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RIM Architects Announces McVeigh as CEO/President

Aug 17, 2020 | Architecture, Featured, Right Moves

RIM Architects (RIM) announced David L. McVeigh as CEO/President, succeeding Larry S. Cash, who plans to continue as Founder and Chair of the Board. “Dave is a proven leader who has demonstrated his business skills, architectural knowledge, and keen ability to bring people together for more than 34 years. His vision is exactly what RIM needs as the company enters its next chapter of invigoration, innovation, and growth.”

Since joining the company in 1986, McVeigh has spearheaded initiatives across the company’s portfolio, working with each of RIM’s five offices to maximize the potential of each regional site and strengthen the offerings of the entire firm. He has introduced and led the firm into foreign markets spanning from Australia, Russia, and throughout Asia. Having resided in Alaska, Guam, and Hawaii, McVeigh recognizes regional and business diversification. He is keenly aware of the impact local culture brings to the design process.

“I am humbled to lead RIM in this new decade,” says McVeigh. “Larry has been my inspiration, my guide, and my lifetime mentor. I will do all I can to continue the great work Larry has inspired. Although Larry is not retiring, he will take a modified role, advising and counseling the firm while maintaining a schedule that allows more time with his family.”

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