Jeremiah russell, aia, ncarb

Principal Architect

 
 
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Jeremiah Russell, AIA, NCARB leads Auralith Architecture as Managing Principal Architect. He oversees all aspects of design, production, and construction administration. His leadership is invaluable to the firm.

 
 
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Background

Jeremiah Russell, AIA, NCARB is married with 3 children - two in elementary school and one in college at Georgia Southern University. He is currently based in Little Rock, Arkansas where he’s lived since 2012. He is originally from upstate New York and has also lived in Connecticut, Georgia, Florida, and Virginia. From a very early age Architecture has been his passion and remains true today. In addition to the roles of husband, father, entrepreneur, and architect, Jeremiah also volunteers as a commissioner on the Little Rock Historic District Commission, a Sunday School teacher at his local church, and Junior Board member for Ballet Arkansas.

 
 

Jeremiah was able to create a design that maximized the allowable space and provided the client with all their requests, without compromising the architectural integrity of the building. 

/  Suzzi Grigoryan - consultant  /

 
 

Experience

Jeremiah Russell, AIA, NCARB brings more than 15 years of professional experience as a licensed Architect and business owner to Auralith Architecture. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Art and a Masters Degree in Architecture from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. His work experience includes projects in the Aviation, Commercial Office, Educational, Mixed-Use, Housing and Residential sectors. He has successfully overseen the completion of projects all over the southeast United States and currently is the Managing Principal Architect of Auralith Architecture. He is NCARB Certified and licensed in Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, and Oregon and soon to be licensed in California..

 

Auralith Architecture
Principal Architect
2018 - Present

Ruby Architects
Project Architect
2012 – 2014

Rogue Architecture
Principal Architect
2014 – 2018

R. dean scott, architect
Project Manager
2008 – 2012

 
 

Jeremiah is a driven and talented designer. He is passionate about his work and inspires others with his determination.

/  John allmand, architect  /

 
 
 

dana moore

Construction Manager

 
 
 
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Dana Moore came to Auralith Architecture in 2017 and is responsible for our Construction Administration division. His experience and leadership in this area is a great asset to the firm.

 
 
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Background

Dana Moore is married with 3 children ranging in ages from 10 to 14. After earning his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon he moved to Portland in 1995 and began establishing his career and starting a family. Currently living just outside of Portland, in the town of Lake Oswego, Dana and his wife Holly work together to raise their three young boys. When not working or coaching on the sidelines of his boys baseball, basketball or football teams, Dana can be found enjoying an active outdoor lifestyle and/or savoring the local wine, craft beers and cuisine with family and friends.

 
 

Dana is exceptional in his area of expertise. He attacks projects with dedication from start to finish. 

/  Jeremiah russell - architect  /

 
 

Experience

Dana Moore brings more than 20 years of professional experience as a Project Manager to Auralith Architecture. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon with a minor in Interior Architecture. His work experience includes projects in the Multi-Family, Mixed-Use, and Historic Preservation sectors. He has successfully overseen the completion of projects in the Pacific Northwest and currently is in charge of Construction Administration for Auralith Architecture.

 

Auralith Architecture
project manager
2017 - Present

William c. Tripp, Architect
Project manager
2003 – 2004

Emerick architects
project manager
2004 – 2017

MCA Architects
job captain
1999 – 2003