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Suddreth to retire after 23 years; reception Sept. 14

Doug Suddreth, senior project manager and architect is retiring after working for the university since 1999. During his time at Boise State, Suddreth has been a part of many of the largest and most high-profile projects on campus, including the recently completed Center for the Visual Arts and the Micron Center for Materials Research.

“My 23 years at Boise State University have been the high point of my professional life,” Suddreth said. “I will be forever grateful to have been chosen to lead all of the remarkable projects that I have been given over the years, each one, in its own way, innovative and cutting edge examples of university architecture, but all of them, in total, have represented a remarkable opportunity for me to help build a university.”

Suddreth’s colleagues in Architectural and Engineering Services said his commitment to the university and wealth of knowledge will be missed greatly.

To honor Suddreth and his contributions to the university, staff are invited to join their colleagues at an open house reception from 2–4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14 in the northeast lobby of the Micron Center Materials Research building located at 1435 W. University Dr.

A full list of projects where Suddreth was the senior project manager appears below:

  • Appleton Tennis Center, 2002
  • Brady Garage, Phase II, 2003
  • University Square Apartments, 2005
  • Keiser and Taylor Halls, 2005
  • Interactive Learning Center, 2007
  • Student Union Expansion, 2010
  • Environmental Research Building, 2012
  • Alumni and Friends Center, 2016
  • Center for the Visual Arts, 2021
  • Micron Center for Materials Research, 2022