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

Associate, HVAC Engineer

Mr. Martin is responsible for HVAC project management and engineering of ASW building projects, including detailed engineering calculations, design layout, and client interface. Mr. Martin has demonstrated a talent for engineering, design, problem solving, and field investigation. His sound organizational skills have permitted him an increasing level of responsibility, including management of some of the firm’s most challenging projects. On January 1, 2015, Mr. Martin was named an Associate of the firm.

Mr. Martin’s current project management responsibilities include the National WWII Museum – US Land Sea & Air and Campaigns Pavilions, a multi-phased renovation and expansion of the USGA’s New Jersey campus, as well as a new Art Storage facility at Princeton University. Recent master planning and infrastructure upgrade experience includes work at The Corcoran Gallery and Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, DC.

Some of Mr. Martin’s representative projects include:

– 75th Street Townhouse, NY, NY
– 11 W. 126th St., Harlem Passive House, NY, NY
– American Museum of Natural History, Phased Renovation Projects, NY, NY
– Anderson School for Autism, Malcolm Hall Renovation & Expansion, Staatsburg, NY
– Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC
– Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Academic Center Modifications & Greenhouse, Bronx, NY
– Fine Arts Center Expansion, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
– Friends Seminary, NY, NY
– Hamilton College, New Art Gallery Building, Clinton, NY
– Hamilton College, New Theater & Studio Arts Building, Clinton, NY
– Jewish Theological Seminary, NY, NY
– Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, Norwalk, CT
– New York Public Library – Mechanical Penthouse and Emergency Generator, NY, NY
– National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, NY, NY
– National WWII Museum, New Orleans, LA
– New York Historical Society, Phased Renovations & Master Planning, NY, NY
– Park Avenue Synagogue, Master Planning & New Education Center, NY, NY
– Princeton University Art Museum, Art Storage Building, Princeton, NJ
– Saint John Paul II National Shrine, Phased Renovations, Washington, DC
– Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Renovation and Expansion, Williamstown, MA
– Schlumberger Complex, Existing Conditions & Feasibility Study, Ridgefield, CT
– United States Golf Association, Phased Renovations & Master Planning, Far Hills, NJ

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