George Hager, NCARB
Associate, Project Architect
George graduated from the University of Idaho with a Master's in Architecture in 1999 and worked with firms in Boston, Massachusetts and Bend, Oregon before joining SERA.
is currently working on the evaluation of the Marion County Courthouse Square Building in Salem, Oregon as well as other local and state government projects.
Some of his
past projects include subway train stations, bus transfer stations, intermodal transportation stations, parking garages, commercial office and office interiors, warehouses, private custom residential homes, adaptive reuse projects, and renovations of historic government buildings.
Highly technical and complicated renovations of older multi-story buildings has been a recent focus.
has shown an aptitude for working with specialized engineers to find holistic solutions that solve complex technical issues with architectural finesse and sensitivity.
Often, older buildings experience partial, disjointed renovations over the years.
demonstrates that there are kind solutions to cultural treasures that meet modern functions utilizing new theories, technologies and materials to extend the life of valuable buildings while looking to provide the best value to the client.
is passionate about architecture's influence on our everyday experiences, and intensely curious about how people react and interact through architecture and our built environment.
Over the years, George
has been a devoted Pittsburgh Steelers and Boston Red Sox fan.
free time, George
likes to spend time with his
wife and growing family of three young children while trying to fit in camping, hiking and fly fishing trips.