Biographies

Pam Spencer-Hockett

Pam Spencer-Hockett

Architect, LEED AP

2008 to Present Spencer Hockett Architecture
1978 to 2008 Employed by various firms in Jackson during this 30 year period: Gilday Architects (formerly Tobler Duncker Architects), Dubbe-Moulder Architects and Plan One Architects.
1978 Associates Degree, Architectural Technology, Utah Technical College
1992 Awarded Wyoming Architecture License #B-0167

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During the early part of her design career, Pam made a personal commitment to approach each project with an acute attention to detail.  She is a skilled problem solver with a common sense approach to space planning and design, and has extensive experience with a variety of projects, from affordable housing to hospitals.  She possesses a thorough knowledge of current building codes and maintains a strong background in sustainable building technologies and technical detailing.

A primary focus of her practice is to help homeowners in her community realize their dream home, whether it be simple energy upgrades, renovating a 100 year old structure, or a new custom home tailored to their needs and budget.

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Pam enjoys making pottery and spending time at her solar powered log cabin on South Pass.   She is active in the Lander Art Center, Potters of the Wind Rivers (POWR), and the Atlantic City Historical Society.  She also volunteers for Habitat for Humanity – Wind River Country.

Steve Hockett

Steve Hockett

ICC Certified Building Inspector

2008 to Present Spencer Hockett Architecture
1990 to 2008 Chief Building Official/Plans Examiner for the Town of Jackson, Wyoming
1975 to 1990 Employed in the Construction Industry
1969 to 1971 Served in the United States Army

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Steve has fifteen years of experience in construction, and twenty years of experience in building code administration, management, building plan review, training, building evaluations, and building inspections.  He was instrumental in establishing the contractor licensing and continuing education requirements for the Town of Jackson, and his thorough knowledge of the International Codes is an asset in rural areas lacking oversight by code officials.  He provides code consulting services to a number of architectural firms in Wyoming.

Steve‚Äôs expertise and knowledge of current building codes, building systems, moisture control, and energy efficiency are critical to design and construction.  Years of observations as an inspector give him extensive insight into the challenges of cold climate building in which he applies his skills to design effective moisture management systems.

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Steve enjoys golf, fishing and is an avid hunter.
To realize his lifelong dream of having a log cabin, he and his wife Pam built their solar powered cabin on South Pass, using native logs and reclaimed materials to a great extent.

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He is a lifetime member of the Wyoming Conference of Building Officials (WCBO), and served many years on the WCBO Board of Directors.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Lander Golf Club.

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