Marc Wouters

Marc Wouters

New York, NY, US

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Mr. Wouters is an architect with experience in several building types including apartment buildings, institutional projects, and commercial projects. He has also directed and managed large-scale multiple building planning projects for urban infill sites, city center revitalization projects, and affordable housing projects. Architectural projects include The Park Triangle mixed-use apartment building, The Tulane University School of Law, The Bay Meadows Apartment Building, The H+H Metropolitan Hospital Resiliency Plan in East Harlem, The Windmark Beach apartment buildings, The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Renovation, The Coney Island Resiliency Master Plan for NYCHA, The Kennedy Center Concert Hall, and The Brooklyn Navy Yard Resiliency Plan. As a highly experienced project manager he led the 3 million square foot mixed-use San Ramon City Center through the entitlement process. He previously served as partner at Cooper Robertson & Partners (CRP) and as planner of Stantec’s New York City Urban Planning Studio. Projects with Mr. Wouters have received AIA, CNU, and ULI Awards. He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in architecture from the University of Virginia, and is a licensed architect in New York and Washington, DC. He was a task force member of the US Green Building Council’s LEED® for Neighborhood Development program.





Marc Wouters Studios, Brooklyn, NY, US, Director of Urban Planning and Integrated Architecture

Marc Wouters Studios is an architecture and planning studio emphasizing systems thinking and integrated design solutions. Current clients include the Regional Plan Association, NYCHA, DEP, BHA and more. Projects include architectural design preservation of the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and redesign of the BQE, Cloudburst masterplanning strategy for Jamaica Queens, and reconstruction efforts in Puerto Rico.

Jan 2018 - current

Stantec, New York, NY, US, Director of Urban Planning and Integrated Architecture

Jan 2011 - Oct 2017

Cooper Robertson, Partner

Feb 2004 - Jan 2010
Jun 1997 - Dec 2003


University of Virginia, MArch, Masters in Architecture

Sep 1989 - Jun 1991


Columbia Heights CNU Charter Award, 1st Place

CNU Charter Award for grouping of three buildings and Columbia Heights.


ULI Award of Excellence: Columbia Heights Revitalization Plan, 1st Place


AIA National Urban Design Award: Flag House Courts, 1st Place


CNU Charter Award: Flag House Courts, 1st Place


AIA Chapter Award: Kennedy Center Concert Hall Renovation, 1st Place


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