DAVID CARSON, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C
A licensed architect since 1991, David Carson joined TAG International as a Project Manager in 2000 and became a Partner in 2003. David’s meticulous attention to detail and technical knowledge offers the client the prospect of value optimization on every project. Throughout his more than 30 year career, David has applied his knowledge and skills on a wide variety of projects including industrial manufacturing, distribution, advanced technologies, healthcare facilities, retail centers, corporate offices, hotels and public buildings.
David is responsible for production management, quality control, and construction administration oversight on all TAG projects.
David recently managed the production of Construction Documents for a $22 million, 20-story high-rise apartment tower near the University of Texas at Austin, a five-story Hilton hotel in north Austin, several large industrial shell buildings and a number of tenant finish-outs, as well as other ongoing projects.
Certified as a LEED Accredited Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council, David has extensive experience on a number of green building projects including the Heliovolt Manufacturing Facility in Austin, which earned a LEED Silver rating; the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Facility in McAllen, Texas, which was also awarded LEED Silver; and the Austin Police Forensics Facility, a unique 78,000 sf municipal law enforcement center designed and built to meet the City of Austin’s Green Building Program standards.
RONALD POPE, AIA, NCARB
A licensed Architect since 1995, Ron Pope became a Partner in TAG International in 1998 and has since led the firm to become a comprehensive professional services provider for a broad spectrum of clients and project types, including industrial, commercial, healthcare, biotech, multi-family, mixed-use, and public sector projects.
Ron manages a wide range of projects for both public and private entities, and provides overall firm leadership and design vision. Ron has particular expertise in architectural
design, programming, master planning, site planning, cost analysis, and systems integration, with experience in industrial manufacturing, distribution, advanced technology, biotech, healthcare, hospitality, multi-family, mixed-use, commercial, and public facilities.
During his career, Ron has been personally involved in the design and project management of over 9 million square feet of constructed space worth a total of more than $500 million in construction value.
Long an advocate of sustainable development practices, Ron has been responsible for numerous green building projects, including the 122,000 square foot Heliovolt Manufacturing Facility in Austin, Texas, which achieved a LEED Silver rating; the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Facility in McAllen, Texas, also awarded LEED Silver; master planning and architectural design for the 67-acre Heritage Crossing Business Park in Austin, planned as a sustainable development project with over 750,000 square feet of lease space for offices, manufacturing, and distribution; and the $15 million Austin Police Forensics Facility, a unique 78,000 sf municipal law enforcement center designed and built to meet the City of Austin’s Green Building Program standards.