Gary was recently named Rosser’s Director of Building Information Modeling. One of the top BIM experts in the State of Georgia, Gary is responsible for overseeing all of the firm’s 3D modeling as well as for training staff and keeping us up to date on technological advances.
william (buddy) golson, aia, justice facility design
Buddy is THE expert in jail and prison design, with more than 40 years of experience designing some of the most comprehensive facilities in the country. A Senior Vice President at Rosser and a member of the Board, we describe him as the quintessential southern gentleman. Clients say he is dedicated, accountable and accessible. We also know him to be thoughtful, creative and impressively energetic – and he plays a mean jazz trumpet.
fred krenson, aia, sports facility design
Don’t let that messy desk fool you. Fred is one of the sharpest guys you’ll ever meet and the guru –THE guru – of sports venues. A registered architect with 40 years of experience focused on the design of sports facilities, Fred’s designs of collegiate sports venues set the standard for creating home court advantage. Arenas at the University of South Carolina, Arkansas and Texas Tech are just a few examples. Fred is a Senior Vice President and Board member at Rosser. When he’s not working with clients to create innovative venues, Fred is traveling and filling his sketchbooks with beautiful drawings of cathedrals, churches and courthouses from around the world.
will curry, pe
Will wears two hats at Rosser (well, technically we’ve never seen him wear a hat…). A Vice President, he is a skilled mechanical engineer with 20 years of experience engineering systems for all sorts of facilities. He also directs Rosser’s IT Group. He manages our network and makes sure our computers are humming. Amid what is often chaos, Will is the cool and calm voice of reason that prevails.
john wyle, aia, master planning & design
John’s talents are multi-faceted, from master planning, to historic renovations, to design of large public facilities, to interior design. A Senior Vice President and board member at Rosser, he’s had a hand in many of the major projects in and around Atlanta, including the restoration of the Fox Theatre, the new World of Coke Museum and several projects with the Gwinnett Center. You might think after 40 years he would start to slow down, but no, he seems to have a never ending source of energy. Oh that we could bottle it.
george bushey, aia, director of design
Listen carefully because George talks fast – reflecting his mile a minute mind. Even so, one of the things clients say about George is that he really listens to them. As a Vice President and Rosser’s Design Director, George has designed projects ranging from the $1 million Sand Volleyball Courts at Georgia State University, to the $69 million Petersen Events Center at the University of Pittsburgh. He works with all of Rosser’s design studios to find optimum design solutions and he serves as code consultant on most of our projects.