The most important element of our growth and success is the trust we build with our clients. We strive to create a spirit of cooperativeness and build personal relationship with each client. The right people brought together in a positive collaborative environment brings about the best results.
George R. Auten, Jr., PE, LEED AP BD+C
George Auten is an Atriax principal. Offering servant leadership to employees and guidance through all facets of our growing enterprise, George sets the tone for the support and care of our clients. George also takes good care of himself and if you are up early in the morning you might see him running or riding his bike.
Edward H. Henson, RA
Ed is an Atriax principal. Decisive, thoughtful and with a wealth of knowledge and experience, Ed gets the best out of his design teams and every client benefits from his input. There is always a gym bag or a go-cart part in the back of Ed’s truck from his weekend excursions.
Robert A. “Bob” Sinclair, MS
When he is not working to keep things humming along at Atriax as Director of Operations, Bob can be found humming along with his guitar at local venues, festivals and listening rooms.
As an Army Reservist and Atriax Project Manager, Joe is always prepared. His projects are timely, well organized and thoughtfully executed. When he is not on active duty or taking care of project details he likes to spend with his lovely family in the great outdoors.
Rick is a very talented construction craftsman. With a truck full of tools and a lifetime of experience, Rick makes our projects go from idea to reality. One the weekends, he often heads to the woods to get away from it all!
C. William (Bill) Bevins, FAIA
Bill has been the recipient of many architectural awards, medals of Honor and the respect of his peers and clients. He continues to offer his special brand of wisdom to all of our projects. However, this is the biggest fish he could catch on this day!
Paige Brigham, LEED AP O+M
Paige watches carefully over our clients, and gives them boutique-level service that is the trademark of this company. She also knows how to relax with her family!
It doesn’t matter if Bronnie is working for an Atriax client or working out in the gym, we always count on her to do the “heavy lifting”!
David loves solving problems for our clients. He also loves his new grandbaby!
Jody Blake, CID
Ms. Blake, Interior Designer, has 30 years of design experience with a broad and varied art and design background bringing a creative eye to projects. She designs interior and exterior spaces for Atriax, and in her spare time likes to paint portraits and work in her garden.
Will Hamblin, PE
Will is an engineer that came to us from the construction industry and provides that builder’s perspective to our projects. Our clients love that perspective. And whether Will is globetrotting with his wife or working in the office, he always has on some fancy socks!
Hal Marvin, PE, LEED
Hal is an engineer’s engineer. He loves to work out the design details of a pesky engineering challenge and he’s not scared to get dirty doing field work too.
Tony is involved in almost every set of building plans that goes out of the office with the Atriax logo on it. We rely on his experience to ensure our products are always the best they can be. In the warmer months, Tony likes to ride this beautiful motorcycle to work and on the weekends. Any excuse for a ride is OK with him!
Ms. Snyder, interior designer, brings projects to life for our clients through detailed 3D renderings. When she isn’t creating interiors for Atriax clients, she is creating memories with her growing family.
Leeann Murdock, RN, BSN
As our Health Care Clinical Specialist, Leeann provides a health care professional’s personal perspective to our hospital projects and our clients are always grateful we have her on the team. Her family can get a little goofy!
Our design partners and clients love to work with Sue. With Sue at the helm, our payments are prompt and our invoicing is timely. Sue and Ed Henson are now empty nesters and are spending lots of time enjoying one another’s company. They look happy don’t they!