Since joining the Omni family in 2006, Jody Boelhauf has been an invaluable team member. His broad range of experience includes all phases of design for primary, secondary, and higher education facilities, as well as civic and healthcare buildings.
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Jody’s reliability and expertise is well beyond his years. While studying to receive his Master’s Degree at Tulane University’s School of Architecture, he was the sole member of the production staff for a two-person firm. While in school, Jody also taught and supervised fellow students in the School of Architecture woodworking shop. His work in multiple firms in Louisiana and Kentucky has given Jody a diverse knowledge base, making him the go-to person among coworkers seeking guidance, especially regarding construction administration.
Jody, an Associate in the firm, serves as the Internship Development Program coordinator for Omni through his affiliation with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He led the firm-wide push to get Omni’s staff accrdited and is himself a LEED® accredited professional. Most recently, Jody has served as Project Architect and now oversees construction administration for Phase One of the $107 Million Eastern Kentucky University Science Building. Jody’s good deeds continue through repeated Habitat for Humanity volunteer work.