For more than twenty years MOD: has been conscientiously building an intentional, responsible, and creative team of problem solvers. Our method trusts the process of collaboration – from conceptual design to the ribbon cutting. We bring enthusiasm, fresh concepts and integrity to the projects we create and the clients we serve.
Get To Know the Team
Heather Donahue, AIA
Principal Architect, Partner
Heather’s love for design began building at an early age stacking Legos and perusing house plan magazines. Her interest in architecture led to a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas Tech University. Having lived and practiced in Oregon, Colorado, and Uganda with her architect husband, she is a licensed architect in Colorado as well as Texas.
With both residential and commercial design experience, Heather is committed to sustainable design with a special interest in historic sensitivity. After many years as a stay-at-home mom and contract designer/drafter, she returned to full-time employment joining MOD: in 2018 where she quickly became an integral part of the team. Heather currently lives in a three-generation household with her husband, son and mother in Round Rock, Texas where Legos can still be found in abundance.
Design Director, Partner
Cal has worked on many exciting architectural projects. After graduation, he began his career at a small design studio in Austin before moving to New York City and working as a member of the competition team at the internationally distinguished firm of Rafael Vinoly Architects.
With over 15 years of experience, Cal has had the opportunity to be part of many notable projects, including the master plan of the NYU Abu Dhabi Campus, Nakheel Tower, Kennedy Center, St. Thomas Performing Arts Center, and the Memorial City Treehouse Project. He has served as a project manager, project designer, and now the Senior Designer at MOD:.
John Moman, AIA
Founding Principal, Retired
Born and raised in the Lone Star State, John received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas Tech University. He moved to Round Rock with his family and quickly embedded himself in the community as a member of the Round Rock’s Chamber of Commerce, the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Envision Central Texas Board, and more. His philanthropic work centers around education and community issues, illustrated in donated design services for Habitat of Humanity and the Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center.
John founded MOD: in 2000 and has more than 40 years of professional experience in architectural projects across Texas. Urban planning, feasibility studies, and renovations are a few of his specialties. John likes to play golf and practices woodworking in his spare time.