History

Since 1970, The Crump Firm's talented team has more than 7,000 commissions, including the design of more than 6,600 office-space-planning, site-planning and interior-design projects. Our architects have designed over 400 buildings including corporate headquarters, tenant office buildings, schools, religious facilities, college buildings, performing arts facilities, distribution facilities, government buildings, airport facilities, healthcare clinics and, in recent years, scientific research facilities. The Crump Firm's interior designers have provided clients with thousands of tenant and corporate space plans and interior designs.

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The Crump Firm signage at 81 Monroe Avenue

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Leadership

The firm is led by Chairman and CEO, Metcalf Crump, FAIA and by David Hoback, President, who incorporated The Crump Firm - Architects in 1985.

Updated Principals
The Crump Firm Principals. From L-R: Scott Hatley, Sue Madden, Walt Reed, Jennifer Campbell, Metcalf Crump, RéJohn Lartigue, Virginia Norman, David Hoback

Walt Reed, AIA, Principal and Vice-President of Architecture joined The Crump Firm - Architects in 1986 following Scott Hatley, Senior Project Manager and Associate Principal who joined the firm in 1985.

Sue Madden, CFO and Office Manager came on board in 1988 followed by Virginia Norma, IIDA, Vice-President of Interior Design who launched the firm's Interior Design department in 1993.

Architect RéJohn Lartigue joined the firm in 1994. Finally, Jennifer Campbell, IIDA, joined the firm in 2006, followed by Hattie Jones in 2009, and they both lead the Interior Design team as Associate Principals. The 9 members of this Management Team have dedicated an average of more than 30 years of service to the firm.

The Crump Firm Workplace

HEALTHY WORKPLACE
The Crump Firm has maintained a strict non-smoking policy since 1970. Additionally, we partially reimburse fitness club expenses for each participating staff member.

EEOC
The firm is an Equal Opportunities employer. One of our key associate architects is a Disabled US Army Veteran.