Robert Chandler currently contributes his years of experience to multiple projects, as Project Manager. This past experience includes multiple renovations and new K-12 schools for the NJSDA, holding the role of Project Manager at Princeton University for three projects that provided housing for 1,500+ staff and graduate students, and 18 apartments for visiting scholars, and even before his time with ShapiroCM, providing CM services to the Federal GSA.
Bob holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts in History of Art and Architecture from Syracuse University. He attended the Polytechnic of Central London for History of Architecture classes and Harvard Graduate School of Design for a certificate in Real Estate Development. He received an MBA in Finance from New York University. He is also LEED AP certified and holds a 30-HR OSHA certification. Mr. Chandler is also a licensed Architect in the State of New Jersey and a former long-time member of the American Institute of Architects and the New Jersey Society of Architects. He has also helped build housing with the Habitat for Humanity in Central NJ.
Robert has been a runner since high school and has completed many marathons and triathlons. In his free time, Bob plays the drums and works on his 200-year-old house while holding the spot of Vice Chair of his towns’ Historic Commission. His interests in historic buildings have grown since working as an architect on the restoration of the National Historic Landmark Stanley Whitman House built in 1720 in Farmington, Connecticut.