News from Studio RED
Studio RED continues to grow and is excited to announce the promotion of Micah Simecek to Partner. Micah joined Studio RED in 2012 and his penchant for leadership quickly became clear. His strengths in design development and project management, combined with over 13 years of experience, have cemented his importance to the firm.
Prior to joining Studio RED, Micah worked with Texas Tech University, Veterans Affairs Administration, Harris County Hospital District, and The Methodist Hospital System. A 2007 graduate of Texas Tech University, Micah holds a Master of Architecture and Master of Business Administration. Micah is a registered Architect in the State of Texas and has lead teams on a variety of project types including worship facilities, healthcare, higher education, corporate interiors, renovation and new construction. His diverse experience and versatility, as both an architect and project manager, are a significant asset to the Studio RED team. Micah is also an active member of the American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects and Society for Marketing Professional Services.
Noteworthy projects Micah has managed include the Double LEED Platinum Treehouse Memorial City, Mims Baptist Church’s new 38,000-sf Children’s Building, numerous community centers including The Farmhouse at Harvest Green and Rorick House at Elyson, Boyert Shooting Centers, and educational facilities at his alma mater, Texas Tech University.
Founding Partner Pete Ed Garrett notes that “Micah is not just an outstanding architect he’s an outstanding team member and family man. His skill, attention to detail, passion for our craft and high level of integrity make him an easy choice to join our team of partners.”
When Micah isn’t hard at work he can be found spending time with his wife and daughter, volunteering in the community, or singing in the chancel choir at Friendswood Methodist Church.