Randy Rosal, a partner, designer and project architect for the firm, achieved his undergraduate studies at University of Florida College of Architecture and Building Construction, in Gainesville, where he received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture in 1988. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from School of Architecture and Environmental Design at Kent State in 1992. Randy has been a key member of the design team joining the firm of David Humphrey and Associates Architects in 1988, becoming a partner in 1999 to Humphrey Rosal Architects.

Randy has been Project Architect for numerous building types ranging in scale from custom homes and small commercial projects to complex multi-use structures, including banks, retail stores, hotels, restaurants, offices, and clubhouses.

Prior to joining David Humphrey and Associates, Rosal worked with Ultratec Consultants, specializing in the installation of highly sophisticated audiovisual systems for projects such as the RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., The O’Connell Center and Florida Field (“The Swamp”) in Gainesville, Florida.

Randy has been involved in several collegiate and professional projects that have earned recognition from the University of Florida, Kent State University, City of Naples, Naples Chamber of Commerce, the Southeast Builders Conference and more recently the International Council of Shopping Centers, amongst others. He is particularly honored to have been one of Kent State’s nominees to the prestigious S.O.M. Fellowship competition, an honor bestowed only to the top two architecture students of each school.

Randy lives in Naples, with his loving wife and three wonderful children. He is an active Boys Scout Leader, and he serves on the Board of Directors of Saint Matthew's House and Naples Equestrian Challenge.