W. Hollis Weaver AIA

M. Architecture, 1984, Miami University
B. Science, Construction Engineering, 1975, Purdue University
Registered Architect 1987, State of Ohio

Hollis Weaver serves as Project Manager/Project Architect for many of the firm’s projects. Hollis is an exceptionally thoughtful and talented designer, and is equally thorough in his approach to detailing and production of contract documents. The methodical nature of Hollis’ design and detailing process requires multiple iterations that result in successful outcomes appreciated by clients.

Hollis has an in-depth understanding of design that includes a respect for the traditional design styles often seen on University campuses. Hollis’ understanding of contemporary design concepts is also noteworthy, leading to award winning projects spanning his entire career.

Hollis teaches a design studio as adjunct faculty for Miami University, and was selected by students as “Effective Educator” nominee in 2006.

Notable Projects

Project Manager
Miami University, Shriver Center Renovation
Miami University, Anderson and McFarland Hall Renovations
Miami University, Phillips Hall Art Center
Miami University, Warfield Hall Rehabilitation
Miami University, Roudebush Hall Renovation & Additions

Q&A

Why is architecture important to you?
I believe it is a true expression of how I communicate with the world.

What project do you feel you have made the largest impact and how did you influence that project?
I think the Warfield Hall renovation probably represents the project that I had the most impact on. The exterior modifications reflect my understanding of working in the context of Miami University, while the interior represents my ability to mediate between modern influences and the traditional styles of this campus. While this project was a team effort, I feel that I provided a strong direction that lead to the final solution.