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“Working with a client to find and define the subtleties that make a structure highly emotional for them is the epitome of our craft.”



  • Louisiana State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1990



  • Investar Bank Harding Boulevard, Baton Rouge LA

  • Resource Bank, New Branch, Baton Rouge LA

  • 6700 Jefferson Office Park, Baton Rouge LA

  • Marucci Headquarters, 16,000 sq ft, Baton Rouge LA

  • Breazeale Sasche Wilson Law Firm 12,000 sq ft, Baton Rouge LA

  • Advocate Headquarter, 40,000 sq ft, Baton Rouge LA

  • Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors, Baton Rouge LA



  • Admitted to AIA College of Fellows in 2015

  • Member, MidCity Redevelopment Alliance Board of Directors, Chairman in 2011 and 2012

  • Regional Director on AIA National Board 2008-2010

  • Baton Rouge Business Report’s “Influential Women in Business” award in 2006

  • AIA Louisiana President in 2005

  • Baton Rouge Business Report’s “Top Forty under 40” award in 2004

  • AIA Baton Rouge President in 2001

  • Member of Baton Rouge Growth Coalition since 2000, serving as Board President in 2011

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Trula moved from rural Bogalusa, Louisiana to Baton Rouge in 1986 to attend LSU School of Architecture, graduating in 1990. Trula (Haley) then joined forces with Chris in 1995 to form Remson-Haley Architects, and for several years, continued to pursue primarily residential design. Today, the level of empathy she developed in residential design gives Trula a special ability to assist clients to visualize – and then to actualize – projects that routinely exceed their expectations.

On a daily basis, Trula’s insight in early programming and planning phases means that RHH projects company-wide, and particularly in the financial sector, and office/mixed-use arenas, start life with the tight budgeting and scheduling that ultimately leads to success. And because Trula is heavily involved in the early stages of RHH projects, her role is ultimately that of advocate for the client or Owner, ensuring that any desires and concerns voiced early in the planning phases are realized in the construction documents and adhered to during construction.

Trula has volunteered time to the American Institute of Architects at every level including a term as AIA Baton Rouge President in 2001, AIA Louisiana President in 2005, and sitting on the National Board of the AIA from 2008 -2010. She is also active in community organizations including the Mid-City Redevelopment Board of Directors, the Baton Rouge Growth Coalition and the LSU School of Architecture Advisory Board.

When she’s not working, Trula enjoys traveling to new destinations to experience architecture and urban planning, boating with Chris, watching LSU football, working on community projects for Mike the Tiger, and listening to the music of her hero, Elvis.



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