Peter Ogman

Peter Ogman

Brooklyn, NY, US



Included in this portfolio are ten built projects representing over twenty years of professional experience in architecture. Focus has always been on design, detailing and construction documentation for a wide range of public, institutional, hospitality, medical, corporate, and private projects. It represents services provided as  lead and support roles in all phases of the design and building process with comprehensive administration and field representation for hundreds of millions of dollars in construction. 


The love of putting buildings together with a keen sense of construction administration, design, design document development and coordination of large scale, complex, high profile projects nationwide. Ability to respond successfully to the diverse tasks and lead roles in practicing architecture. Energized and intensely passionate about the endless process and dynamics of creating good and great architecture, holistically realizing lines on paper into built works.



Ennead Architects, New York, NY, US, Architects

Sep 2013 - current

Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects, llc, New York, NY, US, Associate Architect

July 2012 – August 2013 at Gwthmey Siegel Kaufman-525 Broadway New York NY
Senior project manager role for design and production teams tending to coordination and development of documents for large scale complex mixed use project in Jersey City New Jersey-Columbus Towers

Associate /Project Manager / Project Architect / Construction Architect
The United States Mission to the United Nations Building- New 30 story building / Construction Cost 150 million plus (2006-2010) Associate responsible for all construction administration, coordination of contract documents, details, client relations, and contract and add service proposals and negotiations, project presentations and related reviews with all NYC jurisdictions and related authorities. Coordinated extensive integrated FAPE arts program with architecture. Comprehensive management of the A/E team.

Associate /Project Manager / Project Architect / Construction Architect
Associate / Project Architect responsible for development and coordination of contract documents, design and details for core and shell constructions. Performed site visits, field reports and inspections, quality controls, shop drawing reviews, managed design consultants and pay applications, interfaced with City Building Officials, coordinated with principals and owners , monitored construction activities and collaborated with builders. Services provided as noted above for the following projects:
407 North Maple Drive, Beverly Hills, California (2002-2003) / Construction Cost: 37 Million
Universal Studios Divisional Headquarters Beverly Hills California- (2000) Construction Cost: 26 million
Saint Vincents Comprehensive Cancer Care Center, New York, New York (1996) / Construction Cost: 25 million
70,000-sq.ft adaptive reuse for outpatient cancer diagnostic and treatment services. Project Architect responsible for schematic design and design development. Developed project program with client design team and associated principals. Participated with selection and management of related consultant team.

May 1996 - Sep 2012

Kaplan McLaughlin and Diaz, San Francisco, CA, US, Construction Architect

Construction Architect / San Francisco Public Utilities Commission 140 million (+/-) construction cost
Manage and lead construction administration team. New mid-rise office tower in SF Civic Center district. 14 Story sustainable design, LEED certified building with poured in place concrete post tensioned slabs and shear walls. Wind turbines and photovoltaic roof system. Architecture integrated with arts program.

Construction Architect / Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center- New York NY (2004-2005) Construction Cost 80 million
On-site construction administration and full time field representation for 80,000 square foot adaptive reuse/infill new construction for Hospital Expansion of cancer treatment facilities. 21 operating rooms, patient assisted care units, administrative and public support facilities. Additionally provided construction administration and trouble shooting for several SF Bay Area community hospitals (2006).

Oct 2010 - Jul 2012

Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, LLP, New York, NY, US, Construction Architect

Project Architect / Construction Architect / Project Manager
Managed projects design development through construction. Coordinated all design activities with principals, clients, consultants and project team. Complete responsibility of construction administration for major cultural institution projects as noted below:
Fenimore House Museum, New York State Historical Society, Cooperstown, New York (1995) Construction Cost: 10 million
The Dance Theatre of Harlem, New York NY (1993) Construction Cost: 6 million
Lead roles and participation in the design and development of The Brooklyn Academy of Music, CUNY Fitterman Hall /BMCC, Victory Theatre, and Bridgemarket projects.

Sep 1992 - Apr 1996

BBGM, New York, NY, US, Construction Architect

Architect / Construction Architect / Project Manager / Specialty Detailer / Design
Coordinated all aspects of design and production. Extensive specialty detailing and construction administration for complex hotel renovations and new construction projects. Responsible for site supervision and coordination with principals, clients, artists, fabricators consultants and builders:
St. Regis Hotel / Renovation/ New Construction New York NY (1990)
Essex House Hotel / Renovation/ New Construction New York NY (1991)
Peninsula Hotel / Bangkok, Thailand (1991) / Responsible for design development of public spaces.

Jul 1989 - Sep 1992


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 1979 - Jun 1982

Areas of Specialization