Alex Alaimo

Alex Alaimo

New York, NY, US



Alex Alaimo, AIA, has  (4) years of experience on a variety of projects at PBDW Architects in New York. He has worked on all phases of design on multifamily residential, educational, and institutional projects. He graduated with a B.Arch from New York Institute of Technology in 2013. He is also an active member of AIA and holds a Director at Large Position on the AIA National Associates Committee. Previously he was Co-Chair of AIANY Emerging New York Architects (ENYA) committee. In response to Sandy he founded the Operation Resilient Long Island (ORLI) a resiliency think tank. He continues to have an interest in writing on the profession, technology and alternative business models. 



PBDW Architects, New York, NY, US, Staff Architect

Team member in a variety of complex projects including; high rise hospitality, overbuild of multi-family residential, renovation and addition of a private school, Preservation and modernization of a Historic Interior

Managed design and delivery of 2,500 SF Sales Office for 64 unit luxury condominium project in NYC, from schematic design through construction documents and construction administration
Construction Administration, review shop drawings and submittals, site observation, responding to RFIs

Construction Documents in Revit, including enclosure and interior detailing, millwork, door and finish scheduling and specification

Design Development - working with a design consultant to develop design concepts, MEP coordination, developing drawing sets

Accessory drawing sets including Condominium Offering Plan, BSA Filing Sets, DOB Filing sets

Jun 2013 - current

RWS Construction, Hawthorne, NY, US, Associate Project Manager

Construction Documents, Site planning, Design development in residential and small commercial firm.

May 2010 - May 2013

NYC Department of Design and Construction, Long Island City, NY, US, Project Management Intern

 Assisted with Project Management for NYC cultural projects, pre and post construction
 Projects include Renovation of Snug Harbor Cultural Center, PS 122, Queens Botanical Garden
 Developed scope documents, Addendums, SER Requirements, attended project meetings
 Reviewed Specifications and Construction Documents, prepare comments to design architect

May 2012 - Aug 2012


New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), New York, NY, US, BArch, B. Arch

AIA Henry Adams Gold Medal Recipient
AIAS Freedom by Design
Served on Faculty Committees
Founded Operation Resilient Long Island

Jan 2009 - May 2013


AIA Henry Adams Gold Medal, Award

Highest Honor for NYIT Architecture


Areas of Specialization