Chad Zettle

Chad Zettle

With over nineteen years in the industry, Chad’s experience as a registered architect working in roles as designer, owner and developer has provided invaluable knowledge of the thinking and values of the various players in the development process. The delivery of projects within scope, budget and schedule that meet the Owner’s programmatic needs have been the unifying element of his work in a variety of market sectors with varied contract type. Teamwork and collaboration for the making of a better built environment are at the core of his professional career.

Certificate in Commercial Real Estate, University of Washington
LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction
Masters of Architecture, University of Washington
Bachelor of Science Design, Clemson University

Spectrum Development Solutions
Sound Transit
The Miller Hull Partnership
Schreiber Starling & Lane Architects

Weatherly New Development Project, development management
PAWS, assistant development management

Meridian Center for Health, development management
University of Washington North Campus Housing, development management
University of Oregon New Residence Hall, development management
Northwest Kidney Centers Dialysis Clinics & Administration Building, development management
Sound Transit East Link Stations, architectural project management
Wood Framed Multi-Family/Student Housing projects, client program management
Sound Transit Pedestrian Bridges, architectural project manager
Overlake Transit Center Funding Agreement, designated Sound Transit representative
Seattle Public Utilities South Transfer Station, project management
Bellevue College Science + Technology Building, project architect and construction administrator
Fort Vancouver Regional Library, design team member
Seattle Pacific University New University Center, design team member
Tacoma Community College Science + Technology Building, design team member
Lake Washington Technical College Redmond Campus, project architect and construction administrator