David James Crawley (Jamie) is a naturalized Texan originally from Montreal, Quebec Canada. Jamie leads the architecture studio and brings significant experience in a variety of project sectors including civic, commercial, residential, non-profit, and industrial. His passion for design fosters both business development as well as connections to the community through probono service.
Jamie remains active in both the local and state components of the American Institute of Architects serving on a variety of committees and was honored in 2007 as the Texas Society of Architects Associate Member of the Year in part for his pro-bono efforts to a North East Austin Community through architectural advocacy. This effort was further recognized by Mayor Will Wynn and the Austin City Council by Mayoral Proclammation for service to the community. Formerly a Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture, he continues to participate and lecture at industry conferences on sustainable design, architecture, advocacy, social media and education.
Ms. Black is the Vice President of Hamilton&Associates. Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
As a long-term employee of Hamilton&Associates, she has seen the firm evolve into a diverse, multi-disciplinary organization. Her duties include firm management and marketing, including client relationships as well as most human resource functions. In addition, she also serves on the Board of Directors for the Pflugerville Chamber of Commerce, is an active member of The Seton Circle, Professional Women of Williamson County, past Board Member and active Committee Member for the Society of Marketing Professional Services and a member of the Pflugerville Rotary.
Dr. E. P. (Bill) Hamilton III, P.E. is President of Hamilton&Associates, Inc., an Austin TX Architectural, Engineering and Technical Services firm that he started in 1982. He obtained his BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California, and his Doctorate from The University of Texas at Austin. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas, a member of IAEI, APSP, and a Senior Member of IEEE.