Robert A. Hoida
Bob began his architecture career in an unexpected way – as a client. From building small one-story site developments to his involvement in multi-billion-dollar projects, Bob has a clear vision of what clients need. An architect’s most important position is to listen to their clients and interpret their needs and desires. After all, architects do not just juggle spaces – they create places that evoke emotions, the emotions that clients want to feel.
- Licensed Architect: Michigan and Minnesota
- National Council of Architectural Registration Board