Travis has experience in all phases of designing 21st century educational environments. From master planning to construction documents, he has aided in the completion of interior redesigns as well as new projects built from the ground up. While in architectural school, Travis learned about conceptualizing an idea and refining it into a finished product. He has brought this valuable skill to his professional career with FNI and has contributed on the interior redesign of Magnificat High School (Rocky River, Ohio), a new design of Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland, Ohio), master planning of Cedar Falls District Schools (Cedar Falls, Iowa), interior redesign of Hillel Day School (Farmington Hills, Michigan), master planning of St. George’s Senior School (Vancouver, British Columbia), and the design of the Curiosity Center at St. George’s Jr. School (Vancouver, British Columbia).
Travis received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan. Exploring different architecturally related pathways, he delved into opportunities outside of the standard architectural design coursework. These opportunities included studying abroad in China, learning about and utilizing digital fabrication tools, and working hand-in-hand with a professional business group in downtown Detroit, Michigan to help conceptualize an architectural solution for economic regrowth.