Jan Lyle Irvin has practiced architecture for the last 30 years across a broad spectrum of users and project types including master planning of residential communities, neighborhood infill housing, historic restoration, museums, educational facilities from K-12 through university, hospitals, labs, assisted living and commercial structures. Since joining PWWG in 2003 Jan has utilized such emerging technologies as prefabricated modular housing units and pressure-equalized rain screen wall design for various projects. He has extensive experience with renovations and additions (including adaptive reuse). Jan brings to the firm an unusual appreciation of the connections between design, constructability, and in-service performance. He has led workshops for staff and for local architects on construction specifications. He also develops and implements many of the firm’s quality management initiatives.
Kent State University
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
American Institute of Architects; LEED Accredited Professional