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 Curriculum Vitae(abbreviated)




Born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania


Master in Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design


Worked for various well known firms in Boston, Cambridge, and Rome

on projects ranging from whole cities- King Khalid Military City

(center for US Command during Operation Desert Storm) to high and

lowrise commercial, institutional, religious and residential buildings.


Returned to Pittsburgh to work as senior designer for

Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Architects on various large scale projects.


Began own practice



Talbots Distribution Facility in Lakeville, Massachusetts won the

Building Design and Construction magazine award for theBest Industrial Facility over 50,000 sf

and was featured on the cover of the June 1989 issue.

The 350,000 sf building, 922 ft in the longest dimension, was designed

while working for Symmes Maini & Mckee Architects.


Received the AIA Honor Award for a plexiglass lectern

for Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Cesar Pelli led the award jury.


Won the Libbey Owens Ford Glass International Design Competition for a

proposed 3000 seat Golden Glass Cathedral and Glass Chapel Boats.

The Golden Cathedral, a religious, concert, and forum space is sited on

the North Shore in Pittsburgh and on axis with the fountain at the Point.



American Institute of Architects

Harvard Yale Princeton Club










Urban Design

King Khalid Military City, Saudi Arabia- $11 Billion

Client: United States Army Corps

(Center for US Command during Operation Desert Storm)

Central Mosque, housing, schools-DDev&CD

Designer in Rome office of Brown Daltas during the fall of 1978

LTV Masterplan RFP- Mixed use development for 130 acre site, Pittsburgh

Milwaukee Riverfront Competition

Fort Lauderdale Riverfront Plaza Competition

Copley Square Design Competition

Boston City Hall Plaza Design Competition

Joint Entry for Vietnam Veterans Memorial Competition, Washington, D.C.

New York Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Oklahoma City Memorial Competition


Colleges and Universities

Cornell University- Programming and systems design for biological facility

Western Wyoming College- arts complex including 1100 seat concert hall,

350 seat theatre, entry and main street of campus,and sculpture and pottery studios

Conceptual and DDev


College Athletic Facility

University of Massachusetts- Athletic Complex (project)- including swimming

pool, hockey rink, basketball courts, squash courts, gymnastics, and weight room



Indian Head National Bank, Nashua, New Hampshire-DDev

Council Chambers & Tower for Government Center Office, Miami-DDev

Office addition-200,000sf to Government Center Garage, Boston-DDev&CD

Digital Corporation, Boston-100,000 &200,000sf-DDev

Foreside Office Park, Portland, Maine-50,000 sf-DDev

Talbolts Distribution Facility, Lakeville, Ma- 350,000sf- Conceptual &Ddev

*Won the 1990 BD&C Award of for the best Industrial Facility over 50,000sf



Marriott Suites Hotel, Framingham, Ma(project)-254 room hotel including meeting rooms, restaurant, and swimming pool-200,000 sf - Schematic and design development



Confetti, a confectionery store at Copley Place, Boston-DDev


Transit Stations

Government Center Station, Miami-DDev & CD

Jackson Square Station, Boston- DDev &CD


Parking Garages

Compaq Computer, Houston, Texas-2000 car-Concept through CD

Wanamaker Department Store, Philadelphia- 600 car below grade- DDev & CD



University of Santa Barbara Museum Design Competition



Central Mosque- King Khalid Military City- DDev & CD

Good Shephard Lutheran Church, Pittsburgh ¨Cplexiglass lectern ¨CAIA Honor Award

Golden Cathedral-Pittsburgh- 3000 seat religious, concert, and forum space

*Winner of Libbey Owens Ford International Design Competition



The Village Green at Stowe condominiums- DDev&CD

The Village of Loon Mountain condominiums- DDev&CD

412-414 Beacon Street condominiums, Boston -DDev&CD

74-76 Marlborough Street condominiums, Boston ¨CDDev&CD



Prospect Elementary School Addition, Pittsburgh-

57,000sf including a full size gymnasium, cafeteria, and 24 classrooms- Concept &DDev

Slippery Rock High School Addition including new curtain wall, greenhouse, and

4000sf library expansion- Concept & DDev



Architect with the following Offices

The Stubbins Associates, Inc., Cambridge, Ma

Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects, Cambridge Ma

Brown Daltas and Associates, Architects, Cambridge, Ma & Rome, Italy

Huygens and DiMella, Architects, Boston

Symmes Maini & McKee, Architects, Cambridge

Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann, Architects, Pittsburgh


Consultant Architect with the following Offices

Sasaki Associates, Watertown, Ma

Mintz Associates, Boston, Ma

Celli-Flynn & Associates, Architects, Pittsburgh





Architect of the Masterplan

Frederick M. Winkler Architect

Development Consultant

Ward Olander, Real Estate Enterprises

Engineering Consultant for the Development

Atlantic Engineering SVC


Architectural Team

(The following firms have expressed an interest in serving

as architect for one or more of the buildings in the masterplan)

The Stubbins Associates, Inc. Cambridge, Ma

Frederick M. Winkler Architect Pittsburgh Pa

Other award winning firms to be added as the development progresses.


Consultant Architects

Sports Facility Consultant

William Winkler Architect Boston Ma


I. The Development Strategy

1. The Concepts

a. The Philosophy for the Use of the Land

Goal: The master plan should relate to the larger ideas of the transformation of the city with the philosophy that the North Shore should be about the development of the individual and the building of people not just places. The places of spiritual wellbeing in word and music, namely the Cathedral and amphitheatre, and the places of physical well being, namely the public fields and stadia come together for the individual along with the place of science, the places of work, and the places of entertainment. The basic desires to meet, to learn, to compete, and to interact with our Creator can come together in the structures and exterior spaces we choose to build within a sports theme for the area from the Sixth St. bridge to West End bridge.


b. Integration of the Site and of Building Forms

Concept: The major gathering spaces orient to the water and the city and reinforce each other spacially, socially, and economically. Major axes of the spaces and of circulation paths orient on the fountain and tie the North Shore to the Point and to the North Side. Extensions of these axes align with and tie the North Shore to elements on Mt. Washington. Major dynamic arc forms in plan and section relate to both the vocabulary of the road movement cutting through the site and to the sweeping forms of the bridges and to the fields they wrap. The concept of the city where the low buildings occur at the water and rise to inner streets is continued on the North Shore. The major sweeping stepped and crescent forms allow for light and view and relate to each other. The street grid imposed on the site is spanned by buildings and circulation bridges creating the idea of portals and heightening the spacial experience of traveling through the site. The building forms express unity and freedom and break boundaries as they reach for the sky and water. In program, active public and participatory sports related spaces become part of all buildings which face onto the water.


c. The Impetus to Invest and Build Creatively

The uniqueness of the concept conveyed as the beginning of architecture

with a marketable program will provide the impetus to invest.


d. Architecture of a Higher Order

In seeking architecture of a higher order the architect of great talent must come together with the client of positive creative thought. For every building in the masterplan of the North Shore an architect of distinction will be chosen and a client with vision will be sought.


e. Growth of the Site and of Individual Structures

The goal is to allow the growth of the site to occur in stages and yet achieve a definition of space and a notion of what is come, and a feeling of completeness at every stage. The ability of buildings to grow in a linear fashion makes possible that goal with growth from the water's edge to the inner site while defining space with trees and the landscape and temporary tensile structures. The future movement of the cranes also generates the linear and

crescent forms.

2. The Program- The Eight Building Types and Exterior Spaces


3. The Sequence of Buildout


4. Program Square Foot Totals and Market Analysis