Mayes Howard

Mayes Howard, I.T. Director & CAD Designer

Principal

Mayes brings more than 30 years’ experience in project management and creation of construction documents for new facilities, renovations, and additions. With a focus in learned design and construction methods, he works alongside many registered architects to produce advanced designs for educational, recreational and public facilities. In his role as the Director of Information Technology, he also manages MSSA-PBK’s information, communications, data management, and CAD management systems. With a focus on continued growth, he researches and deploys new software, budgets for and purchases new software and hardware, and implements new system platforms and data migration. 

Prior to joining the architectural world, he is an Army veteran serving as an Armor Crewman with the 1/11th Armored Cavalry Regiment and earned the Army Achievement Medal with first and second oak clusters. He gained experience in civil engineering while associated with a city development corporation specializing in pre-planned community design and land use. His leadership and team building skills were formed early while participating in The Boy Scouts of America, earning Eagle Scout. 

Mayes brings more than 30 years’ experience in project management and creation of construction documents for new facilities, renovations, and additions. With a focus in learned design and construction methods, he works alongside many registered architects to produce advanced designs for educational, recreational and public facilities. In his role as the Director of Information Technology, he also manages MSSA-PBK’s information, communications, data management, and CAD management systems. With a focus on continued growth, he researches and deploys new software, budgets for and purchases new software and hardware, and implements new system platforms and data migration. 

Prior to joining the architectural world, he is an Army veteran serving as an Armor Crewman with the 1/11th Armored Cavalry Regiment and earned the Army Achievement Medal with first and second oak clusters. He gained experience in civil engineering while associated with a city development corporation specializing in pre-planned community design and land use. His leadership and team building skills were formed early while participating in The Boy Scouts of America, earning Eagle Scout. 

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