Rob grew up with two great passions: golf and the desire to be an architect. What do the two have in common? More than you might think. To be a really good golfer, it requires dedicated practice and thorough preparedness. For a successful round of golf, it is important to study and scope out the course in advance and appreciate the landscape in which you are playing. You have to plan and visualize your shots and, occasionally when warranted, you have to be of strong character to assess yourself a penalty stroke. Rob learned these lessons early and he learned them well. We think that he why he is such a good architect and one people enjoy working with.
These days, Rob has emerged to be a distinguished project planner. You might say “he sees the shots” before he takes them. Plus when a shot finds the rough, he is skilled at seeing and executing the best recovery shot to get back to the fairway. He knows the course very well and passionately enjoys working with others and guiding them to exceptional results in which all take pride.