The firm also
handles such items as medical planning, construction document preparation
along with obtaining state (OSHPD) approvals and special construction
The firm has
been fully computer oriented since 1992 allowing the use of the
latest technology such as CAD for the production of construction
documents. All drawings and specifications are on computer allowing
for the extreme flexibility required. Files are easily transferred
from our office to consultants and our computers can be linked to
those of our clients to streamline all aspects of a project. All
this technology is available but if a client requests a hand drawn
set of construction documents, those can also be accommodated.
handled with the firm as Prime Architect or as a Consultant to another
architectural firm needing the extra expertise Gooyer can bring
to a medical related project.
He has been
the Principal-in-Charge or Project Manager for numerous projects
ranging from $100,000,000.00 to as small as $1,000.00. These include
acute hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, diagnostic centers,medical
clinics MOB's and individual doctor's offices. His experience includes
being the Project Architect for such projects as a 200,000 sq. ft.
addition to a major medical center in southern California to Principal-in-Charge
of a recently completed toilet room remodeling with a construction
cost of $28,000.00 as well as numerous other renovations, additions
small size of the firm provides our clients with direct personal
contact with the principal, Robert Gooyer, AIA, FHFI on all projects.
It has been our goal to never become too large to not offer this
Robert C. Gooyer,
AIA has practiced Architecture, Planning and Medical Planning since
1976, after graduating from the University of Arizona with a 5 year
Bachelors of Architecture Degree. Gooyer has been a registered Architect
in the State of California since 1980 and has his NCARB Certificate.
Gooyer is a
Corporate Member of the American Institute of Architects San Mateo
County, has been its President as well as Vice-President, Treasurer,
Director and current Editor-in-Chief of the AIASMC's newsletter
"Charrette" along with having chaired numerous committees.
He is an Emergency Safety Assessment Inspector of the OES/AIA/SMC,
a Master Commissioner for the California Architects Board and currently
serves as a Planning Commisioner for the City of San Mateo.