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Timothy Belton, AIA | president

Mr. Belton, son of a Foreign Service officer, grew up with an exposure to a variety of cultures, environments and building styles throughout the world.  He received his BA in Urban Anthropology from Stanford University, and his Masters in Architecture from the University of Oregon.  He is responsible for all aspects of the architectural practice from design concepts, to contracts and project management, with special emphasis on design, quality control, and master planning.

Recent notable projects include the new Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Wyoming; and the High Bay Research Facility, the Robert and Carol Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center, and the COTE Award-winning Visual Arts Facility all at the University of Wyoming;    Mr. Belton’s experience is broad-based.  His accomplishments include RockWell Petroleum Corporate Headquarters, major additions in 1986, 1995, and 2007 to the Sheridan County Library that the firm designed in 1975; the complete renovation of the historic WYO Theater in Sheridan in 1986-89 as well as the 2014 phase of the theater’s expansion; and diverse work for the State of Wyoming including the Zero-Net-Energy Wyoming Welcome Center on I-90, and Game & Fish offices in Jackson and Laramie.