Stephen Hampton, PE, Architect
Steve Hampton is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor in Architectural Engineering, specializing in structural engineering and is licensed as a Professional Engineer and as an Architect in the State of Texas. He has worked for architectural as well as structural, MEP and civil engineering firms. Steve has worked on all aspects of design from feasibility to construction drawings, from site planning and architecture to MEP engineering. He has worked in the construction industry in various trades from wood and steel framing to painting and finish carpentry.
Having a family, he is active in his children’s school among other activities as well as being involved in the community by participating in many church ministries.
Brian Ziska is a graduate of the Iowa State University of Architecture with additional studies in film, graphic design and 3D modeling. He has worked in both the architectural field, as well as the graphic design and marketing field. He brings a creative artistic approach to architectural design with a focus on how you will see and experience your space as you use it.
Brian is also very involved in his church leadership community, leading the prayer team at the Central campus of Gateway Church. He is also an avid trail runner and outdoor enthusiast with yearly trips to race in the mountains and camp and hike in amazing places.
Wade Harmon graduated from the University of Illinois with a Masters degree in Architecture. He has worked at several architectural firms in Illinois and Texas in the areas of construction drawing production, design, and 3D modeling. Architecture as a system of systems seeks to navigate the various disciplinary, client, and regulatory needs of all stake holders. He strives to enhance the aesthetic, economic, and functional aspects of the finished product to match the client's needs and wishes.
In the past Wade served in the Peace Corps in Mali and worked in Japan as a teacher of English for three years. Wade is married and is active in the Austin Baha’I community. In addition to architecture he enjoys science fiction, history, outdoor activities, and jazz music.