As President, Mr. Fehl is responsible for establishing the design direction of the company. Mr. Fehl  will organize, on each project, the interdisciplinary coordination required to maintain production schedules and quality design, within the project cost limitations. As Majority Partner, he has primary responsibility for the management of the day to day business affairs of the firm.

Mr. Fehl has been associated with Nova Group, Inc. since 1985. Prior to becoming President and Majority partner Mr. Fehl served as Vice President of Design and Production for over 20 years.  Mr. Fehl has served as project architect on private institutional and commercial sector projects involving both new construction and rehabilitation.  These projects have entailed office-warehouse complexes, mercantile buildings, retail developments, supermarkets, medical office buildings and auxiliary hospital support facilities and higher education facilities.

Prior to joining Nova Group, Inc., Mr. Fehl attended the University of Texas at Arlington and received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree.  Relevant work experience during his formal education included summer employment at the United States Army Corps of Engineers - St. Louis District, and with a St. Louis based architectural/engineering firm.  His responsibilities at both companies included field surveying, site layout and general drafting.

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The University of Texas at Arlington B.S. Architecture, 1985
Registered Professional Architect Missouri and Wisconsin
BURSI (Better Understanding Roof
Systems Institute) Seminar
March 1998
BURSI (Better Understanding Roof
Systems Institute) Seminar
October 2011
Masonry Institute of St. Louis Various Seminars on diverse masonry topics over the last 20 years.  
Masonry Institute of St. Louis - Focus Group
1993 BOCA Code Seminar January 1994
1996 BOCA Code Seminar January 1997
2000 International Code Seminar April 2002
2006/2009 International Code Seminar
November 2009
2012 International Codes & Standards Workshop
April 2013