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David Manica led the design of this project as an employee of HOK Sport (now Populous)

Matt Everest

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MATT EVEREST

Matt Everest joined the MANICA team in 2016 and brings with him a high level of technical expertise in the early design phases of sport & entertainment projects.  Specifically, Matt specializes in the highly specialized art of seating bowl design. He has cultivated an in depth understanding of one of the building’s most technically challenging components, while working under the direct guidance of some of the best designers in the field over the past two years. His positive attitude and exceptionally dedicated work ethic, combined with his proficiency of architectural software programs make Matt a great addition to any project team.

Matt has been highly engaged in the design and development of the seating bowl for the Golden State Warriors Arena in San Francisco, in which his role and contributions over the last two years have been an integral part of the project’s success.  He has been substantially involved in the management and coordination of the Building Information Model (BIM) of the 18,000 seat arena. During the course of this project, he has worked alongside clients and consultants, while developing many strategical methods of resolving design coordination matters that align with the client’s vision. In addition to the Golden State Warriors arena, Matt has also played a key position in the early design phases and development of the 65,000 seat seating bowl for the Los Angeles NFL Stadium joint proposal by the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers.

Prior to joining the team as a project designer, Matt received his Master of Architecture and business minor from the University of Kansas, where he excelled in the first ever sports architecture studio of its kind in the area. Throughout the course of this rigorous studio, he worked hand in hand with some of the most highly respected professionals at leading sports architecture firms in the industry to better shape his knowledge in the field.