Jason Egeline

Jason Egeline

Vice President

Dirtbike Junkie, Hot Dog Eating Contest Winner, Runs for Fun

Jason draws on his experiences living and working throughout the West, and brings that diversity to his designs. He is a member of the Architectural Society and active in the Kiwanis Club. He is a long-time volunteer for Merit Badge University, which provides an opportunity to teach students about trends in architecture. Be it working on an innovative school project or racing a 24 hour endurance race, Jason is always looking for something unique that brings the most out of him and the opportunities he encounters.

Q & A with Jason Egeline

What made you interested in architecture?

To me it’s being part of creating the ultimate functional art. I once heard that an average architect reaches full competency at age 62. For some that might be scary, but it excited me! It just means I’ll always be learning and growing!

Favorite part of your job?

Working with contractors. It’s where the final space takes shape.

Biggest challenge of your job?

Bringing together the huge amount of people and pieces that make up one building. To turn a beautiful idea into a finished space you have hundreds of spec pages, piles of drawings, permits, cost estimates, etc… this isn’t a job for the faint of heart! There’s a huge team of people from the contractor on down that help to bring the details together.

What was your first job?

Self-performed painting contractor at age 12.

What do you do in your spare time?

Spending time with friends and family and exploring the amazing natural surroundings just out my back door.