Growth and Leadership

During our annual spring stockholder’s meeting, we had the pleasure of introducing advancements in ownership with six new stockholders, five new partners, and one senior partner. These individuals possess the expertise and the dedication to clients that enable our continued success, and we’re proud to call them RDG family!.

The new stockholders have each shown the capability to positively affect the overall success of RDG and the ability to work effectively in the RDG team environment with staff and clients. They are:
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Mike HoustonIntern Architect ; Hilary NavratilInterior Designer; Matt NiebuhrArtist/Designe; Lorin Ditzler, AICPUrban Planner; Dave Heuring, AIAArchitect; Bruce NiedermyerIntern Landscape Architect
Each new partner has demonstrated leadership, management, and organizational skills along with a reinforcement of vision and creativity critical to the continued success of RDG. Pat Boddy offers a wealth of experience in public engagement and outreach, strategic and master planning, and overall parks, natural resources, and watershed management to RDG. Her work focuses on supporting all projects with the means to achieve social, environmental, and economic results. Mike Chambers brings more than 35 years of electrical construction and engineering experience to the RDG team. He has successfully engineered power, lighting, security, and life-safety systems for a wide variety of project types in each of RDG’s major market sectors. Nick Schulz has been involved in K-12 and university and collegiate projects for more than 12 years. He assists clients in the programming, design, and construction of their projects and is a constant presence throughout every project, allowing him to build lasting relationships that continue to be a cornerstone of RDG’s success. Jonathan Martin centers his focus in various aspects of the planning and design of college and university campuses and sports and urban design projects. Through integration with client groups and key design professionals, he strives to provide the best solution for the client, end users, and the environment. In his 14 years with RDG, Marty Miller has focused primarily on sports and recreation projects nationwide. He leads projects in all technical aspects, offering a continuous connection to clients throughout all phases of the architectural process.
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Michael Chambers, PEElectrical Engineer; Martin Miller, AIAArchitect; Patricia Boddy, PESustainability Director; Nick Schulz, AIA Architect; Jonathan Martin, PLALandscape Architect
It’s no small accomplishment to be invited to become a senior partner. The capability to lead a focus market; to envision, discuss, and influence the strategic direction of RDG; and demonstration of an acute business sense are skills developed in reaching this level. Congratulations to Randy Milbrath on achieving this significant milestone.
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We recognize that innovation, leadership, dedication, and commitment are imperative to the growth and diversity of our firm, and we offer our sincere thanks and congratulations to each of these RDG team members.

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