AIA, LEED AP
Architect / principal
Dale grew up on the prairie of western North Dakota in the city of Mandan, North Dakota. Mandan was named after a band of Sioux Indians that wintered Lewis & Clark on their journey to the Pacific Ocean. Mandan is also famous for being adjacent to the Army post that General George Armstrong Custer was headquartered prior to the Battle of Little Big Horn in Montana.
He moved on to college at North Dakota State University in Fargo where he graduated with a degree in Business Economics. After a few years in the real world, he returned to academia—earning his professional degree in Architecture. He remained in Fargo for the beginning of his career, with highlights of this period being a residence for a group of Catholic Sisters and a Lutheran Church.
Wanderlust overcame Dale 25 years ago, and the flatness of the plains gave way to his desire to live in the mountains. He moved to Salt Lake City and found a home at GSBS. His professional time has been spent enjoying his passion, design.
On weekends and downtime, you can find him biking, hiking, skiing or just driving around in his white Corvette.
• Salt Lake City Public Safety Building
• Salt Lake Community College Center for the Arts and Media
• Utah Valley University Science Building
• University of Utah College of Nursing
• Ogden Weber ATC Health Technology Building
• Weber State University – Davis Classroom Building
• Big-D Corporate Headquarters
• Utah Olympic Oval
• College of Eastern Utah – San Juan Classroom Building
• USU Merrill Cazier Library
• Cottonwood Corporate Center
• Southtowne Exposition Center
• Bennett Federal Building
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