Peter Andrews AIA, LEED AP

peter1Peter is a registered architect, LEED AP and a Project Manager for Intrinsik. His unique journey to architecture (beginning with a bachelors degree from Boston College, a volunteer year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, a fellowship with Architecture for Humanity all the way to receiving his Master of Architecture from MSU) contributes to our eclectic and multidisciplinary approach to design. His experience includes a wide variety of projects including custom residences, multi-family and commercial work. Peter is an active volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Richard Charlesworth Architect
charlesworthRichard has been practicing architecture for 38 years mainly in Jackson, Wyoming and Bozeman, Montana. He has worked on numerous residential and commercial projects throughout the Rocky Mountain West. He has a Master of Architecture from Tulane University. While in Jackson, he and several other architects formed the Community Design Collaborative to facilitate design charettes to contribute to better community solutions for two Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust Projects, Albertsons, the Wilson Post Office, Hardeman Meadows Development and the Jackson Multi-Agency Campus. For the last four years, Rich has been collaborating with Intrinsik Architecture.
Henri Foch AIA, LEED AP
HenriFochHenri is a registered Architect, LEED AP and Project Manager at Intrinsik. He graduated from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri with a Bachelor of Architecture. Henri’s architectural experience over the last 12 years includes work on commercial, educational, secular, office, retail, multi-family and single family structures. His background in construction reinforces our thorough consideration for the building process throughout the design services we provide. With his extensive experience in project management over a wide array of project types, Henri also plays key role in developing the skills of our staff.
Beth Burns Business Manager
An essential part of any successful business is the business manager. Beth was raised on a ranch in Northeastern MT and graduated from MSU with a BA in English. She has worked in a variety of fields including the development world, real estate lending and as a Research Administrator for U of M (note that she always remained a steadfast Bobcat in Grizzly Country).
Susan Riggs AICP
Susan RAs a certified planner, Susan has comprehensive experience with urban design, site planning, land use regulations, design guidelines, covenants and public processes. Prior to joining the Intrinsik team, she worked for the City of Bozeman Department of Planning & Community Development on a variety of current and long-range planning projects. With a degree in Urban & Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia School of Architecture, Susan advocates for the Jeffersonian spirit of community and currently volunteers for the North 7th Urban Renewal Board.
Tanner Skelton AIT
Tanner received his Master of Architecture at Montana State University in May 2011. He started his academic pursuits at the University of Oklahoma, where in 2000, he earned his first bachelors degree in Letters; the study of philosophy, history, and literature. He quickly left the plains of Oklahoma for the mountains and rivers of Montana where he can frequently be found fishing for large trout.
Shea Stewart LEED AP, AIT
Shea is a LEED AP and received his Master of Architecture at Montana State University in May 2007. During his education he was heavily involved in civic based design projects, and remains an active community volunteer. Shea is also a musician and can be seen cruising around Bozeman on his Honda 90.

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