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Doug Hagen

Senior Architect / Project Manager / Business Developer

Senior Architect and project manager with proven ability to produce high quality environments tailored to fit client
needs while adhering to strict budgets and schedules.

Work Ethic surpassed by none bringing passion, energy and devotion to every assigned project combining the
knowledge of an seasoned professional and stamina equal to that of a young architect.

Solid Experience in every facet of the profession with a leadership foundation to effectively mentor young talent and
guide any team to produce exceptional, successful results.

Employment as Licensed Architect

2006 2012 2005 2006 2002 2005 1992 2002 1983 2002 1981 1983 H+L Architecture DLR Group Infante Design Associates Hagen Design Architecture Christiansen, Reece & Partners LKA Partners Denver & Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Denver & Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Colorado Springs

Career Highlights
High-responsibility assignments or challenging roles requested at every place of employment: As a fresh college graduate, performed as full-time field architect on 2 remote school sites Assigned first role as a licensed project architect (PA) in 1982 for a new elementary school Took on first role as project manager (PM) in 1985 - simultaneous with PA responsibilities Became business development leader in 1987 in a 5-person firm that grew to 16 employees within 5-years Granted stock options in 1988 and accumulated 25% of the firms shares by 1992 Began sole proprietorship in 1992 that became a 21-person PC with $2M/year gross fees within 8-years Joined national A/E firm in 2005 in Colorado Springs as liaison to large Phoenix & Minneapolis offices Joined 100-person Colorado A/E firm in 2006 as PM, Senior Architect and QC reviewer Managed 6-person Colorado Springs branch office from 2007-2009 that grew to 12 employees within 2-years Served as PM from 2007-2010 on largest, new high school in Colorado with 3,000 student capacity 155 built projects totaling over 5.8M SF and over $800M (adjusted to 2013 dollars) 48 other assignments inc/ feasibility studies, inventories, funding campaigns, rezoning, owner rep & quality review 6 significant historic preservation and renovation projects

Personal Architectural Highlights

Successful nomination of St. Elmo, Colorado to National Register of Historic Places approved in 1979 Center for Creative Leadership training in 1991 and designed CCLs training center in Colorado Springs Successful nomination of Air Force Academy Chapel for AIAs 25-year Award received in 1996 Recipient of local AIA Chapter design awards and local community preservation award Designer and builder of own familys custom home in 1999

Registration / Certification / Training

Registered Architect in Colorado #201635 and Kansas #4675 NCARB Certificate #52724 LEED AP since 2009 with BD&C credentials Revit and AutoCAD college courses from 2005-2013

Kansas State University 1977 Bachelor of Architecture (Cum Laude)

Software Skills
Deltek Vision, Newforma, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Pagemaker, Revit 2013 and AutoCAD 2012
(719) 331-3860 Monument, Colorado

Doug Hagen
Total Projects Undertaken / Completed

Project Experience Summary

Over 200 cumulative projects involving a key role by the applicant: 155 built projects totaling over 5.8M SF and $800M construction cost (in 2013 dollars) 48 other assignments involving direct Owner services as staging for future proposed construction

Since 2006, involvement with healthcare projects has increased to 50% of daily work assignments: 17 built projects totaling over 250,000 SF and almost $100M construction cost Quality Control reviewer for 2 major hospitals totaling 824,000 SF and $263M construction cost Project Manager for several projects at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo, Colorado from 2007 to 2009 Several key roles on New Denver Medical Center for US Dept. of Veterans Affairs from 2010 to 2012 FEATURE PROJECT New VA Medical Center, 4 of 12 buildings,180,000 SF, $80M construction cost

Higher Education & Public Library

Numerous projects with University of Colorado and other colleges, universities and library districts: 18 built projects totaling over 550,000 SF and over $130M construction cost 7 assignments involving concept design, master planning & feasibility studies Master planning at CU-Colorado Springs led to 3 new building commissions between 1997 to 2000 Repeat assignments at Pikes Peak Library District main downtown Colorado Springs complex FEATURE PROJECT New Columbine Hall, classrooms & offices, 111,000 SF, $18M construction cost (if 2013)

Public Education K-12

A long career of designing and overseeing construction of high-quality, budget conscious learning environments: 71 built projects totaling over 3.78M SF and over $460M construction cost (in 2013 dollars) Includes 13 new buildings totaling over 1.6M SF and 58 new additions and/or substantial remodeling projects 28 assignments involving concept design, master planning, inventories & feasibility or code studies FEATURE PROJECT New Westminster High School, 3,000 students, 365,000 SF, $76M construction cost

Government, Public Utility & Non-Profit

Many tax-payer owned buildings involving technology, sustainability, longevity and budget conscious design: 27 built projects totaling almost 650,000 SF and over $80M construction cost (in 2013 dollars) Several high-technology buildings including a large computer center and a LEED Gold research lab List includes Federal, State, County, City, Housing Authority & Public Utility clients FEATURE PROJECT New Bio-Refinery Lab for NREL, 35,000 SF, $32M turn-key cost inc/ process equipment

Corporate & Commercial

Collection of private owner and corporate project opportunities: 11 projects totaling over 566,000 SF and almost $40M construction cost (in 2013 dollars) Corporate projects include electronic manufacturing & speculative development FEATURE PROJECT New Fitzsimons Pavilion, office & parking structure, 443,000 SF, $32M construction cost

Historic Preservation & Restoration

Opportunities to patiently practice careful authentic restoration while making old buildings practical for todays use : 6 significant public buildings and/or schools FEATURE PROJECT Lowell Redevelopment, 1887 original, 38,000 SF, $6.5M re-construction cost (if 2013)
(719) 331-3860 Monument, Colorado