Chris serves as project manager for SGA’s higher education practice. He is the group’s primary client contact, assessing the financial viability of projects, directing staffing and scheduling, and coordinating consultants and deliverables. A passionate advocate for high-performance buildings, Chris has overseen projects that have achieved the highest standards of sustainability and energy efficiency.
Chris’s 25 years of experience encompasses higher education; K-12 independent, charter and public schools; mixed-use buildings; multi- and single-family residential projects; and national memorials. His notable work on the sustainability front includes the first K-12 facility to meet the “Living Building” challenge.
A registered architect licensed in multiple states, Chris earned his Bachelor of Arts from Colby College and his Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland. He is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and Cascadia.org. Since 1995, Chris has served as a studio instructor, thesis advisor, and student mentor at the Boston Architectural College.
Chris continues to encourage environmentally thoughtful solutions for academic campuses and the broader built environment. Inspired by the profession’s recent pivot toward a more sustainable future, he eagerly awaits the next design challenge.