Mark Baumhover
AIA, LEED® AP
Senior Project Architect

Joined BWBR in 1999

“The most indelible lesson I learned in school still guides me today: that architecture is for living…the built environment is the shell, the stage, the place for human events to happen, and be remembered. Style and texture add depth and texture to a project, but design is for living. This approach applies to big, fancy projects as well as little, simple ones — projects around our old house, our son’s backyard fort, pitching camp in the Boundary Waters. There is no better feeling than seeing life lived better, in large or small ways, because a team of people got together and decided to make things better.”

Projects

Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare
Campus Expansion & Renovation
Park Nicollet Health Services
Frauenshuh Cancer Center
Medical Device Research Facility
Research and Development Facility
Rockpoint ChurchMinnesota Pollution Control Agency
Office Renovation, Phase I
Spooner Health
Spooner Health Critical Access Hospital
Shoreview Community Center
Shoreview Community Center Addition and Remodeling