Bob O’Hatnick has focused his career on working with project teams to see that design intent and quality are realized in each of the firm’s final built projects.  He was a key member of the team that established the firm’s quality control program and has overseen its implementation for projects that range from small educational renovations to new cultural facilities. From keynotes to complicated design details to specification selections, Bob brings constant vigilance and attention to detail and quality in drawings and construction.  

Throughout his career, Bob's efforts have been essential to the firm’s success, resulting in fewer change orders and a minimum of errors and omissions. Beyond the results of the formal quality control program, Bob’s work has enhanced the total technical quality of all office efforts by mentoring the architectural staff and sharing his knowledge in the field.

Bob serves on the Architectural Review Board for Baltimore’s historic Ten Hills neighborhood and is a former member of the Board of Directors of People’s Community Health Center.  He is also a past member of the Board of Directors of the Construction Specifications Institute and an active participant in various community organizations.  He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Architecture degree. 

Robert D. O'Hatnick