Delfosse Promoted to Vice President of Architecture

  • By Ayres
  • July 1, 2020

David Delfosse staff portrait.David Delfosse, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, has been promoted to vice president of architecture. With over 21 years of experience, Delfosse has extensive expertise in sustainable and energy-efficient building design in commercial, industrial, manufacturing, and higher education projects.

Delfosse previously worked for an energy expert and national leader in electrical planning, engineering, design, and installation. There he founded and led a construction management team that oversaw the design and construction of renewable energy projects and specialty building projects. He also acted as owner’s agent, consultant, and design and construction representative on key projects.

“David impressed us with his strong vision for the future as we look to Architecture to help the company achieve its 10-year growth target,” said Executive Vice President Jan Zander. “His expertise in integrated project delivery, sustainable design, and renewable technology will meet our clients’ needs of tomorrow, today.”

Delfosse will oversee all architecture staff in Eau Claire, River Falls, and the Green Bay area.

Delfosse is well-known for his multidisciplinary approach to design, targeting balance and efficiency among all the design and construction trades. He’s helping to change the design and construction industry by solving the challenges of creating a safer, more predictable, and streamlined construction process through design and engineering. The result is multitrade solutions that can be constructed offsite; componentized building elements that increase efficiency, reduce cost, and shorten schedule; and designs that deliver value through technology and energy efficiency.

Delfosse holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is a registered architect in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.