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      • Michael R. PooleManaging Partner and Chief Executive Officer
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              Michael R. Poole is managing partner and Chief Executive Officer of Poole & Poole Architecture. Mr. Poole currently holds architectural licenses in 17 states and an NCARB certificate for eligibility for nationwide licensing. more

      • Nea May PooleManaging Partner and Chief Operating Officer
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               Nea May Poole is managing partner and Chief Operating Officer of Poole & Poole Architecture. Ms. Poole manages the design direction for the company utilizing her over 23 years experience in both architectural design and project management. more

      • David KelleyLEED AP
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               A graduate of the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, David Kelley joined Poole & Poole Architecture in 2003 and was named an associate in 2005. more

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      • Experience-Ability-Vision
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            In addition to providing architectural expertise, creative design and detailing, 2PA brings knowledgeable code analysis, innovative technology and experienced construction administration to each project. more

      • Computer Visualization
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            Poole & Poole Architecture's computer graphic services, including virtual reality models, animations and 3D graphics, are an asset to a project during both the early stages of design and later as marketing material for the owner. more 

      • Multi Family
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            Poole & Poole Architecture has designed and built a broad spectrum of buildings, but their specialty lies in multi-family housing.  more 

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            Poole & Poole Architecture has been nationally recognized as a strong leader in the field of residential architecture.more 

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Computer Visualization

Poole & Poole Architecture's computer graphic services, including virtual reality models, animations and 3D graphics, are an asset to a project during both the early stages of design and later as marketing material for the owner.

Initially, simpler models are used for site massing excercises, interior and exterior lighting studies and quick color, roof line or design studies. They then create an intricately detailed final model that can be used for advertising, finance packages or web marketing. These final images have been invaluable to developers for zoning, neighborhood and other governmental meetings, as they have a level of detail and clarity that traditional renderings do not have.

Animations are particularly useful as a leasing tool for apartments. Interior models with furniture and finishes help prospective residence understnd the space they will be leasing months before the first true model is open on a project.