Randy E. Pimsler

Randy E. Pimsler, AIA, LEED AP

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Honors Scholar, 1977, University of Connecticut; Associate Degree Program, Architectural Technology, 1980, Hartford State Tech; Bachelor of Architecture, Valedictorian, 1983, University of Tennessee

Mr. Pimsler served as an intern architect with Niles Bolton Associates and became manager of the Computer Assisted Design and Drafting (CADD) department. During this period, Mr. Pimsler assisted in the development of multi family projects for Post Properties. He became proficient at understanding this market niche and met regularly with the client on new and ongoing projects.

He later joined Morton Gruber and Associates, Architects and was made an Associate with complete project architect responsibilities for a number of commercial, retail and multi-family residential projects.

Mr. Pimsler opened his own practice, Design Assistance, Inc. in 1988, and joined Allen Hoss in 1991 to form Pimsler Hoss Architects. Mr. Pimsler’s experience includes design and project management for numerous residential, multi family, commercial, retail, institutional, and light industrial projects.

As a consultant to major automotive franchises Mr. Pimsler has had the opportunity to design numerous remodels and new facilities for dealers across the United States and Canada. Consulting roles have lead the firm to provide full architectural services for both remodels and new build facilities for BMW of North America, Oldsmobile and Saturn.

Mr. Pimsler has served as a volunteer for numerous years with both neighborhood development organizations, local planning groups and NPU representative as well as serving on the board of directors of the Atlanta Youth Soccer Association for some fifteen years. He is currently a member of the board of directors for the Little Five Points Community Center, a non profit arts organization.

An organized approach to design and management is characteristic of Mr. Pimsler’s work. He is very thorough in his research and understanding of agency requirements, budgets, and project management and is clear in his communications with both the client and the project team. Mr. Pimsler’s background in psychology has proved to be valuable in communication, and in the process of building consensus for decision-making.

Professional Architect: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Washington, DC.