Randy Kopplin has over 40 years of development, architecture and construction experience within a broad range of construction types and uses. Graduating from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture, he has worked for some of the leading architectural firms in the Dallas, TX area. Randy handled the construction administration on the Dallas Public Library, Zale’s World Headquarters and San Jacinto Center on Town Lake in Austin, TX. Moving to Los Angeles in the mid-80’s, Randy joined the leading modular design-build company in the US as Director of Design and Engineering. During his time there, he oversaw the design of over 1 million square feet of modular buildings for defense contractors and governmental agencies nationwide.
After several years on the west coast, Randy moved his growing family back to Texas to join a leading nursing home and assisted living design-build firm. As Managing Director of Design, Randy was responsible for the design and construction administration of senior living and long term care retirement communities that were built for owners such as Lend Lease, Assisted Living Concepts and Telesis. Projects were located in multiple states including Texas, Arizona, Colorado and Illinois with a cumulative value of over $350 Million. Following the downturn in the market in 1991, Randy joined the Dallas Office of a leading national commercial design-build firm as Senior Project Principal Architect. His projects included buildings for Frito-Lay, Allied Electronics and Pepsico. Randy further increased his project portfolio while Director of Design at Construction Management Technologies, Inc. overseeing the design and construction of facilities for McLane Food Distribution and Sundance Psychiatric Care. The new millennium brought Randy back to Healthcare with the well renowned design-build company Erdman. His work as Project Principal with Erdman included several long term care facilities; this further expanded his portfolio for an eventual return to the assisted living industry through a renewed partnership with Joe Geer in 2015.
As Director of Design and Construction for StoneCreek, he manages the day to day design and construction activities with various consultants and construction firms for the development of StoneCreek’s portfolio of projects. In this role, Randy is part of the development process from start to finish including: analyzing new sites’ designs and costs, overseeing final design and construction, and coordinating start-up and maintenance of each new building.