Nathaniel plays a critical role at SGA. At the beginning of any new commission, he conducts site analyses and massing studies, and steers the project through phases of zoning, entitlements, and schematic design.
Most of Nathaniel’s work focuses on the sector of life science. He especially welcomes opportunities to design laboratories and research facilities because they usually incorporate advanced building techniques and high standards of sustainability. The more he can influence energy savings, the happier he is.
Before joining SGA in January of 2021, Nathaniel served as a project designer at CambridgeSeven. During the four years he spent there, he gained experience across a wide range of geographies and building typologies. Projects he completed include a performance space in Boston, an aquarium in California, and a “community resilience pod” created within a shipping container in Florida for a nonprofit organization.
Nathaniel earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Maine. Outside of the office, he enjoys drawing, playing soccer in a men’s league, hiking, cooking, woodworking, and skiing. On any given weekend, he can be found exploring the mountains of Maine, where he and a friend built a house.