Rick Hazel

Rick Hazel

Rick graduated from Iowa State  University in in 1993 with a Bachelors of Architecture Degree. Rick has been working as an architect in Colorado since 1997. He is licensed in Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, and Wyoming. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Association of Licensed Architects, International Code Council and holds a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards certificate.  Following the completion of his degree, Rick worked for architectural firms in Wisconsin and Wyoming before relocating to Colorado in 1997.  He was a staff architect for Architecture One from 1997 to 2003 when he transferred to Hauser Architects, PC in 2003.

A few of the projects which Rick helped design and manage while at Hauser Architects, P.C. include: Weld County Human Resources Building, North Range Behavioral Health Building, Stower Orthodontics, Golden Fire Department – Station #1, Governor’s Ranch Professional Park Development, Platteville Pioneer Museum, Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, Winona School – Thompson School District, Monroe Early Childhood Center, New Vision Charter School / Boys and Girls Club of  Loveland, Big O Tires, East Pointe Neighborhood Center Development, PDC Energy Regional Office Building, Blue Mountain Winery, Human Bean Coffee Shop, and The Children’s House Childcare Center.

Rick has volunteered as a baseball coach on many occasions and volunteered to help restore parts of Rocky Mountain National Park including McGraw Ranch. He along with his wife Michelle enjoy hiking in the national parks across this country