Dave Carson

 

Dave started his career as an electrical and systems engineer on the west side of Washington State where he discovered he had a passion for architectural design. He returned to school to obtain a Master of Architecture and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning. He began his career with BORArchitecture in 2013 and during his time with the firm has proven himself to be an invaluable member of the team. He is known for his commitment to the team dynamic and demonstrates this daily by the manner in which he interacts with members of the team and clients.

Education:

Seattle Pacific University
BS Electrical Engineering, 2006
University of Colorado, Denver
Masters of Architecture
Masters of Urban & Regional Planning, 2013

Professional Experience:     

6 years experience as intern with BORArchitecture

Project Experience:

Borton Fruit
    New Offices
    Shipping & Cold Storage Facility

Central Lutheran Church: Multi-Purpose Building

Central Washington University
    SURC Flooring Replacement
    New Information Center/Recreation Center Desks
    Tomlinson Stadium & Recreation Expansion / Track Improvements

City of Grandview: Grandview Museum

Comprehensive Healthcare
    Bridges Evaluation & Treatment Facility, Yakima
    Waypoint Residential Treatment Facility, College Place
    Yakima Valley School - 2nd Floor Conversion to ETF, Selah
    Yakima Center Remodel

Ginkgo Forest Winery, Mattawa: Winery Expansion

Kittitas Valley Fire & Rescue Station 21: Additions & Alterations

Perry Technical Institute
    Master Campus Plan
    Plath Hall - New Instrumentation Building

Valentina Building: Mixed-use Retail/Restaurant, Professional Office & Residential

Yakima County Fire District No. 5
    Sunnyside Fire Station Re-roof & Exterior Improvements
    Toppenish Fire Station Re-roof

Yakima Valley Libraries: Sunnyside Library Improvements

Yakima Valley College
    Palmer Martin Replacement - New Art and Classroom Building
    Master Plan Updates
    Campus Operations Complex
    Facility Operations Building
    Veterinary Technician Program Remodel