Welcome Robert Fish and Aaron Rumple

devdavi on May 16, 2017

Help us welcome our two newest employees, Aaron Rumple and Robert Fish. Aaron joins the team as Director of Design and Robert joins as Project Manager and Senior Project Architect.

Aaron Rumple brings 31 years of experience to Yaeger. His passion is partnering in the creation of beautiful building that reflect the aspirations and needs of clients and the public. He has a diverse project portfolio, which includes hospitality, medical, and civic projects, located throughout both the U.S. and Canada. His years of design/build experience ensure his designs are respectful of both building arts and practical constraints. Aaron has won awards for implementation of BIM and continues to explore Virtual Design and Construction techniques.  In addition to his architectural practice, he led the St. Louis Community College Architectural Technology program. His mentorship continues today with his involvement in the AIA’s Education and Outreach program.

Aaron’s design is firmly rooted in the art of building.

Welcome Rob and Aaron
Robert Fish (left) and Aaron Rumple (right)

Robert Fish has 30 years of experience as Architect & Project Manager developing award-winning, sustainable projects. He is experienced in taking projects through the design and construction process from conducting programming and concept design charrettes to production of design development and construction documents, to construction administration. He comes from Burns and McDonnell where he spent 21 years focused on a variety of commercial and military projects.

Outside of the office, Rob serves on the Committee of the Heart of America Patriot Foundation and has acted as the organization’s event photographer since 2012. The organization hosts an annual 9/11 Golf Benefit that raises funds to support local veteran’s charities, including Patriot Features, Heartland Honor Flight, University of Kansas Military Graduate Program and University of Missouri Veterans Center.

Rob has a special interest in WWII airplanes, stemming from his father who served in the Army Air Corps in WWII and from his uncle, a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who was a WWII fighter pilot.

This Iowa State grad, who is a Cyclone’s basketball fan, has a son that graduated from Iowa State and is an Electrical Engineer in the area, and a daughter that will start at Iowa State in the fall.

Rob has an appreciation for soccer from when his son was a Varsity goal keeper at Olathe South, and now enjoys season tickets with Sporting KC.