senior Architect, special projects lead : Leed ap
"A Community design center exists to serve the underserved. Our clients are totally committed to the populations we serve; we are creating projects that make that commitment possible."
As lead architect for the Special Projects Studio, Dan is adept at understanding the needs of Environmental Works’ diverse clients and the constraints they face when starting what may be their first building project. His commitment to sustainability is accounted for in each project.
Dan is a LEED Accredited Professional, a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor, a member of the Northwest Eco Building Guild and the Seattle Building Enclosure Council. Dan came to Environmental Works in 1996 after nearly two decades in development and construction.
His portfolio is varied from feasibility studies to large renovations and new construction. Highlights include:
Youth Haven (Kirkland)
Griffin Home Campus Renovations (Renton)
El Centro de la Raza (Seattle)
The Landing Youth Shelter (Redmond)
Inland Empire and Foundation for the Challenged special needs housing renovations (Pierce, King, and Kitsap Counties)
New Ground (Kirkland)