Stroh received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Nebraska in 1975. He founded Stroh Architecture in Prescott in 1992. He is well known for his commercial and Public Sector design achievements which include historic preservation / adaptive re-use and numerous Native American projects. Stroh has been recognized with twelve local and State design awards including four Governor's Heritage Preservation Awards. Doug is currently a member of the Habitat for Humanity Design Committee and previously the Chairman of the City of Prescott Preservation Commission.
William Waldrom has been practicing architecture in the state of Arizona since 1983. His work has concentrated on Public Sector, Industrial, Health Care, Retail and Commercial Office. Mr. Waldrom believes that good architecture is a very important part of the built environment and he works to create cost effective design in even the smallest projects.