Eric L. Kleiner
Eric is a registered architect in California, Washington, and Arizona with broad experience in architecture, land-use planning and construction. He received his bachelors of environmental design with honors from the University of Colorado with an emphasis in urban planning. Postgraduate studies include course work in construction technology, computer aided drafting, art, and business. Prior to entering the architectural field, Eric spent four years in the construction industry building single family and multi-family residential housing projects in Colorado, Nevada, and California.
Eric has worked for a variety of firms involving many building types including corporate offices, custom residences, aircraft support structures, educational facilities, hospitals, recreation facilities, restaurants, retail, and warehouses. Eric has been active in volunteering for local boards and committees to assist with urban design issues affecting communities including: San Diego Mission Hills Business Improvement District, The City of Goleta Project Area Committee and Heritage Design Guidelines committee; and the Portland Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He was also a member of the City of The Dalles Historic Preservation Committee and the Port of Hood River's Marina Improvements Committee in Hood River, Oregon.