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Matt Tompkins | Designer, Project Manager

Matt Tompkins has been with Malone Belton Abel for 20 years, with responsibilities including project management, design, client consultation, International Building Code analysis, production of construction documents, and all construction period services.  He has had major responsibility for many of the firm’s most demanding projects including the Brinton Museum, which has given him in-depth understanding of rammed earth construction, geothermal wells, and the specific requirements of gallery spaces; the High Bay Research Facility, where he produced all interior CD’s and handled overall coordination on a $47M complex laboratory building; and University of Wyoming Visual Arts Facility, 2016 winner of a COTE award, the highest national award given by the AIA for sustainable design.

He was also a primary designer and project manager on several K-12 schools, and is knowledgeable about ADA and other code issues.  His Masters of Architecture degree is from Montana State University, in Bozeman.