Robert currently holds the position of Project Manager on multiple federal and local projects. His past experience includes renovations and new K-12 schools for the NJSDA, three projects that provided housing for 1,500+ staff and graduate students at Princeton University, and CM services for the Federal GSA.
Robert attended the Polytechnic of Central London for classes on the history of architecture, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design for a certificate in Real Estate Development. He is LEED AP and OSHA 30-HR certified and is a licensed Architect in NJ.
Masters of Business Administration in Finance, New York University
Bachelor of Architecture, Syracuse University
Bachelor of Arts in History of Art and Architecture, Syracuse University
Robert has helped build housing with Habitat for Humanity in Central NJ. He has also been a runner since high school, completing many marathons and triathlons. In his free time, Bob plays the drums and acts as Vice-Chair of his town's Historic Commission. His interest in historic buildings has grown since working as an architect on the restoration of the National Historic Landmark Stanley Whitman House, built in 1720 in Farmington, CT.