Ernest Joyner is a Principal with Perkins+Will, an internationally recognized architectural firm that collaborates with clients all over the world to create healthy, sustainable places in which to live, learn, work, play, and heal. Ernest brings a wide range of experience in many types of sports and athletic facilities ranging from arenas and stadiums to sports performance facilities and entertainment districts.
Ernest's portfolio includes more than $600 million of built projects including many professional sports organizations and facilities serving a large number of NCAA Division I Conference championship teams. He has been the Principal-in-Charge for many high profile project designs including the Colorado Pepsi Center Renovations, the University of Michigan Stephen M Ross Athletics Campus Athletics South Competition and Performance Project and the new High Point University Nido and Mariana Qubein Arena. Ernest is a LEED Accredited Professional and has completed several LEED projects including the Gold Rated Crisler Arena.