AIA, LEED AP
Owner + Architect
Master of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, 1992
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1986
As the Owner and Principle at EWA, Ed works diligently to make sure that every client experiences a unique and personalized design solution for their project, large or small. Sustainability is of top priority, and Ed leads his team with great passion to insure that each project receives innovative solutions that make for elegant, durable, healthy and economical built environments.
Ed leads the way in design expertise and project procurement. Having twenty-eight years of architectural experience in civic, commercial, institutional, hospitality, and residential design, he possesses in-depth skills in all phases of design, construction, and management. Specialties include: master planning, sustainable design, high performance building technology, historic rehabilitation and renovation.
Ed is a Licensed Architect in the State of West Virginia, the State of Florida, the State of Illinois and Washington D.C.. He is an accredited LEED AP BD+C (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Building Design and Construction), holds membership in the American Institute of Architects, is the past Board President of the Covenant House of West Virginia, was the founding Vice President of the USGBC-WV Chapter, and is a former Board Member of Habitat for Humanity Chicago.
With experience ranging from high performance new construction to rehabilitation and historic preservation projects, small building additions to urban design projects, Ed’s talents cover a very broad spectrum of clientele and architectural services. EWA’s most recent successful project is a completed 30,000 square foot bank and office headquarters in downtown Charleston.