Ted Davison, HFDP, LEED AP, and Jarrod Sterzinger, AIA, LEED AP, have been named Principals with O’Connell Robertson. Both have been shareholders and senior associates with the Firm, and were promoted in recognition of their commitment and contributions to the Firm’s success.
A mechanical designer, Davison has been with O’Connell Robertson for more than 14 years. During that time, he has contributed to the success of hundreds of projects, including numerous complex MEP renovations and upgrades to hospitals in the Seton Healthcare Family; the new Texas Center for Infectious Disease hospital in San Antonio; and a new Energy Center for the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System in Waco. He is one of fewer than 300 individuals in the United States to have earned a Healthcare Facility Design Professional (HFDP) designation from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Davison earned a Higher National Diploma in Building Services Engineering from Brighton University in the United Kingdom and is also a LEED Accredited Professional.
“Ted’s engineering focus in healthcare-related projects has expanded our expertise in this highly specialized market as recognized by many clients,” states Rick Burnight, AIA, ACHA, O’Connell Robertson’s president/CEO.
Sterzinger serves as the Firm’s K-12 Education Team Director. A registered architect, he has been with O’Connell Robertson for more than seven years and has over 16 years experience as an architect and project manager. Notable projects he has designed or managed during his years with the Firm include the new Round Rock ISD Success High School; the new Jarrell Middle School; the Sally and Mack Brown Rise School of Austin; the Austin Community College Elgin campus; and the Texas Advanced Computing Center now under construction on the University of Texas J.J. Pickle Research. Sterzinger earned Master of Architecture and Master of Business degrees from Texas Tech University. He is also NCARB certified and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
“Jarrod’s leadership of the K-12 educational program has been a key to our Firm’s increasing prominence in this market sector,” notes Burnight.
“Both of these individuals are passionate about their roles, have exhibited an increasing desire to elevate the Firm’s core areas of architecture and engineering, and possess the professional capacity to do so,” Burnight adds. “We look forward to their influence and participation in the leadership of the Firm.”