Over 30 years of design, project management, construction administration and building assessment experience.
- Peterson Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA
- The Capitol Visitor Center, Washington, D.C.
- OSU Physics Building, Columbus, OH
- North Carolina State University Boiler Plant Renovations, Raleigh, NC
- Metro East Forensic Lab, Chicago, IL
- Northstar Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility, Big Lake, MN
- Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
- Saint Anthony Village municipal facilities, Saint Anthony Village, MN
- University of Arkansas - Maple Hill Residence Halls, Fayetteville, AR
- Quinnipiac University TD Bank Sports Center, Hamden, CT
- UMASS Ambulatory Care Center, Worcester, MA
- U of M Crookston Residence Halls, Crookston, MN
- Charter Oaks Communities, Stamford, CT
- Bennington College Visual and Performing Arts facility, Bennington, VT
- Yale University, New Haven, CT
- Fort Snelling, Saint Paul, MN
- Commercial Space, Savage, MN
- U.S. Government, Various locations worldwide
Charter Oaks Communities
Project Manager and architectural reviewer on project. Selected teams members and guided their review of documents pertaining to their areas of expertise. Performed peer review of construction documents and conducted in person design review meeting with Architect and Owner. Performed peer review on multiple facilities.
Fairgate is a mixed-income development located on Fairfield Avenue and Stillwater Avenue on the site of the former Fairfield Court public housing development. Fairgate was the final phase of the Fairfield Court HOPE VI revitalization, and was completed in late 2009. Of the 90 units at Fairgate, 55 (60%) are affordable to households with a wide range of incomes, and 35 (40%) are market rate units without subsidy. Fairgate offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, mostly in a townhouse configuration with individual entrances, as well as a community building and an after-school program operated by the Boys & Girls Club of Stamford.
The Fairfield Court revitalization plan has produced a total of 275 housing units by replacing the existing 144 low-income units on the basis of one-for-one and creating 131 new affordable rental, market-rate rental and homeownership units. It has incorporated supportive services and occupational initiatives that will increase resident economic self-sufficiency and independence. By its infusion of over $89 million into Stamford’s West Side, the Fairfield Court HOPE VI revitalization is stimulating broad community reinvestment, leading to an increase in commercial activity and an upswing in property values. This activity is improving the general quality of life in that traditional neighborhood. The plan has received significant support from the City of Stamford in the forms of land for off-site housing, development capital and support for a West Side Economic Development Initiative. In all, the Fairfield Court revitalization plan leverages the HOPE VI funds with another $70 million in public and private financing.
Project Manager and architectural reviewer on project. Selected teams members and guided their review of documents pertaining to their areas of expertise. Performed peer review of construction documents and conducted in person design review meeting with Architect and Owner.
"…a true professional who has as much passion for his work as he does the clients he designs for. Drew has the unique ability to manage cross functional teams, coordinating multiple disciplines effectively. Drew is not only a great member of any team but has the experience and personality to mentor."
A.S. — Roseville, MN