Dallas, TX: TreanorHL today announced that Micah Davis, AIA, has been promoted to associate principal in the firm’s Higher Education design studio.
Micah has extensive experience on large-scale, multi-million-dollar higher education facility projects, including the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building at the UNT Health Science Center, the Experimental Sciences Building II at Texas Tech University, the Science and Engineering Building at the University of Texas at San Antonio, as well as a cutting-edge new mental health and addiction research facility in Toronto. This experience, combined with Micah’s presence in Dallas, supports TreanorHL’s mission of further expanding the level of service available across Texas.
“Micah has shown the leadership skills we need to continue to grow our presence in Dallas and more specifically in our higher education market nationwide,” says Dan Rowe, president of TreanorHL. “His experience working with internal and external teams has prepared him for this leadership role. His ability to listen intently to client needs, and address those needs with creativity and energy, will feed the success of the entire team. We look forward to seeing where he can lead us.”
“Micah is an important part of the leadership of our firm and our studio. He is passionate about higher education, and he believes in the mission and values of each of our clients. Micah is a true professional, and he is focused on helping to grow the profession. We are lucky to have him as part of our TreanorHL team.,” says Tim Reynolds, TreanorHL principal and Higher Education studio leader.
About Micah Davis
Micah is a gifted architect who has dedicated the last eight years of his career to the planning and design of higher education facilities. Micah’s years of experience have helped create spaces where students and researchers learn, interact, and discover. He is skilled with SketchUp, Enscape3D, and in the development of Revit models, producing immersive visuals that help communicate design as part of the team’s collaborative process. He believes great design is rooted in purpose, function, and the client’s vision, and he brings excitement and creativity to all of his projects. Micah’s leadership in TreanorHL’s Higher Education studio, combined with his years of experience, makes him a great asset to the firm.
“In this new role, I look forward to working with our clients to create amazing spaces that foster education, learning, and research,” says Micah. “I look forward to working with our team and leadership in Dallas to build a studio that has the knowledge and expertise to tackle the needs of the higher education market both now and in the future. I am excited to build upon the clients we already have and to create new relationships with clients we have yet to work with.”
Micah’s key project experience includes:
Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building, UNT Health Science Center, Fort Worth, TX
Experimental Sciences Building II, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Science and Engineering Building, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
School of Medicine Center for Human Genetics, University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, Brownsville, TX
Mental Health and Addiction Research Facility, Toronto, ON
Biomedical Research Expansion, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
UNT Frisco Campus Building One, University of North Texas, Frisco, TX
Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies, UT Health San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Large Scale Structural Testing Facility, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX