Key Personnel

STACY LOEFFLER, PE, SE // PRINCIPAL    

Stacy has led structural design teams on many successful projects ranging from very small rehabilitations to multi-story buildings. Her structural design experience spans a broad range of facilities and materials from concrete retaining walls to multi-story composite and multi-story precast concrete construction as well as bridge inspection, design, and rehabilitation. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and is a life-long resident of Oklahoma..

"I enjoy designing the world we live in. I especially love remodel and rehabilitation projects - never a dull moment!"

JENNI HAMMOCK, AIA, NCARB // PRINCIPAL

Jenni is heavily involved in all project phases, from schematic sketches, initial budgeting and code analysis to construction documents, construction administration and project closeout. She has a broad base of graphic skills that include computer BIM modeling, 3D renderings and project presentations. Jenni leads with her abilities to efficiently coordinate and communicate with other disciplines, contractors, and clients to produce a quality set of documents. Jenni is a 2008 graduate from Oklahoma State University.

"Architecture, to me, is a space that provides comfort, generates ideas, and reveals emotion. Design is an act of giving. It is hopeful, helpful, and practical. The feelings you receive in a particular space, the lingering impressions, and the instinctive emotions are what separates architecture from buildings."

Stacy Loeffler

DANIEL POLASEK, PE // PRINCIPAL

Daniel is a 2004 graduate of Oklahoma State University. His experience involves roadway design, including widening, new alignments, intersections, pavement rehabilitation, roadway geometrics, and construction sequencing. He is highly experienced in storm sewer design, including hydrology and hydraulic analysis, stormwater collection systems, the design of inlet and outlet structures, erosion control plans, and site drainage.

KIM REEVE, AIA, NCARB // SR. Architect

Kim has been designing, managing and coordinating architecture projects in Oklahoma for more than 40 years. He provides leadership and design direction on each architecture project that we produce.

“It’s always about the people.  The tools have changed over the years but the ability to understand the client’s needs and desires is still primary.  It is our task to give form, function, and life to those desires.  What a joy!”

RYAN MAHAFFEY, PE // PROJECT MANAGER

Ryan's experience is focused on the project management of major design projects. He has managed federal, state, and local government projects throughout Oklahoma. He has led project teams and performed design for transportation, site development and drainage improvement projects. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University.

CONNIE WEBER, NCIDQ // SR. INTERIOR DESIGNER

Connie's interior architecture experience includes all phases of a project. Her diverse resume includes judicial buildings, county projects, office environments, executive briefing centers and network control centers. Her design expertise and attention to detail are acknowledged by numerous awards. She has consistently proven her ability to lead both her clients and employees through the design process, with an outstanding ability to communicate and manage schedules and budgets. Connie is a graduate of Kansas State University.

“Through design, we want to improve work functions and environments while at the same time conveying our client’s image and personality.”

MISTY THURMAN, FSMPS, CPSM // BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Misty specializes in brand and reputation management. She is a creative and effective project leader passionate about combining technical skills with strategic planning to productively communicate information and successfully execute marketing and business development goals. Misty has the tenacity to establish and lead project teams and negotiate with consultants and clients for project success both internally and externally. Misty earned her degree from the University of Oklahoma.

“Growing up on a family farm taught me lessons that have helped me be successful: creativity generates innovation, solves issues, challenges the norm and sets you apart; appreciate what you have and who helped you get it, and a job worth doing is worth doing right.