Dusty’s journey in Architectural Consulting began in 2010 when he retired as a Professional Bull Rider and joined the United Brotherhood of Carpenters. As a union carpenter he attended school where he gained a vast amount of construction knowledge. Due to an unfortunate injury on the job Dusty had to make a career change and transitioned from a Journeyman Carpenter to an estimator, during this time Dusty took all the ICC Code courses he could. This extensive knowledge and experience led him to being a capable and effective Architectural Consultant. Over the years, he has honed his skills and expertise, becoming well-versed in passive fire and smoke protection along with storm shelter requirements. His experience includes helping with the early design of Intel D1X, numerous buildings for Microsoft, Seattle Convention Center, Gilcrease Museum, and Bixby High School.