Rudy Rocha brings discipline and knowledge from his time in the United States Navy and discerning project selection skills to Building Four Fabrication.
Rudy has a degree in Art History from Texas A&M University. Ever learning, Rudy completed coursework at the International Preservation and Studies Center to gain increased acuity in artifact mounting.
As a Principal, Director of Projects, and our master technician, Rudy brings craftsmanship to his roles in administration, procurement, and overall project management.
Frank Yoculan is a Columbus College-educated illustrator, artist, and sculptor. As a nationally recognized scenic artist and engineer, Frank is well known for his projects in the hospitality industry with an emphasis on theming environments.
As a Principal, Art Director, and head creative force, Frank brings craftsmanship to his roles in scenic, furniture, and exhibit conceptualization, employee mentorship, project planning, and overall artistry.
Jeremy Underwood manages BLDG4’s various exhibit accounts and relationships and holds a Master’s in Museum Studies from the University of Florida. He has worked in curatorial, collections management, and project management capacities in museums across the southeast for over ten years.
Elizabeth serves as a project manager for Building Four Fabrication, LLC. In this role, she is the primary point of contact for clients as to ensure smooth transitions between project phases. Elizabeth also coordinates logistics, ordering, shipping, packing, and installation for each project she is assigned.
A native of Florida, Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and a Masters of Library and Information Sciences from Florida State University. She has over 8 years of project management experience in Museums. Elizabeth began her career at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta where she managed over 80 exhibit projects including the complicated shipping logistics from world renowned institutions, and installation schedules that included nationally recognized artists. Most recently, Elizabeth was Project Director for the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service where she managed the planning, design, and execution of exhibitions.
Stephanie Polson’s Graphic Design degree and early positions in sign production, freelance design, and corporate printing led to her understanding of cohesive and sustainable project production.
Taking her knowledge of color and composition, Stephanie helped establish Building Four Fabrication’s in-house graphics and signage production department. As Graphics Manager and chief deviser, Stephanie reflects craftsmanship in her contributions designing and producing multi-material graphics and signage for local, regional, national, and international clients.