EYP Architecture & Engineering announced that Regis Mitchom has joined the firm’s Atlanta office as senior project architect. In this role, Mitchom will ensure consistency of design ideas through interacting with the project management team and monitoring the design process from conception to construction administration.

With 30 years of industry experience, Mitchom brings extensive building information modeling (BIM), project and design architecture experience to his new role at EYP. Mitchom is already embodying EYP’s philosophy of Total Impact Design™ through his proactive approach in designing environments that have positive impacts on both people and the planet.

“We are thrilled to have Regis’ extensive industry experience and passionate work ethic join our team in EYP’s Atlanta office,” said EYP Managing Principal, David Deis. “We look forward to leveraging his technical knowledge and innovative ideas in delivering successful projects for our clients.”

Prior to joining EYP, Mitchom was responsible for the implementation and operation of building information modeling for large-scale mixed-use projects for John Portman & Associates’ offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Shanghai, China. Some of Mitchom’s most notable projects include The New Wembley Stadium in London, the Yinchuan Greenland Center in China, and the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

“I’m excited to start this new journey with EYP because of the opportunity to work alongside experienced and passionate colleagues,” said Mitchom. “I look forward to the opportunities and challenges that each project is sure to present, and I hope my role will allow me to apply proven and innovative ideas for creating a better, more sustainable built environment.”

Mitchom received his Master of Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture.