DOUGLAS H. AUSTIN
Chairman & CEO

CHRIS VEUM
President

RANDY S. ROBBINS
Principal

FRANK WOLDEN
Principal

AVRP Skyport promotes a design philosophy that focuses on the user as an integral part of the design process. At every step in our process, we encourage interaction and communication as a means to identify issues and opportunities.

We seek to clearly understand how the particular project will be utilized so that this knowledge can be used a primary factor in the shaping of the project environment.

Every project is approached on its own terms drawing inspiration from the particularities of both physical and cultural environment as well as the unique demands of client and user.

This approach stems from our conviction that successful environments can only be created with the blending of practical needs and context.

Depending on the requirements of each unique situation we seek to create energized, lively, or contemplative spaces whether within enclosed buildings or the spaces between buildings.

We are concerned less with stylistic or theoretical preconceptions than with appropriateness of form and quality of space.

DOUGLAS H. AUSTIN
Chairman & CEO

CHRIS VEUM
President

RANDY S. ROBBINS
Principal

FRANK WOLDEN
Principal

AVRP Skyport promotes a design philosophy that focuses on the user as an integral part of the design process. At every step in our process, we encourage interaction and communication as a means to identify issues and opportunities.

We seek to clearly understand how the particular project will be utilized so that this knowledge can be used a primary factor in the shaping of the project environment.

Every project is approached on its own terms drawing inspiration from the particularities of both physical and cultural environment as well as the unique demands of client and user.

This approach stems from our conviction that successful environments can only be created with the blending of practical needs and context.

Depending on the requirements of each unique situation we seek to create energized, lively, or contemplative spaces whether within enclosed buildings or the spaces between buildings.

We are concerned less with stylistic or theoretical preconceptions than with appropriateness of form and quality of space.