David Duman has been a great voice in municipal architecture design for more than 30 years. David continues to grow our municipal and public sector client base while also leading and mentoring staff. His expertise lies in municipal service centers and animal shelters, designing buildings for both that are warm and welcoming. He’s worked on more than 50 public works projects, including more than 30 municipal service center projects, and has been on the Planning & Zoning Commission since 1997.
David stays grounded by his faith, family and friends. An avid baseball fan, David enjoys watching major league and college games, as well as college football. He has a wife and two boys that he loves spending time with. He likes working in the yard, even going as far to say he finds it “relaxing.” His two favorite cities are also two favorite bands, Boston and Chicago, though he wouldn’t pass up an opportunity to visit Cape Cod or Santa Fe.
Words to live by:
“Opportunities don’t happen; you create them.”
- Chris Grosser