Chris Hamilton received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from University of California, Berkeley in 1992. He joined Moore Ruble Yudell in 1997, after completing his Master of Architecture degree at University of Michigan.
Chris has demonstrated his leadership and creative approach to problem solving through his experience managing complex projects such as the Bioengineering building at the University of California, Santa Barbara, which is on track for LEED Gold certification, and the French Family Science Center at Duke University, which received LEED Silver certification. His experience extends throughout the entire project process, from initial programming through the end of construction. Chris has also had significant roles on a broad range of civic and campus projects including the United States Courthouse in Fresno, California.
Chris combines flexible thinking with a diligent and organized management approach, which allows him to prioritize and accommodate changing conditions. His concurrent role as IT Director within our office also makes him particularly well suited to facilitate an innovative design process that leverages current technology and pays careful attention to issues of quality control.