Alan Harmon is a Lead Architect with Overland and has worked in the gamut of the built environment. Alan was in the US Air Force as a Heavy Equipment Operator working on everything from the ground down. His unit was responsible for grading a site, bringing in power & water, trenching footers, pouring concrete, and going on to the next site. This experience opened his eyes to how utilities and buildings came together and gave him a fundamental grasp of how to communicate design intent through drawings. Alan believes there’s no better experience for an architect than building something with your own hands. He leads project teams with an emphasis in this fundamental mindset and helps to foster technical knowledge within the team.
With a heavy interest in the Sports & Entertainment genre, he enjoys every minute of his career. Nothing excites Alan more than walking through a recreation center that you spent countless hours drawing or walking into a stadium, only to have your breath taken away that it’s finally all come together. His notable projects include YMCAs throughout San Antonio, Texas State University Recreation Center, ACU Recreation Center, Los Angeles Rams Sofi Stadium, Texas Rangers Globe Life Field, and Sapporo Ball Park in Hokkaido, Japan. From small to large, Alan’s dedication to a successful project is always his number one focus.
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Master of Architecture, 2006
Texas A&M University
Bachelor of Environmental Design, 2004
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