David M. Mougeot, AIA, NCARB
David M. Mougeot, AIA received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Louisiana Lafayette where he received a number of design awards and scholarships including: Acme Brick Building in Brick Competition-Honorable Mention-1993, Design Excellence-1994, The Women’s Council of the National Association of Home Builders Scholarship-1995, Acme Brick Building, in Brick, First Place-1995, Design Merit-1995, AIAS Honorable Mention-1996, and AIA Scholarly Pursuit in the Field of Architecture-1996. He graduated in 1997 with honors from the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture. David served as a member of the Louisiana Army National Guard for 11 years, beginning his military enlistment with the 239th Military Police Company in Baton Rouge and completing his final term with the 225th Engineering Group based in Pineville, Louisiana. He served active duty assisting the State of Louisiana with Emergency Operations after Hurricane Andrew and Hurricane Georges. He also assisted the 225th Engineering Group with construction operations in Europe and South America.
David has completed various architectural projects including hospital renovations and additions, governmental facilities, fire protection & rescue facilities, churches, schools, office buildings, college dormitories, college classroom renovations, immigrations processing facilities, state parks and cabins, banks, hotels, outdoor pavilions, public parks and town planning/development, retail development, historic restoration, various renovations, re-roofs, residential and many more. He has worked as project manager and project architect for many years and has maintained responsibility and integrity throughout every phase of his career. Staying current on continuing education and current industry standards is a high priority for David. New technology and materials continue to be researched and evaluated for project implementation. Construction waste management has also become an important aspect in construction planning. New construction products are evaluated to limit waste and demolished building products are evaluated for recycling possibilities.