Effective May 8, 2014, Harley Ellis Devereaux’s San Diego Office has added new team members to the leadership group.
The new Office Leader for San Diego is Neville Willsmore. Originally from Australia, where he earned his degree in Architecture and spent his early career, Neville moved to San Diego in 1999. He brings a broad spectrum of experience in business development, management and client relationships across a number of markets as well as a high level of enthusiasm and collaborative spirit, all of which we feel will add to our office.
In addition, Thomas Christian has joined us as a Studio Leader for our K-12 and Higher Education studios in San Diego. Thomas is a licensed Architect in California with a specialization in educational facilities planning & design. He has worked at a number of southern California firms since 1982. His last position, he led their K-12 and Community College market sectors. He brings extensive business development, planning, design and management expertise to us, which will strengthen our own expertise in those markets as well as provide studio leadership support in San Diego.
Both Neville and Thomas are collaborative professionals with strong planning and design skills and the ability to
think strategically about our work for our Clients.
ABOUT HARLEY ELLIS DEVEREAUX
Harley Ellis Devereaux was founded in 1908 and is one of the few design firms in the nation to reach their 100-year milestone. The longevity of the firm is important because it has fostered the financial stability which has served the firm well through the recent economic downturn. Harley Ellis Devereaux has a wealth of experience to draw from and to build upon, a quality-focused approach, a clear sense of its roots, culture and, most importantly, a clear vision for the future. Today, the firm is a full-service design firm with 300 professionals located in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco serving clients in the Corporate & Commercial, Educational, Healthcare and Science & Technology markets.