Orlando, Fla. – RLF – a nationally recognized architecture, engineering and interior design firm – is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Holloway, AIA, NCARB, to RLF’s leadership team of shareholders.
As a Project/BIM Technology Manager for RLF, Keith has been a driving force in the advancement of the firm’s technology practices continually pushing the boundaries to develop new methods of improving project delivery. Since the firm-wide transition to Building Information Modeling (BIM) in 2005, RLF has completed more than 40 projects ranging from 10,000 to 1.2 million square feet.
“Keith’s contributions in project leadership and advanced technologies have become a vital part of RLF,” says Ron Lowry, chairman of the firm’s board of directors.
Holloway is currently working as project manager of a 215,000-square-foot community hospital at Ft. Irwin, California. The project is on target to achieve LEED Platinum and will be the first net-zero, carbon neutral hospital of its kind, generating its entire energy needs from clean power sources and renewable energy systems.
Holloway is a member of the building Smart Alliance and the National Institute of Building Sciences and is a frequent speaker for AutoDesk University, EcoBuild, AIA NTAP and other organizations for the advancement of BIM. A graduate of Auburn University, he has bachelor degrees in architecture and building construction.
RLF – Founded in 1935, RLF is an architectural, engineering and interior design firm located in Orlando, Fla. With a staff of 125 design professionals, RLF provides client-focused services on major projects in the healthcare, education and federal markets. RLF is the proud recipient of the 2010 AIA Florida Firm of the Year. For more information, visit www.rlfarchitects.com.