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Architect

David Clay Ayer, American architect. Registered architect, Utah, Hawaii. Recipient 1st place award City and County of Honolulu, 1991. Member American Institute of Architects (chair committee 1981-1994, board directors 1986, Merit award 1991), National Association Industrial and Office Parks, Urban Land Institute, Rotary.

Background

Ayer, David Clay was born on December 26, 1952 in Salt Lake City. Son of John Lowell and Ethel (Schumann) Ayer.

Education

Bachelor of Science with honors, University Utah, 1976. Master of Architecture, University Utah, 1979.

Career

Project architect, Event-driven architecture, Salt Lake City, 1978-1980; project manager, associate, Event-driven architecture, Salt Lake City, 1981-1983; project manager, IMH Architects, Salt Lake City, 1980-1981; director architecture, DMJM-Utah, Salt Lake City, 1983-1988; principal, STA Ltd., Honolulu, 1988-1992; division manager, DMJM-Hawaii, Honolulu, since 1992. Board directors Assist, Inc., Salt Lake City, 1986.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Utah, Hawaii.

Membership

Member American Institute of Architects (chair committee 1981-1994, board directors 1986, Merit award 1991), National Association Industrial and Office Parks, Urban Land Institute, Rotary.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: skiing, golf, sailing, hiking, fishing.

Connections

Married Colleen J. Dorsey, May 8, 1982. Children: Kaitlin Ashley, Austin Michael.

father:
John Lowell Ayer

mother:
Ethel (Schumann) Ayer

spouse:
Colleen J. Dorsey

children:
Austin Michael Ayer

Kaitlin Ashley Ayer