Liam Morrow

Liam Morrow

New York, NY, US



I have been employed in the architectural field for over five years, and have experience working on projects ranging from small alterations to mid-sized commercial ground up construction. I have worked in multiple provinces of Canada as well as several states within the US, gaining invaluable experience adapting to local codes and construction.  This has led to involvement in all phases of the construction process, from pre-design services to construction administration, with projects ranging from restaurant developments to modern, highly detailed community transit architecture.  I am a licensed Architect in the state of New Jersey and have experience leading and training young designers at Environetics Group Architects, where I currently still work as a Job Captain / Project Architect.

My education is from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where I excelled in the integration of design with new software and fabrication techniques. As an undergraduate, I was a member of Team New Jersey through which we successfully designed, fabricated, and installed the first ever fully precast entry to the Solar Decathlon, a Department of Energy sponsored international competition.  To achieve our goals, I along with a great team of contractors built formwork, poured, and assembled the precast elements of our single-family house in Washington DC. Further notable exhibits of the work include The Center for Architecture in New York and The Interdisciplinary Sustainability Student Summit at Cornell University. I hope to further develop architectural ideas between new digital technologies, sustainable practices, and the human connection to the architectural forms.


Environetics Group Architects, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, US, Job Captain \ Project Architect

As a collaborating member of the multi-disciplinary team at Environetics, I have been exposed to several projects that vary in scale and typology, with a focus on restaurants and community transit architecture. Responsibilities have included design, documentation, distributions, code research, surveys, submittal review, and client/GC correspondence.

Aug 2012 - current

New Jersey Institute of Technology - School of Art and Design, Newark, NJ, US, Adjunct Faculty


AD 112 Communication in Art and Design
Taught a bi-weekly course focused on the basics of design drawing and representation. Students merged analog techniques from their studio class new digital media including creating movies, 3d modeling, and post process work.

ARCH 156 Tools and Techniques
Taught a bi-weekly course to first year architecture students. The course focused on the software and standards used in modern practice. Through a series of short vignettes, students were introduced to digital tools such as Revit, Rhino, and Grasshopper.

Jan 2016 - May 2017

GRO Architects, New York, NY, US, Junior Designer

Responsible for design and imaging of competition entries, including the Gansevoort Recycling Center in New York City and the Helsinki Central Library. Produced drawings and renderings of the design work for the final entry to the competitions. Additionally, produced sustainability studies relating to proposed construction.

Nov 2011 - Apr 2012

Northeast Precast, Millville, NJ, US, Intern

Charged with the documentation and fabrication of the Solar Decathlon’s concrete panel shop drawing set. In the process, experimented with the company’s first vertical pour, which included designing and implementing the form work. Developed and applied various details during the construction phase to maintain the architectural goals.

May 2011 - Aug 2011


New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2009 - May 2012


Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Honorable Mention “Single Family Award”, 1st Place


Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute “Best Sustainable Design Award", 1st Place


NJIT College of Architecture and Design Special Recognition Award, Award


New Jersey Institute of Technology Board of Trustees’ Acknowledgement of Excellence, Award


Dana Knox Research Award, Grant


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