eric letbetter, aia, leed ap
Stressing that architecture is a team sport, Eric believes everyone has something to offer. His forte is being able to analyze subjective concepts and interpret them into something tangible that represents not only the client’s vision, but incorporates a “wow” factor.
Eric has concentrated on multiple building types, including bus transfer centers, rail stations, military housing, retail anchor stores, golf clubhouses and churches. Leading projects across all phases has provided Eric the opportunity for close interaction with clients, developers, construction managers, contractors and consultants, and his approach allows all team members to feel valued and know that they are contributing.
Eric received a Certificate in Urban Policy, a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (cum laude) and a Master of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has been at NBA since 1993 and serves as an architectural mentor. He is an active member of Leadership Buckhead, Outstanding Young Men of America, and is currently serving on Building Systems Design’s Specification Content and User Experience Advisory Committee. His other Board service roles include past President of Dunwoody Highlands Club and Cambridge Park HOA and Board member of FCA Soccer Gwinnett. Since 2000, Eric has mentored young professionals to advance their development in the field and led numerous intern architects through the Architect Registration Exam preparation program at the firm.