In his 26 years of practice, Mr. Lewis has been involved with projects across the US and abroad. These include facilities such as the Osborne Center for Science & Engineering at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, the Michael B. Enzi STEM Undergraduate Laboratory Facility at the University of Wyoming, and the Tracy Hall Science Center at Weber State University. John’s current work includes the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science + The Knoebel Center for the Study of Aging at the University of Denver, Johnson Hall at Oregon State University, the Aerospace Engineering Sciences Building at Metropolitan State University of Denver, and the New Science Building at Tennessee Tech University.
As laboratory consultant, John is responsible for laboratory programming, planning and design, and managing production. He is also in charge of planning, coordinating and supervising the development of Program Drawings and Design Criteria, Design Development and Construction Documents. This includes, but is not limited to, interviewing users in work sessions, interpreting data collected in user meetings, advising the building engineers, and developing project specifications.