Rick L. Dumas
Benjamin Michael Loggins
Ian Alexander Davidson
Ian Lagrange De Carvalho
John Paolo Icmat
Doug Davis has 20 years of experience in both architecture and construction management. Doug’s career began in Silicon Valley focusing on biotechnology, high tech, and ground-up core and shell construction. Before co-founding AE3 Partners, Doug held increasingly responsible roles with regional and national A&E firms, in both project and office management. Key clients included the University of California System and major biotechnology firms. Doug also performed construction management services for several large biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. He has a B.Arch and an MBA from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He is a licensed architect in the State of California, a licensed Real Estate Broker in California, and a member of NCARB. He is also a member of Urban Land Institute, Oakland Builders Alliance and serves as a board member for 100 Black Men of the Bay Area.
RICK L. DUMAS
Rick Dumas brings over 30 years of experience as a designer, journeyman builder, construction manager, and developer of diverse residential, religious, civil, and mixed-use projects. Rick discovered his passion for architecture while completing his education under mentor-architect and business woman Sigrid L. Rupp of SLR Architects in Palo Alto. With SLR, he worked on large, high-tech projects during the dot-com era in Silicon Valley for clients such as Apple, Sun Micro Systems (now Oracle), and Raychem (now Tyco). During his downtime, he designed high-end custom residences. With his mentor’s guidance, he went on to form RLD & Associates, where, for over 20 years, he brought his brand of design to residential and church projects throughout the western United States. In 2004, Rick added ‘Developer’ to his resume when he co-founded and managed Bay Mountain Development, LLC in Arizona, developing large residential estate golf course projects.
With such a diverse breadth of experience, Rick has developed a pragmatic approach that ensures a project’s design enhances value and aesthetic and runs on an efficient construction schedule. Born and raised in Oakland, he has strong affiliations with local civic, building and planning officials, and is well-networked throughout the greater United States. He is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) and the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA).