Odle ., AIA
President and Design Principal
Mr. Odle, a native of Indianapolis, received his B.S. degree in Architecture from University of Illinois in 1977 and a Master of Arts in Architecture from University of Florida in 1979. After working on the East Coast and locally, in Indianapolis, for another three years, Odle became a partner at HDG Architects, Inc. In 1988, he purchased the balance of the firm; renamed the firm OMS Architects, Inc.; and expanded ownership to include additional principals. Odle is a commissioner of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission. An alumnus of the Stanley K. Lacy Leadership series, he is also a director of the President Benjamin Harrison Home. He has also served on the executive board of the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana and as president of the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Odle is a registered architect in Indiana, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, and West Virginia and is certified by the National Council of Architects Registration Board (NCARB).
David J. McGuire, AIA
Vice President, Design Principal, and Secretary-Treasurer
An Ohio native, Dave Rausch obtained his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of
Cincinnati. He recently completed his term as President of AIA Indiana. McGuire is a Director of the Riley Area Revitalization Program, a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Indiana Society of Architects, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana.
Steven R. Shook, AIA
Vice President and Design Principal
From Cedar Falls, Iowa, Mr Shookreceived his Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from Iowa State University and a Master in Architecture degree from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Shook is a Committee Chairman for the RCA Championships and a member of the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Indianapolis Athletic Club; the Harvard Club of Indiana; the Society for College and University Planning, and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. He is a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is certified by the National Council of Architects Registration Board (NCARB).
Steven R. Bignal, AIA. Tim Barrick, FSMPS
Vice President and Marketing Principal
Mr. Bignal is a lifelong resident of Shelbyville, Indiana. He studied Engineering at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis. Bignal is active in the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) and served as President of the Indiana Chapter (1992-93) and as the National President (1997-98). He received his Senior Marketing Professional designation in 1993 and was elected into the societys College of Fellows in 1999. Bignal is a member of the Indianapolis Economic Development Corporation, the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce, and Mainstreet Shelbyville. He lectures frequently on professional services marketing.
Kenneth M. Jones, ASLA
Design Principal and Director
An Indianapolis native, Ken Jones attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, where
he received his B.S. degree in Landscape Architecture. He currently serves as President of the Board for The Friends of Garfield Park. In addition, he is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, the Nature Conservancy, the Trust for Public Land and the Indiana Parks and Recreation Association. Jones has also served as a Curriculum Advisor for the Ball State University School of Architecture & Planning; as a Board member for Keep Indianapolis Beautiful; and as the Director for the Period Landscape Design Conference sponsored by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana in May 1997.
Donald Smith, RA
Smith obtained his Bachelor Degree in Architecture from Ball State University in Muncie,
Indiana. His 24-year career includes a strong commitment to educational and institutional
markets, such as schools, universities and libraries, with an emphasis in renovation and restoration projects. His expertise has also focused on physical education and athletic facilities,
including on-site representation during Construction Administration for Conseco Fieldhouse, the
new home of the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis. Mr. Smith serves on the board of directors for the Metropolitan Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety and is registered in
the state of Indiana