Arch Inspiration

We are a visual group by nature. What inspires us is seeing our counterparts from all over the world design groundbreaking and timeless projects. Technology and social media allow us to see the work that is being done across the globe in real time. Members of the Arch Inspiration Hub share designs that they find noteworthy, unique, or just simply beautiful.

CONTRIBUTING TEAM MEMBERS
RICHARD JIMENEZ, AIA
Senior Project Architect, Associate
LEED AP BD+C
Brea, California

As a Senior Project Architect and Director of Operations at JRMA, Richard provides a depth of knowledge of the firm’s culture and operations at all levels. Joining the firm in 2001, Richard has spent the majority of his career with JRMA, progressing from project manager to associate during his tenure.  As a member of the aviation market sector team, he has specialized knowledge in design of all aspects of general aviation facilities. Throughout his career, Richard has also been involved in the design of solid waste facilities, food production facilities, metal buildings and concrete tilt-ups.  He manages the development of construction document packages for constructability and architectural quality, preparation of project schedules and budgets, and as a LEED AP he provides coordination of sustainable design projects including LEED and Cal Green. As the Director of Operations, Richard develops the culture and processes that assist in the efficiency of the key indicators necessary for the success of JRMA projects.  

 

Dan Hoffman, RA
Senior Project Architect
Brea, California
HOWARD HONG, AIA
Senior Project Architect, Associate
LEED AP
Brea, California

Howard’s passion started in second half of the eighties with an architectural education and he has since contributed over thirty years of architectural design experience.  As Senior Project Architect, he is responsible for the design and management of select complex projects. He has worked on a wide range of project types including substations, vehicle maintenance/testing/design centers, hangars, fixed base operators (FBO's), customs facilities, museums, food processing, chemical production plants, natural gas fueling stations, photovoltaic installations, educational facilities, as well as administrative and office buildings. As a LEED AP, he has successfully managed the first LEED Platinum Certified private hangar at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California.  Additionally, he has served as design and project manager lead at a multi-building development at the San Bernardino International Airport as part of the airfield's conversion of the existing Air Force Base to a commercial and general aviation campus.

 

J.R. MEDINA
Project Manager
Brea, California