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“My decision to become an architect was mostly driven by the enjoyment of the construction process, then the appreciation of the opportunity to actually create buildings to make an improvement to the built environment.”

John is recognized for his design work at the University of Arkansas Bogle (softball) Park, renovation of the Meridian Hills Country Club, Hancock Stadium renovation at Illinois State University, and as Associate Architect on the Lucas Oil Stadium for the Indianapolis Colts. John has extensive experience with sport, club/hospitality, government/civic, preservation/adaptive reuse and corporate/commercial architecture. Some of these projects include Fishers YMCA, 2004 World Swim Championships Venue, Purgatory Golf Club, Hammond United States Courthouse, 626 North Illinois Building and FORUM Credit Union Headquarters. John joined Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects in 1974 and became a principal of the firm in 1982. John is a graduate of Ball State University, College of Architecture and Planning where he earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1974.

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