Dustin Rousseau

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Dustin Rousseau, Assoc. AIA

Intern Architect

Dustin received his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies in 2009 and a Master of Architecture in 2011 from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.  While studying at UL Lafayette, Dustin received numerous Design Excellence Awards, along with the Russell Dupuis Award for his ability to constantly push boundaries and think outside the box, without fear of failure.  Also while attending UL Lafayette, he interned for the Community Design Workshop through the University, which gives students the opportunity to work on real-life urban design projects in coastal Louisiana towns.  During his time with the CDW, he worked on a masterplan for the City of Delcambre, which studied the effects of living in and around water and how to deal with the effects of flooding along the Louisiana coast.  After graduating from UL Lafayette in 2011, he moved to and began working in Houston, Texas where he gained experience working mostly on masterplanning in an urban context.  After Houston, he moved home to Louisiana and obtained more experience in Lafayette and Baton Rouge, where he worked on small-scale commercial and large-scale multi-family projects.  He brings his wide range of experience to DNA and plans on pursuing his professional licensure in the very near future.