At Skyline, the culture is based on fun, dedication to creativity and doing the right thing for the community. These are the same qualities Brian Eyerman exercises in his personal life.
"No matter what, everyone who works here is better for it because of education, training and appreciation of community involvement," he says.
His community involvement includes contributing to animal rescue efforts in any way possible.
"When a friend found a mother cat and three kittens, we adopted them at work as studio cats," he says. Among many other rescues include an injured swan, two abandoned pet rats and a pair of baby rabbits.
Eyerman marries his professional talents with his personal interests by donating architectural services for the Denese Miles Animal Adoption Center in Norman. The facility creates a friendly environment for visitors to meet and adopt abandoned cats and dogs. It also is equipped with a full surgical suite for state-of-the-art treatment and veterinary student education.
Eyerman received his architecture degree from University of Oklahoma, and he is a member of Sierra Club, Urban Neighbors and Entrepreneurs Organization.