Steve Tatge is an architect and the Executive Director of the Major Projects Group in Capital Planning and Development at the University of Washington. He leads a group of 13 whose portfolio exceeds a billion dollars and includes the Animal Research and Care Facility, UW Medical Center Expansion Phase 2, Computer Science & Engineering Phase 2, Life Sciences Building, North Campus Housing Phase 4A and 4B, and the new Burke Museum. He is leading the $230M Population Health Facility project, now in design and being delivered through an innovative Integrated Design-Build agreement.
Prior to joining the University in 2004, Steve directed the quality control program for Walsh Construction’s Seattle office and managed capital projects for a Seattle biotechnology firm. He was the Senior Associate for the Miller/Hull Partnership and managed several AIA award-winning projects during his 11 years there. Steve attended the UW Masters of Architecture program and has a B.A. in Psychology from Knox College. He has spoken at conferences organized by Tradeline, I2SL, SCUP, LCI, COAA, CMAA, AGC of Washington, DBIA Northwest, and AIA Seattle, and he is President of the Western Washington Chapter of the Design-Build Institute of America Northwest Region.