EXPERIENCE

As an Owner’s Representative, Corinthian Professional Services CEO Raynard Kearbey has completed a wide range of project types either as a Senior Project Architect, Director of System Facilities or Associate Vice Chancellor of System Facilities over a 12-year span. The building types include a major expansion and renovation of a student union, University Research buildings, a new 31,000-seat football stadium, general academic buildings and a 950-vehicle parking garage with parking administration offices.

The major projects shown below (2006 – 2015) are highly sustainable and were validated as such by achieving LEED Gold or Platinum.

Associate Vice Chancellor for System Facilities at The University of North Texas System. Dallas, TX
Major projects completed under AVC supervision and direction:

UNT University Union, Denton, Texas – Expansion and Renovation, $128M, Pending LEED Gold/Platinum V 2009, Opening Winter 2015
UNT University Union, Denton, Texas – Expansion and Renovation, $128M, Pending LEED Gold/Platinum V 2009, Opening Winter 2015
UNT Rawlins Residence Hall, Denton, Texas – 497 Beds, $42M, Pending LEED V. 2009 Gold Certification, Opened Fall 2015
UNT Rawlins Residence Hall, Denton, Texas – 497 Beds, $42M, Pending LEED V. 2009 Gold Certification, Opened Fall 2015
UNT Life Sciences Building, Denton, Texas – 87,000 GSF, $33M, Research Facility Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2010
UNT Life Sciences Building, Denton, Texas – 87,000 GSF, $33M, Research Facility Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2010
UNT Highland Street Parking Garage and Administration Offices, Denton, Texas – 950 vehicles, Satellite Chiller Plant & Parking Administration, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2012
UNT Highland Street Parking Garage and Administration Offices, Denton, Texas – 950 vehicles, Satellite Chiller Plant & Parking Administration, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2012
UNT Business Leadership Building, Denton, Texas – 180,000 GSF, $70M School of Business, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2011
UNT Business Leadership Building, Denton, Texas – 180,000 GSF, $70M School of Business, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2011
UNT Apogee Stadium, Denton, Texas – 140,000 GSF Tower, 31,000 seats, $79M, Received LEED V 2.2 Platinum Certification 2011, was the first Platinum Certified (new construction) football stadium in the country, Finalist World Stadium Awards Sustainable Division 201
UNT Apogee Stadium, Denton, Texas – 140,000 GSF Tower, 31,000 seats, $79M, Received LEED V 2.2 Platinum Certification 2011, was the first Platinum Certified (new construction) football stadium in the country, Finalist World Stadium Awards Sustainable Division 2012
UNT Dallas Founders Hall Academic Building, Dallas, Texas – 101,000 GSF, $43.5M, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2011
UNT Dallas Founders Hall Academic Building, Dallas, Texas – 101,000 GSF, $43.5M, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2011
UNT Health Science Center, Medical Education and Training Building, Fort Worth, Texas – 112,500 GSF, $33M, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2010
UNT Health Science Center, Medical Education and Training Building, Fort Worth, Texas – 112,500 GSF, $33M, Received LEED V 2.2 Gold Certification 2010

Senior Project Architect at Southern Methodist University. Dallas, TX:

SMU Embrey Engineering - $16.1M, Received LEED V 2.1 Gold Certification, 2006
SMU Embrey Engineering – $16.1M, Received LEED V 2.1 Gold Certification, 2006
SMU Junkins Electrical Engineering - $13.8M, 2001-2002
SMU Junkins Electrical Engineering – $13.8M, 2001-2002
SMU Blanton Student Services - $13.3M, 2002-2003
SMU Blanton Student Services – $13.3M, 2002-2003
SMU Information Commons, SMU-IN-TAOS, Taos, New Mexico, $1.4M, 2004
SMU Information Commons, SMU-IN-TAOS, Taos, New Mexico, $1.4M, 2004

 

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