’s Taylor Student Health Services facility.
Since his youth, David has been drawn to architecture. As a young child, he cultivated a love for sketching by drawing houses, buildings, and landscape plans for fun. Today, David still enjoys employing pen and paper as a go-to method for problem solving. Outside of architecture, David’s hobbies extend to mountain biking, snowboarding, boating, and working on his two 1980’s era Toyota cars and his wife’s family fire truck.
Western Regional State Crime Laboratory
Taylor Student Health Services Renovation – UNC Chapel Hill