Robert’s steady and good-natured presence, combined with his skillful ability to deal with any and all new design, management and administrative tasks thrown his way, has already made him an important member of the office.
Prior to his relatively recent arrival at UAI, Robert gained experience on a range of projects in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This included the design and construction management of multiple projects, including adaptive reuse and restoration of historic buildings, multifamily residential work and commercial work, along with design projects for diverse clients such as the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium and The Carnegie Science Center of Pittsburgh. Robert also attended a summer urban design studio at Carnegie Mellon University, where he worked with members of various communities in Pittsburgh, focusing on neighborhood revitalization and restoration. At UAI, he has become a mainstay of the construction administration for the East 166th Street Terraces, a multifamily affordable housing complex as well as several new proposals and feasibility studies.