Robert D. May AIA
Associate Principal / Architect
Bob May’s long and diverse architectural career is particularly rich in the areas of design and contract administration for facilities in the healthcare, research and development, and advanced technology sectors. His experience includes some of Page’s most complicated and extensive projects, including facilities for Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, Texas Instruments, and the University of Texas at Arlington. In addition, Bob leads the firm’s efforts in mentoring young professionals in matters of construction techniques and detailing to ensure that the means and methods of construction achieve design intent.
Bob served as Page’s project architect for the Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital Medical Tower II in Albany, Georgia, which consolidates its oncology programs within the same building. The 170,000-square-foot facility dedicates spaces for clinical care, basic research, cancer prevention and control, and administrative departments, as well as a 23-room hotel for traveling patients and their families. The new cancer center, which treats over 1,300 new cases annually, allows for the expansion of services at one of the busiest cancer centers in the Southeast, increases the efficiency of how services are delivered, provides a significant and recognizable building for the patients, and creates a regional data and research center in support of all areas of oncology.
On numerous Page projects for Texas Instruments, Bob provided architectural and contract administration services for over one million square feet of building area.
Another project in Bob’s portfolio is the 234,265-square-foot, multidisciplinary Engineering Research Building (ERB) at the University of Texas at Arlington. That project received LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The Dallas office of PageSoutherlandPage served as architect of record, in association with ZGF as design architect, and also provided MEP engineering and LEED documentation services.
A graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Architecture, Bob is registered to practice architecture in Texas and is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).