Christopher is a licensed architect with more than 19 years of experience in a wide range of project types including commercial office, multi-family residential, cultural, and healthcare. As an experienced project architect, he is skilled at integrating technical requirements to produce designs that are both aesthetically and technically sound.
On every project, Chris works closely with the design team and outside consultants to document, detail, and coordinate technological requirements, ensuring the accuracy and constructability of the design documents. He has been involved in the design of particle therapy centers for well over a decade, starting with the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute.
As a father of four, Chris spends much of his time with family activities, but he is also an avid cyclist and spends many hours on two wheels—both solo and with organized groups. If not on a bicycle, he can be found on the water, either kayaking or fishing.