|Dan Harding, LEED AP
In addition to being the Founder and Design Director of Intrinsik, Dan has gained extensive building and teaching experience throughout his career. Dan holds a Bachelors of Arts in Architecture from the University of North Carolina and a Masters of Architecture from Clemson. Dan has been honored with many awards in school and in professional practice and continues to lecture around the country on the work of Intrinsik. Dan maintains strong and active projects that engage and improve community through trails, open space, broad sustainability and design merit. While maintaining design oversight at Intrinsik, Dan is also an associate¬†professor at Clemson University and the Director of the Community Research and Design Center.
|Robert J. Pertzborn, AIA
As a registered Montana architect and a practicing planner, Rob Pertzborn bridges the gap between buildings and neighborhoods. Rob has worked in design and planning for the past 20 years and has a wide range of experience ranging from historic civic and commercial renovations to land and municipal facilities planning to designing infill urban mixed use projects and residences. Rob specializes in big picture thinking and master planning to assure timely, quality and sustainable projects for the client, future residents and users, and the greater community. Rob is from Madison, Wisconsin and has lived in the Twin Cities before settling in Bozeman nearly 20 years ago. Rob holds a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University.
|Tad Tsukamoto, AIA, LEED AP
Tad Tsukamoto is a registered Architect in four states (Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and South Carolina), LEED AP and Managing Principal at Intrinsik. His experience over the last 18 years includes extensive work on schools, municipal facilities, offices, retail, lodging, multi-family and single family structures. Tad oversees the construction document production and is an active team member on projects through direct communication with the project managers. Tad hails from Hawaii but has lived in Southwest Montana for over 30 years. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University.