Scott L. Shonk, AIA, LEED AP
Joining the firm in 1995 as a registered architect, Scott became an Associate Partner in 2002 and, a full partner in 2013.
With an extensive education including a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania, his love for architecture and desire to educate others is a major force in his career. Scott is one of the youngest architects to ever be voted president of the A.I.A. Central PA chapter, and he was valedictorian of both high school and his undergraduate class at Penn State University. A registered architect in three states, Scott is experienced with all project types including religious design and the educational sector. He is very knowledgeable of the PDE/Plan Con process for K-12 schools. His design of the Bright Side Baptist Church was recognized with four national design awards in 2008!
Peter D. Kerekgyarto, AIA, LEED AP
Peter developed an interest in the world of architecture at a young age while observing the work of his father at his construction company. This passion led him to the 5 year architecture program at Penn State University. A spirited automotive enthusiast, Peter designed a motor sports resort for his thesis project.
Peter started his tenure at B+H as a Penn State architectural student intern in the summer of 2005. After graduation, he joined the firm full-time in 2007, and is currently an Architect and Principal at the firm.
Peter’s area of expertise include commercial and senior living projects.
When not in the office, Peter enjoys instructing high-performance driving, skiing and spending time with his wife and 2 children.
Robert P. Hoffman, AIA
As a registered architect for over thirty years, Bob is perhaps the only architect in the country who has also served as president and C.E.O. of a hospital and health services foundation.
After a successful thirteen year tenure with Lebanon’s Good Samaritan Hospital managing fifteen hundred employees, Bob joined the firm in 1993. In addition to his first-hand expertise in the field of health care, Bob’s other areas of expertise include education, life care, religious, commercial and residential projects.
His love of architectural design, attention to detail and sincere care for the individual permeates the design of every project. An avid WWII memorabilia collector, Bob also enjoys volunteering in the community and has led and assisted many civic and charitable organizations in the successful pursuit of their goals and mission.