I am a versatile senior architect. For the past 9 years I have had my own practice serving clients in New England. My prior experience includes serving as Director of Academic Services at ADD Inc, Cambridge, MA for two years and as a Principal at Sasaki Associates, Watertown, MA for fifteen years. At Sasaki, I served as principal in charge of projects with key responsibility for both design and project management. I also served for 5 years as leader of the architectural discipline in this large, multi-disciplinary design firm.
After Sasaki I worked briefly as The Cambridge, MA branch office manager for the S/L/A/M Collaborative of Glastonbury, CT.
Throughout my career I have been involved in all phases of project delivery. However, I believe that, as I have evolved as an architect, my strength now is in project direction with a focus on management.
Larry Young, Architect PLLC, Portsmouth, NH, US, Principal and Owner
My practice is involved mostly in commercial and residential work. Examples include Capital Commons, an eight-story, 108ksf office building and an attached 510 space parking structure in Concord, NH; office buildings for Bottomline Technologies and Aprisma at Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth, NH; Two medical office buildings near Portsmouth Hospital and a five story mixed office and retail building in downtown Portsmouth.
I also did schematic design for a 133 room Hilton Garden Inn in Portsmouth, NH that was then taken through production by a firm from Memphis, TN that does many HGI projects.
Other projects have included parking garage design at Bangor International Airport, Bangor, ME; multi-family housing in Portsmouth, NH;a 3-story carriage house and residential project in North Hampton, NH, a residential project in St Croix, USVI and multiple interior office space fit-ups.
My prior experience includes serving as Director Of Academic Services at ADD Inc, Cambridge, MA , as branch office manager for the S/L/A M Collaborative, Cambridge, MA and a as a principal at Sasaki Associates, Watertown, MA.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture
Majored in architecture in a five-tear program. Senior thesis on urban design. Was president of Student AIA and received AIA Medal senior year.
New England Regional Council, AIA Award for Excellence, 1st Place
For Edith Stein Classroom and faculty office building, College of Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
AISC/AIA I.D.E.A.S. National Award for Innovative Design and Excellence in Architecture, 1st Place
Category was for buildings of structural steel with a cost of under $5m.