Michael James Stoker, AIA, NCARB

Updated June 1, 2014

REGISTRATION

Licensed Architect

Utah #132706, 1993 present

Licensed Architect

New Mexico #3442, 1998 2009

Licensed Architect

South Carolina #5883, 1999 2001

Licensed Architect

Florida #AR-0016821, 1999 2005

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) #45019, 1994 - present

(NCARB facilitates licensure in additional states)

EDUCATION

Master of Architecture

1991 University of Utah, Graduate School of Architecture

Salt Lake City, Utah

Bachelor of Science, Urban Planning

1987 University of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

Associate of Science

1982 Dixie College

St. George, Utah

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Institute of Architects Member, 1993-present

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Member, 1994-present

U.S. Green Building Council Member, 2009-2010

International Conference of Building Officials Professional Member, 2009-2010

Green Space Design Member, 2001-2012

American Institute of Architects Associate Member, 1991-1993

National Trust For Historic Preservation Member, 1991-2012

Utah State Historical Society Member, 1991-2012

Utah Heritage Foundation Member, 1991-2012

American Institute of Architecture Students, University of Utah Chapter Member, 1987-1991

AFFILIATIONS

The Timbers HOA, 2012-present

Architectural Review Committee

Park City, Utah

Prospector Square Property Owners Association, 2012-present

Board of Directors

Park City, Utah

Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Bureau, 2000-present

Member

Park City, Utah

American Camping Association, 2001-2004

Associate Member

Girl Scouts of Utah, 2000-2004

Adult Member

University of Utah Crimson Club, 2000-2012

Member

Salt Lake City, Utah

University of Utah Alumni Association, 1996-2012

Member

Salt Lake City, Utah

International Conference of Building Officials, 2001-2003

Professional Member

Architectural Review Committee, 1993-1998

Plan Reviews and Enforcement Ranch Place Subdivision

Park City, Utah

Architectural Review Committee, 1995-1997

Plan Reviews South Ridge Subdivision

Park City, Utah

Habitat For Humanity, 1994, 1995

Design Participant

Summit County, Utah

American Institute of Architecture Students, 1990-1991

University of Utah Chapter President

Salt Lake City, Utah

Habitat For Humanity, 1991

Design Participant

Salt Lake City, Utah

National Architectural Accrediting Board, 1991

Visitation Team Member

University of Texas at Arlington

Teaching Assistant, 1989

University of Utah, Graduate School of Architecture

Salt Lake City, Utah

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1993 Present

Stoker Architecture, Inc.

Michael J. Stoker, AIA - Architect

Architecture

Park City, Utah

1992 1993

Otto/Walker Architects, Inc.

Architecture

Park City, Utah

1991 1992

Babock Design Group

Architecture/Planning/Interior Design

Salt Lake City, Utah

1989 1991

Socwell/Swaner, Inc.

Landscape Architecture/Land Planning/Architectural Design

Salt Lake City, Utah

1985 1989

Allred, Soffe & Tuttle, Inc.

Architecture/Landscape Architecture/Land Planning

Murray, Utah

1984 1985

Brighton/Walker Associates

Architecture

Park City, Utah

1978 1982

Leslie A. Stoker, AIA

Architecture/Planning

St. George, Utah

AWARDS

Stoker Architecture, Inc.

Interior Design Merit Award, 2001

Camp Cloud Rim Girl Scout Lodge

Salt Lake City Design Awareness Foundation

Stoker Architecture, Inc.

Design Merit Award, 2000

Camp Cloud Rim Girl Scout Lodge

Utah Society, American Institute of Architects

Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Leadership and Service, 1991

University of Utah, Graduate School of Architecture

Salt Lake City, Utah

Honor Award, Structures, 1991

University of Utah, Graduate School of Architecture

Salt Lake City, Utah

Honorable Mention Award, Design, 1991

University of Utah, Graduate School of Architecture

Salt Lake City, Utah