I have been a principal designer, construction administration troubleshooter, facilities manager, owner's rep, principal of my own niche practice, senior mentor, office administrator, and all-around good guy to have in the office. For the last twenty years I've focused on best practices, vetting other practices' work, while also - as time and opportunity presents itself - undertaking my own work.
CB Wayne Architect, New York, NY, US, Principal
Building technology with an emphasis on energy modeling, sensitive historic preservation, theoretical research and writing. Published the series of essays "The Shape of Things That Work: The Fourth Architecture" - which is available via Amazon.com; and will serve as the outline for an upcoming eponymously-titled television series on the Discovery channel.
More details forthcoming at www.cbwayne.com
COOKFOX Architects, New York, NY, US, Senior technical architect
Senior technical advisor to 50 person firm, mentoring junior staff in best practices, advising on building code issues, and ensuring coordination between disciplines, with the occasional design crit.
Norwalk Community Technical College, Norwalk, CT, US, Professor - Structures
Teaching Structures to professional track students in a community technical college. Most gratifying was having my students achieve placement in full-term B.Arch programs after graduation.
Construction & Design Analytics, Norwalk, CT, US, Principal
Independent practice as construction consultant, with a focus on construction administration troubleshooting.
Perkins Eastman, New York Mills, NY, US, Senior construction administrator and quality assurance program leader
Developed QA/QC processes for 100+ person health care studio in one of the largest firms in NYC. Concurrent with these duties, senior project manager for healthcare projects and construction administration activities.
IVI International, White Plains, NY, US, Vice President - Project Management Oversight
Vetting of projects to "box risk" on behalf of construction lenders for real estate development projects ranging from $12MM to $2BN, including review and commentary on budgets, schedules, contract document sufficiency, Owner/consultant agreements, time schedules; with subsequent monthly monitoring of construction of adherence to approved documents and standard industry practices.
Newman Architects, New Haven, CT, US, Senior construction manager and construction administrator
QA/QC staff, with senior project management duties, primarily for post-secondary educational/institutional work.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Architecture
Concentration on real estate development, construction management and acoustical engineering.
The Cooper Union, New York, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
Awarded the Abraham E Kazan Fund Prize for Urban Design Studies
Abraham E Kazan Fund Prize for Urban Design Studies - Cooper Union, Scholarship