Dan loves to solve problems, so he gravitates toward large, complex projects involving many trades, from ground-up construction to adaptive reuse. He collaborates with developers, builders, engineers, and SGA team members to ensure that owner requirements are met, specifications are clear, and any challenges are surmounted through creative strategies.
Before joining SGA in February of 2021, Dan served as a project architect at CBT. During his four-year tenure there, he specialized in complex mixed-use projects in urban environments, many of which were based in the Seaport area. He also spent five years as an architect at ARC, where he gained extensive experience in life science – his sector of focus at SGA.
Dan earned the degrees of Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture from Northeastern University. Soccer is one of his favorite pursuits outside of the office. He plays with a club team, and he recently received his coaching license. (His kids don’t play – yet.) Dan also enjoys cooking, and often experiments with recipes from Panama, his wife’s country of origin. Another passion is history, which is one of the reasons he appreciates Boston. A native of the area, he now resides with his family in a 100-year-old house in Quincy. In 2021, he joined the advisory committee for the neighborhood’s Urban Revitalization Plan.