Marc Ford is a registered architect with over twenty years experience in high-end residential, higher education, institutional, multifamily housing and urban design. He has extensive experience with complex programming, consensus building, and technically challenging renovations and additions including adaptive reuse. Marc has managed the programming, planning, design documentation and construction phases of projects ranging from $2-10 million, and has experience utilizing multiple delivery methods including negotiated contract, design-build, and design-bid-build. Marc often serves as the firm’s project representative in the field during construction. Most recently Marc has been involved in the design of a number of projects in the urban core of Cincinnati, including historic/ adaptive reuse, infill housing, and a parking garage inserted beneath a revamped public park. He is also working on the detailing of his fourth Passive House project, a net-zero-energy-ready multifamily building near Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Mellon University
LEED Accredited Professional (Building Design and Construction); Certified Passive House Professional; NCARB Certificate
Ziegler Park Garage; The Allison; 15th and Race Master Planning; Pelletier Library/ The Allegheny Gateway and Carnegie Hall renovations, Allegheny College; PA Capitol Restoration; Misciagna Family Arts Center Addition; Crescent Court Condominium; West General Robinson Street Garage; Turley Center and Hardway Hall renovations, Fairmont State University