Jeffrey G. Jewesson AIA
Senior Associate / Senior Project Architect
"Jeff Jewesson is an architect with extensive experience on highly sophisticated healthcare projects. He has been involved with some of the firm’s largest and highest profile healthcare projects as well as significant projects for high-tech and educational clients.
Jeff’s personality is ideally suited for complex projects, which require discipline and stamina to ensure consistent focus from start to finish. As a marathon runner, he also knows the importance of setting milestones to accomplish a monumental goal.
Additionally, he credits the camaraderie of Page’s culture as integral to every project undertaken by the firm. He puts it, “As someone once said, ‘No one can whistle a symphony; it takes a whole orchestra to play it.’” "
Jeff goes on to explain, “Collaboration greatly impacts my work. It takes effort from a great number of people with a wide variety of talents to complete projects like these.” As a University of Texas athletics fan who also plays soccer with his children, he truly understands importance of teamwork to win, on and off the field.
Recently, Jeff served as both the project architect and project manager on the $100 million Carl Albert Indian Health Facility for the Chickasaw Nation in Ada, Oklahoma. He also was project architect for the $81 million Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Austin, Texas. The VA Clinic is one of his favorite projects to date because of the positive affect it’s had for area veterans.
Also close to home, Jeff participated in the Lakeway Regional Medical Center project in Lakeway, Texas, near Austin. The region has experienced a significant population growth in recent years as well as in the need for healthcare services.
Jeff received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and is registered to practice architecture in Texas. He is also a member of the American Institute of Architects.