Crispin K. Conklin

Crispin K. Conklin

Design Architect

After several decades as a conceptual architectural designer and a manager of architectural services, Crispin brings exceptional value, creative energy and exciting new ideas to our team. Not only does he have vast expertise in A&E, he has deep knowledge in all capacities related to construction.  He has trained and studied in the Far East and has experience in international marketing, as well as foreign design.

Crispin will assess our client’s needs and develop architectural concepts and presentations to address those needs in the most effective way possible. In addition to developing preliminary designs, programming and land development, Crispin will manage the design-portion of their project throughout the entire design/build process.

The most important part of his job is working closely with our clients to promise that their vision becomes their reality.  “I’m committed to bringing enthusiasm and engagement to every project.  My job is to surpass the expectations of every single client.  Understanding the role and responsibility of my position is important to me, as this facilitates meeting the expectations of the team, in order to achieve team goals.”

What books are on Crispin’s nightstand:  “Hector and the Search for Happiness” by François Lelord and “Resisting Happiness” by Matthew Kelly and “Good to Great” by James C. Collins, which was a gift given to him from Jim Caliendo.

Education
Savannah College of Art & Design
Master of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture

United States Army Corp of Engineers – Reserves
51T – Technical Engineering Specialist
Rank:  E4-Specialist

Accreditations
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Architectural State Licenses:
Texas Board of Architectural Examiners (TBAE)
Pennsylvania State Architects Licensure Board
Ohio Architects Board
Colorado State Board of Licensure for Architects
Florida Board of Architecture and Interior Design