Chris Tyner, AIA

Associate Principal

Chris’s interest in architecture began in his youth, providing free labor for his engineer grandfather’s pet projects: setting concrete, laying stone landscape walls, and – his favorite – constructing treehouses. From these humble beginnings, he earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Southern Polytechnic State University, receiving the AIA Henry Adams Medal for academic excellence. Most recently, Chris worked with the Seattle office of Perkins & Will. Chris’s 21-year career includes leading the design of sports stadiums and team facilities, mixed-use, multifamily high-rise, office buildings, and more. While his expansive project experience forms the backbone of his generalist strengths, he is also a LEED AP and RELi AP committed to sustainability, wellness, and resilience. He believes that successful architecture begins with robust relationships with owners, users, communities, and project teams.

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