David has been practicing architecture for more than 35 years, most recently with a focus on higher education, science and technology, and federal sectors. His design approach is based on his belief in synergistic solutions to the complex set of design criteria that defines each project’s circumstance.
David’s career has involved a variety of project types including the architectural and environmental master plan of Dewees Island, a barrier island off the coast of South Carolina, organized to integrate ecological preservation with development requirements. Notably, his work includes the comprehensive renovation and modernization of the main Department of Justice Headquarters in Washington, DC and the design of Virginia Tech’s Institute for Critical Technology & Applied Science. For the past decade, he has also worked with Towson University, beginning with the design of the College of Liberal Arts followed by the 20-acre Site & Safety Improvement and Site & Safety projects.