About

Create - Collaborate - Construct

We’re a highly experienced and deeply passionate team that embraces the entire process of designing and building spaces. We’re inspired by our clients’ expertise, culture, and vision, and we create environments that reflect their values.

About us

Yellowstone Integrated Architecture and Construction’s roots date back to 1992, and our new leadership team has both robust past experience and an eye to the futureOur company exists to serve the changing architecture, design, and construction needs of organizations throughout the Midwest.  

The Yellowstone team is built on an integrated approach to everything we do – we live and breathe cohesive, intentional practices that keep our clients’ needs and desired results at the forefront every step of the way. We believe that integration helps us deliver faster, higher-quality, and more efficient projects – for a better way to create, collaborate, and construct.  

Core values

You may have noticed our Yellowstone team is often called ‘the CREW’. Being part of the CREW means demonstrating Yellowstone’s core values, and our outstanding staff embodies these values every day in their work and in interactions with clients, our community, and each other.
Constant Improvement
Respectful & Accountable
Exceed Expectations
Work Together

Value add

Yellowstone Architecture + Construction’s key strength lies in its balance of diverse expertise, effective project management, and its agile and collaborative approach; speeding up construction projects by eliminating the “gaps” that slow them down. As design and construction leaders, Yellowstone partners with property owners from the beginning of each project to build integrated, collaborative teams of designers and trade professionals, avoiding the disfunction that complicates the industry and setting up the project for success.

Construction projects are often drawn out in the beginning by a complex design/bid/re-design process and later by a slow and ineffective problem-solving process. Yellowstone’s sweet spot is in the beginning of projects where diverse expertise begets integrated, agile teams with clear, aligned goals and collaborative problem solving. Whether the single point of responsibility or quarterbacking a diverse team, Yellowstone excels at simplifying the building process so that clients can stay focused on what they do best.

Leadership Team

Andrew Hauptman, President

Why architecture? 
I’ve always loved combining my affection for art, design, and technology. Architecture has a profound impact on the environment, our society, and the individual – and I strongly believe that great architectural design can solve many of the biggest problems we face today.  

What’s the best part of the job? 
Working with the most effective team imaginable, and serving inspirational clients. I’m very fortunate.  

Charles Huber, Architecture & Design Services Manager

Why design? 
really appreciated theater and art galleries growing up, and both of those inspired my love for design 

What’s your favorite past project? 
I was part of a team that developed a hospital in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It involved master planning and ground-up development of a critical access hospital in a remote location – which was a really fulfilling process. The UP is also one of my favorite places to visit!

Mark See, Associate Director of Construction

Why construction? 
I love transforming something ‘intangible’ into something you can touch and see.  

What’s your favorite past project? 
It was a series of tensile fabric structures in a courtyard as part of a health care project. From a practical perspective, they provided shade – but also, the courtyard was surrounded by patient towers, and the structures were backlit with a lighting design that created a soothing effect. It was a meaningful project.

Molly Haller, Controller

Why finance? 
In college, I interviewed for an accounting internship on a whim and got it – and found that my analytical personality is a good fit for this discipline. I enjoy finding the story behind the numbers! 

What’s the best part of your job? 
I love seeing my team advance and achieve their goals – and, I am glad to add to female representation in accounting and finance. It’s important to carry while you climb.  

Leadership Team

Andrew Hauptman, President

Why architecture? 
I’ve always loved combining my affection for art, design, and technology. Architecture has a profound impact on the environment, our society, and the individual – and I strongly believe that great architectural design can solve many of the biggest problems we face today.  

What’s the best part of the job? 
Working with the most effective team imaginable, and serving inspirational clients. I’m very fortunate.  

Charles Huber, Architecture & Design Services Manager

Why design? 
really appreciated theater and art galleries growing up, and both of those inspired my love for design 

What’s your favorite past project? 
I was part of a team that developed a hospital in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It involved master planning and ground-up development of a critical access hospital in a remote location – which was a really fulfilling process. The UP is also one of my favorite places to visit!

Mark See, Associate Director of Construction

Why construction? 
I love transforming something ‘intangible’ into something you can touch and see.  

What’s your favorite past project? 
It was a series of tensile fabric structures in a courtyard as part of a health care project. From a practical perspective, they provided shade – but also, the courtyard was surrounded by patient towers, and the structures were backlit with a lighting design that created a soothing effect. It was a meaningful project.

Molly Haller, Controller

Why finance? 
In college, I interviewed for an accounting internship on a whim and got it – and found that my analytical personality is a good fit for this discipline. I enjoy finding the story behind the numbers! 

What’s the best part of your job? 
I love seeing my team advance and achieve their goals – and, I am glad to add to female representation in accounting and finance. It’s important to carry while you climb.  

Our Rock Stars

Our Rock Stars

William Robinson, Superintendent

What skill are you most proud of?
I can get along with pretty much anybody. Working with the CREW is easy – and it’s definitely my favorite part of the job.

What’s a fun fact about you?
In addition to building things, I also enjoy triathlons.

Danielle Seewald, Project Engineer

Why construction?
I started my career in interior design – that's what my degree is in, actually – and after eight years doing design, I had the chance to start working with the Yellowstone team to build on my administration skills and field experience. It’s helped me understand and love the whole process from concept to completion.

What’s a fun fact about you?
I’m really good at finding things, like misplaced items. It’s my super power!

Brad Guerro, Construction Project Manager

Why construction?
I’m a big fan of organizing, planning, and working with a diverse group of people every day – and that’s a lot of what I do in construction management. It’s always appealed to me.

What skill are you most proud of?
I’m good at helping my team solve complex problems and navigate new, unforeseen obstacles. I’m all about using a collaborative approach to finding the best way forward.

Jeremiah Livingston, Lead Carpenter

Why construction?
I really enjoy working with my team to overcome unexpected problems during the whole process of designing and building. It’s rewarding to be able to point at a building that I renovated or built from the ground up!

What’s your favorite memory in the business?
I renovated a beautiful hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and got to walk to work every day along the beach. It was awesome!

Elizabeth Wilk, Architectural Designer

Why architecture?
Growing up, I’d visit my Dad in Georgia and take daily walks through developing neighborhoods. I’d design in my head what an unfinished building could look like, and loved watching it come together.

What’s been your biggest learning experience?
I worked on a renovation for a Detroit-based corporation, and my architectural skills expanded when I was pushed toward more creative design decisions. It was an unforgettable experience of professional growth.

Caleb Marquard, Architect

Why architecture?
Architecture is art in which a human can dwell. It can resonate history and inspire the soul. Why do explorers climb the highest mountains, or dive to ancient deeps? I choose architecture because it is a culmination.

What's the best part of the job?
Developing concepts with clients. Painting mental pictures, solving problems, and seeing faces light up when we’ve landed on the right track. It’s very rewarding.

John Schechter, Lead Carpenter

Why construction?
I love the feeling of a well-thought-out plan coming to fruition. Being part of a team that also includes creative designers is exciting because we all work together to see projects coming to life. It’s pretty gratifying.

What’s your favorite part of the job?
My CREW! We all really get along and have a great time – and, it’s a privilege to work with so many skilled people.

Jon Newcomb, Foreman

Why construction?
I’ve always had a high aptitude for mechanics and the way things work. I love working with my hands, I love the synergy with the CREW, and I love changes in scenery as we shift projects.

What skill are you most proud of?
I have a wide range of skills, and I’d say versatility is my greatest asset. I have a fairly complete toolbox of experiences to draw from and can pretty much handle anything that’s thrown at me.

Joey Hurley, Construction Laborer

What’s your favorite past project?
I was part of the development of the 777 Building, where Oxford is now headquartered. Watching the occupancy of the property skyrocket as a result of our hard work was pretty neat.

What’s been your biggest learning experience?
Honestly, the learning never ends. That’s the experience. This job has helped me appreciate and understand that I’ll always keep learning and there’s so much value in that.

Brandon Bihlmeyer, Project Engineer

Why construction?
I’ve always loved creating things, but I got into construction initially just to make some money while I was in college. I loved it so much that I changed my course of study to Construction Management and never looked back.

What’s a fun fact about you?
My fiancé and I bought a 110 year-old home last year, and we’ve spent countless hours renovating it. It’s a labor of love!

Emily Fradette, Architectural Designer

Why design?
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t in love with design and the endless possibilities it inspires, teaches, and motivates me to explore. Architecture takes design and makes everything possible – never losing sight of the creative vision.

What's the best part of the job?
The entire Yellowstone team embodies integration. We communicate, work, and succeed as a team. I love creating and collaborating with these incredible people.

Stephanie Bonner, Cost Accountant

What skill are you most proud of?
I’m really good at being flexible and adaptable – and I can juggle several special projects at once while maintaining my day-to-day responsibilities.

What’s the best part of your job?
Collaborating with the CREW is awesome. We all work together so well, and we support each other so we can watch projects come to fruition. I get satisfaction from knowing that I’m part of the whole process!

Mike Newcomb, Carpenter

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Our Rock Stars

William Robinson, Superintendent

What skill are you most proud of?
I can get along with pretty much anybody. Working with the CREW is easy – and it’s definitely my favorite part of the job.

What’s a fun fact about you?
In addition to building things, I also enjoy triathlons.

Danielle Seewald, Project Engineer

Why construction?
I started my career in interior design – that's what my degree is in, actually – and after eight years doing design, I had the chance to start working with the Yellowstone team to build on my administration skills and field experience. It’s helped me understand and love the whole process from concept to completion.

What’s a fun fact about you?
I’m really good at finding things, like misplaced items. It’s my super power!

Brad Guerro, Construction Project Manager

Why construction?
I’m a big fan of organizing, planning, and working with a diverse group of people every day – and that’s a lot of what I do in construction management. It’s always appealed to me.

What skill are you most proud of?
I’m good at helping my team solve complex problems and navigate new, unforeseen obstacles. I’m all about using a collaborative approach to finding the best way forward.

Jeremiah Livingston, Lead Carpenter

Why construction?
I really enjoy working with my team to overcome unexpected problems during the whole process of designing and building. It’s rewarding to be able to point at a building that I renovated or built from the ground up!

What’s your favorite memory in the business?
I renovated a beautiful hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and got to walk to work every day along the beach. It was awesome!

Elizabeth Wilk, Architectural Designer

Why architecture?
Growing up, I’d visit my Dad in Georgia and take daily walks through developing neighborhoods. I’d design in my head what an unfinished building could look like, and loved watching it come together.

What’s been your biggest learning experience?
I worked on a renovation for a Detroit-based corporation, and my architectural skills expanded when I was pushed toward more creative design decisions. It was an unforgettable experience of professional growth.

Brandon Bihlmeyer, Project Engineer

Why construction?
I’ve always loved creating things, but I got into construction initially just to make some money while I was in college. I loved it so much that I changed my course of study to Construction Management and never looked back.

What’s a fun fact about you?
My fiancé and I bought a 110 year-old home last year, and we’ve spent countless hours renovating it. It’s a labor of love!

John Schechter, Lead Carpenter

Why construction?
I love the feeling of a well-thought-out plan coming to fruition. Being part of a team that also includes creative designers is exciting because we all work together to see projects coming to life. It’s pretty gratifying.

What’s your favorite part of the job?
My CREW! We all really get along and have a great time – and, it’s a privilege to work with so many skilled people.

Caleb Marquard, Architect

Why architecture?
Architecture is art in which a human can dwell. It can resonate history and inspire the soul. Why do explorers climb the highest mountains, or dive to ancient deeps? I choose architecture because it is a culmination.

What's the best part of the job?
Developing concepts with clients. Painting mental pictures, solving problems, and seeing faces light up when we’ve landed on the right track. It’s very rewarding.

Joey Hurley, Construction Laborer

What’s your favorite past project?
I was part of the development of the 777 Building, where Oxford is now headquartered. Watching the occupancy of the property skyrocket as a result of our hard work was pretty neat.

What’s been your biggest learning experience?
Honestly, the learning never ends. That’s the experience. This job has helped me appreciate and understand that I’ll always keep learning and there’s so much value in that.

Jon Newcomb, Foreman

Why construction?
I’ve always had a high aptitude for mechanics and the way things work. I love working with my hands, I love the synergy with the CREW, and I love changes in scenery as we shift projects.

What skill are you most proud of?
I have a wide range of skills, and I’d say versatility is my greatest asset. I have a fairly complete toolbox of experiences to draw from and can pretty much handle anything that’s thrown at me.

Emily Fradette, Architectural Designer

Why design?
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t in love with design and the endless possibilities it inspires, teaches, and motivates me to explore. Architecture takes design and makes everything possible – never losing sight of the creative vision.

What's the best part of the job?
The entire Yellowstone team embodies integration. We communicate, work, and succeed as a team. I love creating and collaborating with these incredible people.

Stephanie Bonner, Cost Accountant

What skill are you most proud of?
I’m really good at being flexible and adaptable – and I can juggle several special projects at once while maintaining my day-to-day responsibilities.

What’s the best part of your job?
Collaborating with the CREW is awesome. We all work together so well, and we support each other so we can watch projects come to fruition. I get satisfaction from knowing that I’m part of the whole process!

Mike Newcomb, Carpenter

Why construction?
I’ve always loved building things and found it to be fun, ever since I was a kid. I enjoy difficult framing and millwork – and working with the CREW to finish even the most complicated jobs gives me a lot of satisfaction.

What’s a fun fact about you?
I was ambidextrous until elementary school.

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