Aaron D. Martin, P.E., LEED AP, CPHC

Associate Principal, HVAC Engineer

Mr. Martin is responsible for HVAC engineering and overall project management. Mr. Martin is a highly talented engineer and manager, able to tackle conceptual design, engineering, problem solving, and field investigation. His sound design and organizational skills have permitted him an ever-increasing level of responsibility, including management of our most challenging projects. On January 1, 2015, Mr. Martin was named an Associate of the firm, and on February 1, 2018 Mr. Martin was promoted to Associate Principal.

Mr. Martin’s project management responsibilities have included four phases of new construction at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA, a multi-phased renovation and expansion of the USGA’s New Jersey campus, as well as master planning and multi-phased renovations at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, DC.

Some of Mr. Martin’s representative projects include:

-11 W. 126th St., Harlem Passive House, NY, NY
– American Museum of Natural History, Numerous Campus Renovation Projects, NY, NY
– Anderson School for Autism, Malcolm Hall Renovation & Expansion, Staatsburg, NY
– Brooklyn Museum, Education Division, NY, NY
-Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, NY, NY
– Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC
– Davant Resort and Spa, Ridgeland, SC
– Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Academic Center Modifications & Greenhouse, Bronx, NY
– Flea Theater, NY, NY
– Friends Seminary, Renovation & Expansion, NY, NY
– Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
Wellin Museum of Art
Kennedy Arts Center
– Jewish Theological Seminary, NY, NY
– Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, Norwalk, CT
– National WWII Museum, Multi-Phased Campus Expansion, New Orleans, LA
– New Orleans Museum of Art, Sculpture Garden & Gallery Building, New Orleans, LA
– New York Historical Society, Phased Renovations & Master Planning, NY, NY
– Park Avenue Synagogue, Master Planning, New Education Center, & Major Renovation, NY, NY
– Princeton University Art Museum, Art Storage Building, Princeton, NJ
– Saint John Paul II National Shrine, Washington, DC
– Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Renovation and Expansion, Williamstown, MA
– Schlumberger Complex, Existing Conditions & Feasibility Study, Ridgefield, CT
– United States Golf Association, Far Hills, NJ
Campus Master Planning
Administration Building Renovation & Expansion
Jack Nicklaus Wing at USGA Museum
– University of Connecticut, Fine Arts Instructional Center, Storrs, CT

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