Evan Lamprecht has been in the architecture world for as long as he can remember, following his father Loren to work sites before he could barely walk. It was perhaps inevitable that this early upbringing would lead Evan to a career in architecture.
Something else that Evan discovered while growing up was his love of team sports, especially basketball. It is true that he is “vertically gifted,” but Evan’s height only added to his effectiveness on the court. He went on to play collegiate basketball in large part due to his strong work ethic and desire to lead winning teams.
As much as he loved playing basketball, the art and science of “building things” were never far from Evan’s mind. Today, after earning his Masters of Architecture, he now serves as a Healthcare Project Architect at Altus. Evan’s passion for healthcare design is rooted in a desire to create healing spaces for patients and their families. He is able to create award-winning results using his natural ability to drive open communication and collaboration through all phases of the planning and design process. Evan also brings a strong understanding of and aptitude for technology to the role, which has helped both Altus and the clientele it serves.
Evan is still adept at landing free throws on the basketball court, but his current free time is more likely spent teaching his own son (with wife Meganne) to dribble and shoot. Only time will tell if the little guy will follow in his Dad’s footsteps, but if bets were to be placed, the likelihood is strong. At age two and a half, he is a good foot taller than his similarly-aged peers. He also loves to visit his Dad at the Altus office.
B.S. in Architectural Studies (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Master of Architecture (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
> Mercy Medical Center – Clinton, LDRP Unit
> Mercy Medical Center – Dubuque
> Munroe Meyer Institute