William G. Ramroth, Jr., is a practicing architect with over thirty years of experience in architectural design and project management. He has served as the project manager for numerous building design projects ranging in size from small remodeling projects to multi-disciplinary design programs of over one-hundred million dollars in construction costs. He has Bachelor's and Master's of Architecture Degrees from the University of Oregon and is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). In addition, Mr. Ramroth is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) and is LEED certified by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) as a leader in the design of energy efficient and environmentally sensitive "green" buildings. He has been a guest lecturer at the University of Oregon, where he lectured and participated in seminars regarding methods of synthesizing the aesthetic, structural, financial, and technology parameters that affect the design of buildings. He currently works for Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, where he manages the architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical departments for the San Francisco office. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is an Engineering/Scientific/ Architectural design firm with approximately 450 employees. It has 19 offices located in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Arizona, Montana, Kansas, and Utah. For several years, Mr. Ramroth served as a project manager for Sverdrup Corporation, a multi-disciplinary design firm with offices throughout the United States and approximately 3,000 employees. In 1999, Sverdrup was bought by Jacobs Engineering, one of the largest engineering firms world-wide with over 20,000 employees and offices throughout the world. For Jacobs, he managed the Walnut Creek and Costa Mesa offices.