Paul W. Davis AIA
Principal Architect
Management and Design

California License No. C15182
NCARB Certificate Number

 

 
Paul W. Davis AIA

Paul W. Davis has been in the field of Architecture for over 25 years, first as a Project Architect for Davis, Jacoubowsky, Hawkins and Walker Associates, Inc. and now as a partner of The Paul Davis Partnership.  With a background in all facets of design and construction, he offers skills from Conceptual Development through Construction Administration. Paul W. Davis currently serves as a member of the Planning Commission for the City of Monterey, Chair of the Design Review Board for Sand City and Consulting Architect for CSU Monterey Bay.
Role: Managing Partner, Project Oversight and Design

Public Project Experience for Paul W. Davis AIA:
Marina Public Safety Building
Fire Station Expansion and Remodel – The Monterey Airport District
Greenfield Civic Center – City Hall and Police Facility
CSU Monterey Bay – 10 remodel/renovation projects and 2 new facilities
Greenfield Community Center
Watsonville Youth Center
Monterey Peninsula Boys and Girls Club
Castroville Child and Family Development Center
Monterey Public Library Expansion
Greenfield Library
King City Library
Andrew Ausonio Library, Castroville
Greenfield City Hall Remodel
Monterey Peninsula Waste Management District, Miscellaneous Projects
Watsonville City Hall Permit Center remodel
City of Monterey, Miscellaneous Projects

Memberships:
American Institute of Architects
Construction Specifications Institute
International Code Council
American Planning Association
United States Green Building Council (Firm is member)

Paul E. Davis AIA
Principal Architect
Design and Programming

California License No. C5369
American Institute of Architects

Paul E. Davis AIA

Paul E. Davis has over 51 years experience in Architectural Planning and Design, including the founding and heading of one of the largest architectural firms on the Central Coast, Davis, Jacoubowsky, Hawkins and Walker Associates, Inc. from 1969 to 1986. His present focus is on development analyses, conceptual planning, master planning, design and representation. Paul E. Davis was recently named “Citizen of the Year” for 2002 by the Monterey Chamber of Commerce.  Currently Paul is a member of the Architectural Review Commission of the City of Monterey.
Role: Partner and Project Programming/Space Planning

Specific Project Experience for Paul E. Davis AIA:
Hyatt Regency Monterey - Conference Center Expansion
Hotel Pacific
Cypress Community Church
Marina Public Safety Building
Pebble Beach Community Services District and Fire Department
Seaside Oldemeyer Community Center Master Plan & Design
Watsonville Youth Center
Childcare Center at CSUMB
Vista Verde Childcare, Watsonville
Los Arroyos Childcare, Gilroy
Monterey Public Library Expansion Master Plan
Greenfield Library
Kinship Center, Salinas
Beach House Inn, Half Moon Bay
Del Monte Aviation Executive Air Terminal
Monterey Peninsula Boys and Girls Club
2030 North Pacific Condominiums
Sherwood Village Senior Apartments
La Gloria Senior Apartments, Salinas
Many Custom Residences, Monterey Peninsula
Monterey Regional Waste Management District Site Master Plan, Materials Recovery Facility, Hazardous Materials Facility and the Last Chance Mercantile

Charles S. Hornisher
Project Manager

Charles S. Hornisher has been in the field of Architecture for over 15 years. With a background in structural engineering and architectural and interior design, he offers skills from Conceptual Design through Project Administration, Sustainable Design, 3D Modeling and Presentation Graphics. Since 2005, he has been a Project Manager for the Paul Davis Partnership and has worked on custom homes, multi-family housing and commercial projects.
Role: Project Manager

Specific Project Experience for Charles S. Hornisher:
Sherwood Village Senior Apartments, Salinas
St. Charles Place, Greenfield
CSU Monterey Bay – Design Guidelines
Haciendas Apartments, Salinas
Oak Park Apartments, Paso Robles
Monterra Residence
Santa Lucia Preserve Residence
Carmel Valley Residence
Pacific Grove Residence

Ryan Cornelsen
Project Manager

Ryan has 17 years of experience in Architectural offices in Monterey County. Since 2002, he has been a Project Manager for the Paul Davis Partnership and has worked on several public facility projects.
Role:   Project Manager

Specific Project Experience for Ryan Cornelsen:
Pebble Beach Community Services District and Fire Department Expansion
CSU Monterey Bay – Renovation of Building 59 and remodel of Child Care Facility
Imjin Partners Office Park (including FORA and AMBAG), Marina
Castroville Child and Family Development Center
Andrew Ausonio Library, Castroville 

Heather Marquard
LEED Designer, Documentation and Specifications, Project Manager

Heather Marquard has worked as an architect, designer, project manager, and sustainable consultant during the course of her 20 year career. She is a licensed architect in Michigan and California. Her experience covers a wide variety of projects, including commercial, educational, hospitality, government and industrial, ranging in size from100 s.f. to 1 million s.f.. She is a LEED Accredited Professional, USGBC Faculty Member, CSI-certified Construction Documents Technologist, certified Toastmaster, and member of the following groups: USGBC Northern California and Detroit Chapters, AIA Monterey Bay Board of Directors, City of Marina Design Review Board and Monterey County Commission on the Status us Women.
Role: Architect, Project Manager  

Specific Project Experience for Heather Marquard: 
Greenfield Civic Center, City Hall & Police Facility
CSU Monterey Bay - Dining Commons Remodel (LEED Consultant)
Imjin Office Park for Non-Profit or Government Entities including MCWD & FORA (LEED Consultant)
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula - Patient Room Upgrades, Cancer Center Nurse Call, Wound Care Services and New Employee Gym and Fitness Classroom
Community Hospital Properties - Primary Care and Urgent Care offices, Lab Services and Medical Office Building Suite Remodels
La Playa Hotel, Carmel-by-the-Sea - Hotel Room Renovations
Asilomar Conference Center - Building Accessibility Upgrades
Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Club and Guest Suites Renovation
AMBAG and FORA Office Buildings (LEED Consultant)
Stanford University Hopkins Marine Station -various renewal and retrofit projects
Michigan State University Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum (LEED Consultant)
Visteon Village Corporate Campus
Target Corporation Store 2033
U.S. Armed Forces Navy Bachelor Enlisted Quarters at Camp Pendleton
Willowbrook Wildlife Center in Chicago
Detroit Opera House Renovation and Addition
University of Michigan Law School South Hall (LEED Consultant)

Merritt Amanti Hawley, AIA, LEED AP

Architect, Project Manager

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Merritt Hawley has worked as an architect, designer and project manager for 11 years. Trained in both California and New York, she has experience with high-end residential design and interiors as well as affordable multi-family housing and residential architecture. She is a licensed California architect and serves as Chair of Monterey's Historical Preservation Commission.
Role: Architect, Project Manager

Specific Project Experience for Merritt Hawley:
Oak Park Affordable Housing, Paso Robles
Vagabond House Inn, Carmel - Hotel Room Renovations
Various residences and apartments in Monterey, Pacific Grove, Carmel, Carmel Valley and Manhattan : 

Architectural Technicians
Mario Lopez

   

Office Manager
Cecelia Morgan