Stanley C. Hernly AIA
Stan is the owner and principal architect of Hernly Associates, Inc. He is a registered architect in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas, Louisiana and Indiana. In 1983, after receiving a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, he moved to Lawrence, Kansas, to attend the University of Kansas where he earned a Master of Architecture degree in 1985. Abandoning plans to return to Indiana, Stan worked two years as an Intern Architect with Vieux Associates in Lawrence and then opened his own firm in 1987. In 2000, after thirteen years of living in and restoring a 1907 four-square house in Lawrence's Oread neighborhood, Stan designed his family’s current residence, which sits on a 3-acre lot south of town. He spends many spring and summer days gardening and especially enjoys starting heirloom tomato seedlings in the "basement greenhouse;” he believes, if you've never eaten a Green Zebra you don't know what you're missing.
Mike Myers, AIA
Mike has been at Hernly Associates, Inc. since 1995; prior to that he worked at the Douglas County Public Works Department. He received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas in 1990 and he is a registered Architect in Kansas and Missouri. Mike is an avid cyclist; his bike is occasionally found in the office when he rides to work from his home near downtown Lawrence. Mike also enjoys drawing, woodworking, gardening, and home improvement in his spare time. He has made many architectural improvements to his circa 1912 home, including two additions.
Steve Bagwell, Assoc. AIA
Steve joined Hernly Associates, Inc. in September of 2006 after graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas. A native Lawrencian, Steve is enjoying working at Hernly Associates, Inc. as he begins his career in the field of architecture. Seeing his diverse projects evolve from sketches, to construction documents, to buildings, he is excited to learn more and more about the profession. Outside of the office, he enjoys being a musician, playing kickball and soccer, and Jayhawk sports.
Katie has been with Hernly since 2001. She has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from KU, and worked for two years at an environmental firm in Lawrence after graduating and before coming to Hernly. Katie is certified as a Lead Hazard Risk Assessor, and Housing Quality Standards, Residential Mold, Asbestos and Radon Inspector. She has been conducting Phase I Environmental Site Assessments since 2000, and has conducted hundreds of Lead, Mold, Asbestos, and Radon Assessments. When not working, she and her husband, Matt, have been experiencing the joys of parenthood. They share their hobbies of reading, cooking, gardening, walking, biking, and playing golf and tennis with Claire and Will.
Michelle has worked at Hernly since 2005. She attended the University of Kansas, and is certified as a Lead Hazard Risk Assessor, Mold, Radon and Asbestos Inspector in both Kansas and Missouri. She has conducted hundreds of Lead, Mold, Asbestos, and Radon inspections at Hernly. Michelle’s dry sense of humor keeps us all laughing around the office. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, home remodeling and spending time with family.
Joni started at Hernly Associates in 2003. She holds a Bach. of Science in Business from Ball State University and is the office manager at Hernly Associates. She was the Co-Convener of the 2006 Kansas State Historic Preservation Conference in Lawrence, KS and the 2008 conference held in Hutchinson, KS, organizing speakers, preparing printed materials, handling logistics of the conference and assisting with vendor payment and final closeout of each grant. In 2014 Hernly Environmental, Inc. was formed as a separate corporation from Hernly Associates. We are proud to be 100% woman owned and operated! Joni enjoys spending time with her family, reading and travel.
Jesus Rubio, Intern
Jesus joined Hernly Associates, Inc. in July of 2014. He is currently studying to receive his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas. Jesus enjoys working and going to school as his career continues. He enjoys translating classroom theories and ideas into actual buildings. In his little amount of free time, Jesus enjoys spending time with his wife Rachel and their family and their pet Chihuahuas, Chito and Pepe.