Dick Anderson, principal and project director at RNL, is retiring as of March 31, 2012.
His career as an architect has spanned nearly 45 years and spent 36 of those years with RNL.
Anderson joined RNL in 1973. Since then, he has worked on many notable, impactful and successful projects including Colorado's Ocean Journey (now the Downtown Aquarium), the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building, and, more recently, 1800 Larimer. Anderson is a skilled architect, humble leader and popular mentor. His professionalism and patience put many RNL projects on the path to success.
"Although we at RNL will miss Dick's wisdom, presence of mind, and wonderful sense of humor, we are excited by what lies ahead for him. We thank you, Dick, for your dedication and tireless efforts through the years. Enjoy your well deserved retirement," said Josh Gould, chairman and CEO, RNL.
Dick has graciously agreed to spend some time as a consultant with RNL in the coming months; however, any specific project related needs should be directed to Carl Hole at Carl.Hole@RNLdesign.com.