peter chomowicz

peter chomowicz

Stonington, CT, US



Strategic planner specializing in architectural and masterplan designs that align business goals and cultural dynamics with real estate portfolios and spatial solutions. Extensive experience in medical, manufacturing, laboratory and workplace design.

Exemplary analytic and organisational skills. Adept project and program management leader with executive experience delivering complex projects in compressed schedules with limited resources. Uses rigorous research methods and data collection in support of

sound decision making. Superior interpersonal skills. Able to speak with any audience, accustomed to working with executive leaders; authors compelling presentations; sophisticated understanding of cultural differences. Delights in team building; recognized as an effective and articulate leader.

Licensed architect New York and Connecticut, NCARB certificate. SECRET security clearance.



Electric Boat, General Dynamics, Groton, CT, US, Senior Analyst

Strategist, futurist and analyst for enterprise-wide research, design and
construction initiatives. Knowledge management lead.

Jul 2016 - current

Quadrant: Architecture and Planning, PLLC, New York, Principal

The firm specializes in assisting large organizations with aligning their mission
and goals with environmental, spatial and urban strategies.

Jan 2003 - current

Virginia Commonwealth University, Qatar, Doha, Qatar, Associate Dean for Research and Development

Chief research and academic administrator responsible for ensuring educational
excellence and sound research practices across the full range of undergraduate
and graduate departments for the VCU Qatar campus.

Jul 2009 - Jun 2016

Gensler, New York, NY, US, Senior Associate

Led master planning, real estate and financial analysis for Fortune 100 clients.

Jan 1999 - Aug 2003

HLW International, New York, NY, US, Senior Consultant

Team leader for the consolidation of all General Motors non-manufacturing operations including the master plan for the Warren Tech Center and the Renaissance Center Headquarters relocation. A 40m square foot realignment of the company’s core activities resulted in a net savings of $1b and increased operational efficiencies by 30%.

Jan 1995 - Jan 1999


The Cass - London Metropolitan University, London, GB, PhD, Architecture

Rapid urbanisation and coastal resiliency.

Oct 2010 - Jul 2016

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, Masters, History

Sep 1990 - Jun 1992

The Cooper Union, New York, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 1984 - Jun 1989