Our Design Team

Meet the Tundra design team who will help you with your commercial kitchen goals.


Robert McLaren

Robert McLaren

Designer

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With over 30 years of experience providing foodservice design and equipment sales to clients throughout the Denver metro area as well as the United States, Bob joined Tundra in 2012 when his company, Superior Commercial Kitchens (1997) was acquired. Bob is a Certified Food Service Professional (CFSP), as recognized by the National Association of Food Service Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM). He has experience with both new construction and remodel projects in various segments of the industry including long-term health care, hospitality, educational facilities, and new restaurant concepts. He is a dedicated design consultant, working with customers during conceptual design and following projects through to opening day. When not in the office or on a jobsite, you can find Bob skiing the beautiful slopes of northern Colorado or deep sea fishing in the Pacific.


Kellie Norman

Kellie Norman

Project Manager-- Design & Bids Supervisor

Kellie has over 10 years of experience in Project Management, with an early emphasis on Custom Residential homebuilding. She joined Tundra in 2011 as a Purchasing Assistant and, applying her diverse skill set in construction management & administration, worked her way up to Project Manager in 2014. Kellie has worked closely with Bob McLaren since joining Tundra Design Group and has been instrumental in developing the current suite of design services. She believes that both attention to detail and communication are two key ingredients to great design and a successful project build out. When Kellie's not at Tundra working her project management magic, you can find her hiking or running the mountain trails in the Boulder foothills, or brewing up a tasty batch of homebrew.


Shannon Ricketts

Shannon Ricketts

Project Coordinator and CAD Drafter

Shannon joined Tundra Design Group in 2015 after gaining experience designing residential and commercial custom millwork in the DC area. Seeing projects through from conceptual design to installation in a design-build environment allowed Shannon to realize the benefits of melding CAD Drafting with Project Coordination. Shannon earned her B.A. Architecture degree from the University of New Mexico in 2013 with design efforts in large and small-scale commercial developments. When not in the office making sure you have a great experience working with Tundra Design Group, you can find Shannon running, playing soccer, or under the waves as a certified S.C.U.B.A. Diver.