Jacob Henley

Jacob Henley

Whitewater, WI, US



An architectural designer that has finished IDP hours and is currently working toward licensure

Very interested in sustainability and works to implement sustainable approaches in every design

Extensive Revit, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite, and photographic expertise

Enjoys volunteer work and getting involved with local government.


Trivers Associates, St. Louis, MO, Architectural Designer II

I was involved in several master studies, extensive rennovations, adaptive resuse projects, additions, and new construction.

Project types ranged from historic campus buildings, to school additions, to ACS offices and Hope Lodges, among other projects.

Some responsibilities included

Management: Project manager on a diverse array of projects
Designing: Lead designer on range of project types
Planning: Client meetings, master plans, holistic sustainability analysis, renderings,
program analysis, code and zoning research, cost estimation
Coordination: Coordinated with engineers, product representatives, clients,
contractors, and government representatives
Documentation: Produced sets (preliminary design through post occupancy)
Miscellaneous: Architectural photography, Revit library manager

Sep 2008 - Aug 2011

Rink Design Partnership, Inc., Jacksonville, FL, Intern

I was primarily involved in the conceptual planning and schematic design of a 200 millioan dollar courthouse project.

Some responsibilities included:
Physical model creation, digital model creation of downtown Jacksonville, digital model creation of the proposed courthouse, creation of presentation materials, floor plan design options, schematic development, and others.

Jan 2007 - Aug 2007

Latona Architects, Kansas City, MO, US, Intern

I was lead designer for a Parish Hall addition. I also was involved in other projects for the Archdiocese of Kansas City.

Some responsibilites included:
Project management, design, detail development, finding creative cost reduction approaches, and coordinating client meetings and leading discussions with the client regarding design options and status updates.

May 2006 - Aug 2006


Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, US, MArch, Architecture

An emphasis of my studies was on sustainability in design.

My senior year I was involved in an interdisciplinary project focused on the design and building of Kansas State University’s entry for the U.S. Department of Energy’s international Solar Decathlon
competition in Washington, D.C.

I was also involved with the interdisciplinary project focused on sustainable disaster recovery (F5 tornado) The studio produced master plans and design-build projects for Greensburg, KS

Aug 2003 - May 2008


Central West End Metro Competition (group entry), 1st Place

A competition for redevelopment plans for an existing Metro stop. The joint entry
showcased sustainable interactive design features keying off of dynamic site input.


Heintzelman Prize Finalist, Honorable Mention


Waterlink Grant, Grant

Awarded for project Greensburg Cubed. This project focused on educating the public on sustainable approaches for water conservation and utilization.


Areas of Specialization