Fresh ideas about design
Amidst the buzz of our office move and the ringing of holiday bells, Rob Dower completed his Architect Registration Exam and became a licensed architect. We are pleased to congratulate Rob and share this official news.
A seven-year veteran at Strada, Rob has worked on a series of projects that cemented the firm’s reputation for cross-disciplinary, contextual design. His understanding of urban planning and architecture allows him to integrate the two at the juncture of city life and buildings, envisioning places such as Bakery Square 2.0, the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, and North Shore Place. He recently worked on the design and construction administration of Bakery Living I, an apartment building that is part of Bakery Square 2.0.
Rob received a Bachelor of Architecture, a Master of Architecture, and a Graduate Certificate in Urban Design from Kent State University. He served as a Studio Professor for undergraduate courses during his graduate studies. Rob recently participated in a ULI Advisory Panel focusing on development potential at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, and he continues to gain expertise as a designer and collaborator.
The future is bright at Strada. The firm is committed to turning visions to reality and helping to shape new places across the nation.
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