Sean’s passion is to innovate on science and technology projects. In his 15-year career, he’s developed his dedication to client needs as a project architect and project manager. Sean was drawn to the science and technology field by the parallels he sees between his work and theirs.
“As designers, we like to push the boundaries of the built environment. I think our S&T clients understand that, since they’re doing the same thing in their own fields.”
With today’s emphasis on STEM education as a driver for a successful future, Sean figures that the design of those STEM facilities is key—and he likes to have a seat at the table of progress. Currently, Sean is working on a new science and engineering building on Ohio State University’s Marion campus. The engineering degree and curriculum is relatively new to this campus, and the design of the building mirrors the design of the program.
His greatest thrill is to present a solution that improves a client’s processes or ability to serve their own clients. “When we do that, I feel like we’re a part of the scientific process and indirectly contributing to groundbreaking discoveries.” Outside of work, Sean likes to stay active, whether that’s running and biking or volunteering for organizations.