TEG Architects, an architectural, planning and interior design firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of two team members. Kyle Wilson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C and Ernie Dreher IV, AIA have been promoted to Partners and are now shareholders of the firm.
Kyle has provided exceptional creative planning, programming and design for 15 years. Our clients benefit from his insightful, organized manner of communicating interpretations of the visions of a broad perspective of clients. Kyle is extremely detailed in his work, meticulous about project results and collaborates efficiently with all parties from stakeholders and client leaders to project consultants.
Ernie is a remarkable creative health care planner with 20 years of experience in health care facility design and consultation. He provides strong leadership and vision during initial project planning phases while focusing on stakeholder needs, collaboration and incorporation. He is responsible for a full range of master planning services including strategic planning analysis, space program analysis and conceptual through schematic design development.
“Ernie and Kyle embody the values of TEG – Service, Quality and Creativity. Both gentlemen demonstrate every day that they strive to improve in every aspect of their profession,” said Wayne Estopinal, President of TEG Architects. “Leadership is incredibly important to our firm’s culture and to the quality design we provide our clients. Ernie and Kyle jointly have demonstrated great insights, skill and commitment to our clients and staff. Adding both as Partners is an honor.”
Both will continue to oversee the firm’s design excellence and development of innovative design solutions. These promotions allow TEG to continue moving forward into generational leadership and continuity in the firm’s approach to service, quality and creativity.
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