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S. Dwight Knouse II AIA LEEDAP

Dwight has over 25 years experience in education and healthcare design. Clients rely on his steady personality and guidance from planning through design and construction. An up-through-the-ranks professional, Dwight was influenced by his father, a career-long draftsman at Hayes Large.

Dwight is both a ‘people person’ who enjoys working with facilities committees, and a self-professed ‘techie’ with a grasp of details. He received an Associate in Arts Degree in Architecture from Penn College. He serves in civic and professional organizations and chairs the board of WTLR, a Christian radio station.

As the firm’s Managing Partner, Dwight chairs Hayes Large’s Executive Committee and leads Hayes Large University, the firm’s in-house continuing education initiative. Dwight has enjoyed decades of repeat projects with clients including the Altoona Regional Health System and the Abington, PA, School District.

G. Randolph Hudson AIA LEEDAP

Randy enjoys working with groups of people to energize them around defined goals. He has refined Hayes Large’s Shared Design process and put it into action for clients and communities. He is interested in buildings, landscapes and technologies as they improve people’s performance. Randy has won numerous design awards for building owners.

A graduate of the Penn State School of Architecture, Randy graduated with High Honors and the AIA Silver Medal as top designer, and received its Alumni Achievement Award in 2006. He obtained a Masters of Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University.

Work experience includes Kammerer + Belz, Stuttgart, Germany; and Bier Baxt, New York City. He has taught architectural design at Penn State University. As HLA Partner for Design and Sustainability, he designed Wrightsville, PA Elementary, one of the first LEED schools in the US, and the VEFP-Awarded Greenovation of TC Williams 9th Grade Center, Alexandria, VA. Randy manages Hayes Large’s Reston, VA office and serves in local arts and environmental organizations.