Operational Leadership

  • Kirk Bobo, FAIA, Business Leader is a visionary assuring all elements of a superb practice are in place at HBG Design.
  • Terri Struminger, COO / Corporate Leader ensures operations run like clockwork, creating a workplace where personal/professional growth is emphasized.
  • Rick Gardner, AIA, Practice Leader champions and nurtures the firm's 'best practices' culture in all aspects of design and delivery and superior client service.
  • Jeff Bailey, CPA, Chief Financial Officer elevates fiscal responsibility to an art form, offering strategic guidance on firm budgetary decisions.
  • Tamara Goff, CPSM, Director of Marketing oversees corporate messaging, making sure the firm always puts its best foot forward as a national industry design leader.
  • Josh Flowers, AIA, LEED AP, Legal Counsel holds dual licenses in architecture and law, an added value in maintaining firm and client interests.

Meet HBG Design’s Operational Leadership Team. These firm leaders are charged with creating a Best Place to Work environment at the firm, and they are doing a terrific job helping to assure that working at HBG Design is more enjoyment than employment. From progressive business practices to professional development programs to employee recognition celebrations, the initiatives developed have helped to grow the firm and set us apart. Design is important at HBG Design, and we’ve been recognized with over 200 design and industry awards to back that up. But it’s our people and our culture that represent the core of who we are! We can back that up too… with over four A/E/C industry ‘Best Places to Work’ awards and most recently, the National IDP Outstanding Firm Award (2015 – 2018) from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Our team has created an organizational approach that gives employees the independence to do what they do best, and a commitment to providing unique benefits that add to the quality of personal and professional life of HBG Design staff.

Operational Leadership

Meet HBG Design’s Operational Leadership Team. These firm leaders are charged with creating a Best Place to Work environment at the firm, and they are doing a terrific job helping to assure that working at HBG Design is more enjoyment than employment. From progressive business practices to professional development programs to employee recognition celebrations, the initiatives developed have helped to grow the firm and set us apart. Design is important at HBG Design, and we’ve been recognized with over 200 design and industry awards to back that up. But it’s our people and our culture that represent the core of who we are! We can back that up too… with over four A/E/C industry ‘Best Places to Work’ awards and most recently, the National IDP Outstanding Firm Award (2015 – 2018) from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Our team has created an organizational approach that gives employees the independence to do what they do best, and a commitment to providing unique benefits that add to the quality of personal and professional life of HBG Design staff.

  • Kirk Bobo, FAIA, Business Leader is a visionary assuring all elements of a superb practice are in place at HBG Design.
  • Terri Struminger, COO / Corporate Leader ensures operations run like clockwork, creating a workplace where personal/professional growth is emphasized.
  • Rick Gardner, AIA, Practice Leader champions and nurtures the firm's 'best practices' culture in all aspects of design and delivery and superior client service.
  • Jeff Bailey, CPA, Chief Financial Officer elevates fiscal responsibility to an art form, offering strategic guidance on firm budgetary decisions.
  • Tamara Goff, CPSM, Director of Marketing oversees corporate messaging, making sure the firm always puts its best foot forward as a national industry design leader.
  • Josh Flowers, AIA, LEED AP, Legal Counsel holds dual licenses in architecture and law, an added value in maintaining firm and client interests.