Dan Pruitt, AIA, LEED AP
Meet Our Team
Jeff Wegener, AIA, ALEP
Rick Siler, AIA, DBIA, NCARB, LEED GA
Dennis is the guy you want in a high-stress situation – he’s seen it all and has the answer to nearly any problem. Clients and colleagues alike rely on his open communication skills and cool-headed style. A gifted space planner, Dennis has an impeccable track record for high-quality design and practical problem solving.
Dennis Ward, AIA
Craig Foster, AIA
James Howard, NCARB, AIA, LEED AP
Brian Winterscheidt, AIA, NCARB
Angie Clarkson, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C
Jason Hukill, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Randy Brooks, AIA
Brian Farley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Chris Bunal, AIA, LEED GA
Roger Barton, AIA
At LWPB he oversees the business operations and has been involved in Golf Course Development as a Project Development Director. When he is not in the office you may find him at the golf course.
Heather Applegate, ASLA
Information Technology Manager
Rebekah Ulm, AIA, NCARB
Tracy Wood, NCIDQ, IIDA
Jeff Osborn, Associate AIA
Kathryn is always seeking opportunities to grow and develop, recently tackling some architecture courses as she pursues a second degree. She is a problem-solver, an efficient worker with a skill for breaking down large tasks into manageable pieces, and works great both independently and in a collaborative environment. We are glad to have her back on our team.
Mark Hampton, Assoc. AIA
A team player who goes above and beyond, Greg’s ability to both collaborate and work independently has allowed him to fit well at LWPB. Some of his most noteworthy projects prior to his position at LWPB include the Skirvin Hotel, Premium Beer of Oklahoma Distribution Center, Saxon Publishers and Oklahoma City Rescue Mission. He has consistently administered hundreds of successful projects over the years, and continues to prove himself a valuable member of every team he is apart of.
Greg Yeary, CSI-CDT
Jericho discovered architecture while taking a wood shop class in 7th grade, and began studying architecture at Oklahoma State University with an initial dream of designing his home. He believes “architecture provides an opportunity to create something bigger than myself…a chance to influence the future and people’s day to day living.”
As a student, he had the opportunity to visit Los Angeles, and tour Europe, visiting Rome, Milan, Torino, Barcelona, and London (with London being his favorite). Jericho keeps busy in his spare time, devoting his energy to bike riding, football, basketball, volleyball, and golf, and also enjoys video games and flying his drone. You might just catch some of his drone footage on our Facebook page from time to time!
In his spare time, Jose enjoys spending as much time as he can with his two daughters. He has a passion for writing and filmmaking, and at one time, he made independent films. We are so pleased to have him on our team.
Skilled in Revit and 3D modeling, he enjoys opportunities to work on design solutions of all scales. A keen interest in sustainability led to earning LEED certification quickly after graduating from OU.
James lives in Norman with his wife, two children, and their dog Boston. Though he prefers a more metropolitan lifestyle, he delights in escaping to the wilds on the weekends. James enjoys landscape photography, camping, fishing, cars he can’t afford, cooking extravagant meals for his family and hunting for new coffee shops. We are thankful he is part of our LWPB team.
Raymond is also involved in his community, having served in several capacities in his church as well as volunteering for schools and homeless ministries.
In his time as a systems furniture contractor, Brian designed and built more than 30,000 workstations from all major brands. Notable projects include Vance AFB, Tinker AFB, Continental Resources, Ft. Sill, Merrill Lynch, Dell, Hertz, and AT&T.
Brian is a globe-trotting member of our team, having lived internationally while serving in the Army. He continues to share his love of travel with his family, with a goal of visiting the lower 48 states before his children are grown. He enjoys experiencing new cultures, and seeing how their buildings address the challenges of unique climates and terrains.