John is an architect and project manager with a strong background in the analysis and preservation of historical materials and details. He is knowledgeable about building assemblies and performance, and is skilled in coordinating multidiscipline project teams.
John has completed many museum, zoo, civic, institutional, and government projects. His experience includes large-scale, multi-phase endeavors involving facilities that remain open during construction.
John relishes in the multifaceted nature of architecture, meeting the objectives of beautiful, timeless design while also ensuring functionality, efficiency, and performance. He particularly likes to focus on the details of building envelopes, including roofing and waterproofing.
Master of Architecture, Certificate in Historic Preservation, Texas A&M University, 2000
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Minor in Landscape Architecture, Miami University, 1997
Association for Preservation Technology DC, Treasurer
National Trust for Historic Preservation
American Institute of Architects
National Parks Conservation Association
Texas A&M Center for Heritage Conservation, Professional Fellow