Jeff Hardy

Project Manager/Designer

Outside of work…
Most of my time is spent with my wife and daughter. I am passing down my passion for architecture by introducing her to Mega Blocks and Legos. In addition, we recently purchased a home, so I am spending time doing minor home improvements. When I am not busy with family or household projects, I enjoy watching sports and playing golf.

What you don’t know about me…
In addition to my daughter, I have four nieces... females are taking over the family.

How I got my bragging rights…
I started out by taking basic drafting courses in high school, then I earned a degree in Architecture and Environmental Design from Bowling Green State University. Upon graduation, I worked for an Architecture firm in Perrysburg, Ohio, where I worked on various healthcare projects.

How I give back…
My family and I are still getting acclimated to the area, so I am not very involved in our community yet; however, I plan to be active with the church we end up joining. I am also anxiously waiting for the days when I can assist in coaching my daughter's sports teams.

Who molded me into the person I am…
Two of the most influential individuals in my life are my father and the industrial design teacher from my high school. My dad instilled in me a strong set of values... dedication to church, family, work, honesty, trust and patience. He continuously encourages personal and professional growth. My high school teacher introduced me to Computer Aided Drafting, which helped spark my interest in the field.

Architecture that inspires me…
Austin City Hall by Antoine Predock.

Jeff Hardy

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