Trevor Matchett, AIA LEED AP
Senior Project Architect
With a balanced perspective stemming from degrees in both Architecture and Building Science from Auburn University, Trevor Matchett brings to h+ha fifteen years' experience of working closely with clients and contractors throughout the design/build/occupy life cycle of a project. Trevor's project experience ranges from complex process-oriented projects like financial operations centers and chemical laboratory facilities to unique expressions of form and function like motorcycle museums and amusement parks.
Trevor's service-centered approach and a desire to know the clients and their needs has led to several repeat and account-based clients who have come to rely on him to respond to, and sometimes even predict their needs. His technical knowledge of the different components of the built environment allows him to orchestrate project teams that can develop design solutions that are innovative, efficient, and cost-effective. His deep understanding of the construction process ensures that his projects are executed to their fullest potential.
Trevor's commitment to the profession of architecture is evident in his many years of active service and leadership in the American Institute of Architects, through officer and committee positions. Trevor strongly believes that the profession holds a unique opportunity to influence the building industry toward more sustainable practices, and as such, was one of the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professionals in the state of Alabama, and one of the original members of the Sustainable Alabama Design Initiative (SADI).
Professional & Civic Affiliations:
- American Institute of Architects - 2007 President-elect Birmingham Chapter
- Construction Specifications Institute
- US Green Building Council - LEED Accredited Professional
Auburn University: Auburn, Alabama
B.S. in Building Science - 1991
Bachelor of Architecture - 1992