Grant Koertner, AIA
Principal Architect | President
Grant is a Principal Architect and has been with Condray Design Group since 2002. Grant has directed architectural services on multiple building types including notable healthcare, higher education, religious, commercial, historical restoration and renovation, as well as adaptive reuse in West Texas and New Mexico.
Grant has led the design team on prominent buildings such as Lubbock Spine Institute, Texas Tech University Maddox Engineering Research Center, South Plains Surgery Center, Adventure Park, multiple hospital expansions and renovations for Ochiltree General Hospital, Artesia General Hospital, the New Orthodontic and Dental Clinics for St. Clair & Massey Orthodontics and Parkview Pediatric Dentistry, and Texas Tech University Historical Dairy Barn Rehabilitation.
Grant graduated from Texas Tech University with his bachelor’s and master’s degrees of Architecture. He holds a National Architectural Registration Certificate and is registered in Texas and New Mexico. Grant served as a Staff Sergeant in the New Mexico Air National Guard and is an Eagle Scout.
National Council of Architectural Registration Board
American Institute of Architects
New Mexico Air National Guard
Boy Scouts of America
Stacey Mincey, AIA
Principal Architect | Vice President
Stacey has been a Project Manager and Project Architect for CDG since 2012 and has over 25 years of experience in healthcare design. Stacey became a Principal and Vice President of the firm in 2018. She has designed and managed notable projects including University Medical Center’s East Tower, University Medical Center’s Pediatric Emergency Center, the Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute of Lubbock as well as multiple expansions and renovations for several hospitals throughout West Texas.
Stacey has held several leadership roles in the American Institute of Architects’ Lubbock Chapter, Texas Society of Architects, and the Texas Tech College of Architecture Advisory Council. Stacey continues to be active in these organizations and works with Texas Tech College of Architecture to help guide and develop students working towards their architecture degrees. Stacey holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Design Specialization from Texas Tech University.
American Institute of Architects, Member and Past President
American Institute of Architects Lubbock Chapter, Board of Directors
Texas Society of Architects, Member
Texas Society of Architects, State Director for AIA Lubbock
Texas Tech College of Architecture Advisory Council Member
Tyler Voller, AIA
Abilene native and a graduate of Texas Tech University’s College of Architecture, Tyler Voller is a Project Architect and Lead Designer for CDG. Tyler directs and creates innovative designs for public, private, and institutional projects throughout Lubbock and its surrounding community.
As lead designer, Tyler has been the creative force behind notable projects, including the UMC Physicians Family and Children’s Clinic, the J.T. & Margaret Talkington’s YWCA Sun ‘N Fun Aquatic Center, the New Orthodontic and Dental Clinics for St. Clair & Massey Orthodontics and Parkview Pediatric Dentistry, as well as the New Sorority Lodge for Kappa Kappa Gamma. He enjoys incorporating a more avantgarde touch to our portfolio by merging adventurous new materials with a modernistic approach to human experience throughout a space.
American Institute of Architects, Member
Construction Project Manager
Jeremy joined Condray Design Group in 2022 and brings over 20 years of construction management experience. Starting out in the field of carpentry and with an extensive background specializing in construction supervision, Jeremy is an asset to Condray Design Group during the construction phase of each project.
In addition, he has built lasting relationships with clients through mutual respect and constant communication. Jeremy enjoys the challenge of seeing projects brought to fruition, and maintains a keen knowledge of construction technology.
Texas Residential Construction Commission, Former Member
Texas Home Builder’s Association, Former Member
Rosa Salazar, RID, IIDA, ASID
Director of Interior Design
Rosa is the Director of Interior Design for Condray Design Group and has been with the firm since 2012 and has over 16 years of field experience. She leads the interior design department and has delivered multiple cutting-edge, award-winning designs for healthcare, commercial, religious, and higher education projects.
Rosa has worked on significant projects including Texas Tech University Maddox Engineering Research Center, Texas Tech University Chitwood Weymouth Dormitory’s Learning Center, Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute of Lubbock, University Medical Center’s 2nd Floor Pediatric & PICU Renovation, and the New Sorority Lodge for Kappa Kappa Gamma, as well as numerous dental clinics, surgery centers, and university level designs.
Rosa holds her bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Texas Tech University and has held numerous leadership roles in local, state, and national organizations. She currently holds the Vice-Chair position with the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners as their Registered Interior Design Board Member.
Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, RID Board Member
Texas Association for Interior Design, Member & Past President
American Society of Interior Designers, Member & Past Texas Chapter Board Member
International Interior Design Association, Past City Center Director
City of Lubbock Permits & Licensing Appeals Board, Past President
Laura Lee, RID, IIDA
Senior Interior Designer
Laura is the Senior Interior Designer for Condray Design Group and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design at Interior Designers Institute as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Advertising from California State University, Fullerton.
Laura’s collaborative technique and strong communication skills cultivated over the past 16+ years have led her work history to include notable projects such as Covenant Medical Group Northwest Clinic and Joe Arrington Cancer Center. Laura has a true passion for healthcare interior design and she thrives on architecturally significant design, distinctive furnishings, and the use of extraordinary materials.
When she is not pouring over floor plans and finish schedules, Laura enjoys family time, travelling, and training as a jazz singer.
National Council for Interior Design Qualification, Member
International Interior Design Association, Member
Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, Member
Architectural Intern | CADD Tech
Espie joined Condray Design Group in 2013 and has over 17 years of experience in architectural planning and technical drawing for community, healthcare, and commercial projects. Espie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the Far Eastern University in Manila, Philippines.
Espie enjoys being challenged and involved in the detail-oriented aspects of CDG’s projects. Delineating meticulous features such as the rotunda with its clerestory windows located in the lobby at Dr. Minns Surgical Center, incorporating the delicate French contemporary components for Kappa Kappa Gamma’s New Sorority Lodge, and outlining the smooth transition flow for Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute’s patients of Lubbock are where you can find a few examples of her talent.
United Architects of the Philippines
Lubbock Camera Club
Architectural Intern | BIM Coordinator
Daniel is an Architectural Intern who has been with CDG since 2015. Daniel holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Architecture, as well as a master’s degree of Business Administration from Texas Tech University.
Daniel leads the firm as the BIM Coordinator, managing all Revit projects for Condray Design Group. He also develops projects from beginning to end as well as organizes spatial planning and provides renderings for many of CDG’s higher education, healthcare, and commercial design projects.
Some of Daniel’s notable renderings include Texas Tech University Maddox Engineering Research Center, Texas Tech University Dairy Barn Rehabilitation, and Artesia General Hospital’s Professional Building #3.
Director of Marketing | Project Assistant
Emily is the Director of Marketing and Project Assistant for Condray Design Group and has been with the firm since 2015. She holds a master’s degree of Architecture from Texas Tech University and has a strong graphic design and writing background.
Emily assists with managing projects, prepares contracts, coordinates construction administration documents, and directs the marketing department for the firm. Some of the projects she has worked on include formal presentations for Texas Tech University’s Historical Dairy Barn Rehabilitation and the Ranch Life Learning Center at National Ranching Heritage Museum.
Emily navigates the graphic design standards for Condray Design Group by organizing and directing website design, creating promotional items, branding materials and presentations.
Former Foster Parent for Buckner Children’s Home
Interior Design Assistant
Victoria holds her bachelor’s degree in Interior Design with a minor in Architecture from Texas Tech University. She started working at Condray Design Group in 2019 and plays an active role in design development of the interior selections for projects at the firm.
Her savvy design skills are showcased in numerous projects throughout the West Texas area including the interior building finish standards for UMC, the new Emergency Center in the Pediatric wing of UMC, Texas Tech University Historical Dairy Barn Rehabilitation, and UMCP’s New Family & Children’s Clinic.
Victoria is also an artist, plays the guitar, and enjoys time with her dog, Steve.
International Interior Design Association, Associate Member
Interior Design Intern