Credentials

MICHAEL GROGAN, R.A., LEED A.P., NCARB




EDUCATION

YALE UNIVERSITY
Master of Architecture, May 2006


UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE
Bachelor of Architecture, May 1995
Rome Program, fall 1993


REGISTRATIONS

REGISTERED ARCHITECT Commonwealth of Massachusetts #50233 State of New York #035384
LEED© ACCREDITED PROFESSIONAL United States Green Building Council
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATION BOARDS Certification #73408

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

INDEPENDENT/COLLABORATIVE WORK 1990 to Present

Current commissions include the renovation of and addition to a noted architect's 1980s renovation of a 1950s "modernist" house in Mamaroneck, NY, A mezzanine addition in a Brooklyn, NY condominium, and a one floor residential addition in Marlboro, MA.

Collaboration with Amir Kripper/KAS on a number of projects in Boston, Portland ME, and the region including a downtown office building renovation, various restaurants, an office interior, salon, bakery, bubble tea shop, and many residential projects.

Contracted for projects by Michael Price Architects (2012-14), The Cecil Group (2010), Gleysteen Design (2010), Jonathan Levi Architects (2009), Leslie Ryan, Landscape Architect (2005-06), and various developers.

Competition entries include the Northern Avenue Bridge Ideas Competition (2016 - 2 person collaboration), Fresh Kills, NYC Land Art Generator Initiative Competition (2012 - 5 person collaboration), San Antonio AFV Competition (2009 – 4 person collaboration), Woburn Public Library Expansion “Ideas” Competition (2009 – 2 person collaboration), R.I.B.A ‘Make Me a Home’ Competition (2008 – 4 person collaboration), and the Ames Power Plant ‘Landmark Challenge’ Competition (2003 - solo).

Previous (1991-2002) individual designs for over twenty residential and commercial commissions in Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, and Tennessee. Completed projects include a 2000 s.f. office building addition (1992), the Rochester Residence (1996), and the Craft Residence addition (2001)

KOETTER KIM AND ASSOCIATES Boston, Massachusetts - summer 2006 to winter 2008 Associate Lead designer for The Point Condominium and Hotel tower, Cornell University’s New Humanities Building, main lobby for Yale University’s Social Science addition, University of Southern Maine Map Collections Library, and the competition winning Kazemir Corporate Headquarters complex In Aktau, Kazakhstan.

TRIVERS ASSOCIATES
St. Louis, Missouri - spring 2003 to summer 2004
Project Designer
Design and document production for the 64,000 s.f. Eden Publishing House renovation into 44 apartments, garage addition to the Fox Theatre, and a new downtown grocery store.


ARCHITECTURE, INCORPORATED
Memphis, Tennessee – fall 1996 to fall 2002
Project Designer
Design and document production of numerous projects. Built design work includes three private residences, Handy Park (Beale Street), and the Ericson Group offices.


ARCHITEKTON
Tempe, Arizona – summer 1995 to fall 1996
Intern Preparation of construction documents and site planning design work.


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING & DESIGN
Assistant Professor - F2017-

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Studio 6 Instructor - "Comprehensive Design" - Sp2015
Studio 5 Instructor - "Housing and Aggregation" – Sp2011, Sp2010
Studio 3/4 Instructor - "1960s Urbanism" – F2011, F2010
Studio 2 Instructor - "Urban Institutions" - Sp2017, Sp2016, Sp2014, Sp2012
Studio 2 Instructor - "Pattern, Urban Design, and the City" - Sp2009
Studio 1 (MArch 1) Instructor - "Site, Space and Program" - F2015, F2014, F2013, F2012
Studio 1 Instructor - “Site, Space and Program”- F2016, F2009, F2008, F2007
Structures 2: Architectonic Systems Instructor (MArch 1) - Su2015, Su2014
Structures 2: Architectonic Systems Instructor - Sp2015, Sp2013, Sp2011

RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN
Modern Architecture Lecturer - Sp2014, Sp2013, Sp2012

WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
MArch Thesis Prep 1: Research Methods Instructor - F2013

YALE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Teaching Fellowship – MArch 1 “Building Project” Studio – Sp2006
Teaching Fellowship – Junior Studio – F2005


INVITED JUROR
Rotch Traveling Scholarship 2015 (first round), Yale University, Northeastern University, Rhode Island School of Design, Kansas State University, University of Hartford, Boston Architectural College, Roger Williams University, Mt Holyoke College, and MIT.


PROFESSIONAL AWARDS

R.I.B.A. ‘MAKE ME A HOME’ INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION - 2009
Runner Up and Special Jury Selection – Open Competition
Stockton-on-Tees, UK
Four person collaboration, team “Orange”


KAZEMIR HEADQUARTERS - 2007
First Place – Invited Competition
Aktau, Kazakhstan
Lead Designer for Koetter Kim and Associates


AIA AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – 2006
AIA Memphis Chapter
The Ericson Group Offices (with Architecture Incorporated)


REMODELING MAGAZINE AWARD OF MERIT - 2006
Awarded and Published by Remodeling Magazine, September 2006
The Ericson Group Offices (with Architecture Incorporated).


PAUL GRUENBERG AWARD – 2003
Memphis Heritage, Inc.
The Ericson Group Offices (with Architecture Incorporated)


ALUMNI DESIGN AWARD - 2002
University of Arkansas School of Architecture
The Ericson Group offices (with Architecture Incorporated)
Published in the University UPDATE - Summer 2002.


FRANCIS MAH TRAVEL GRANT - 2000
“Spanish Modernism: Between Gaudi and Gehry” proposal
Travel and April 2001 lecture at the University of Memphis.


ACADEMIC AWARDS

JOHN W. STORRS SCHOLARSHIP – 2005-2006
Yale University School of Architecture
Honorary Award Recognizing Outstanding Professional Promise


YALE PRESIDENTIAL PUBLIC SERVICE FELLOWSHIP - 2005
Summer Fellowship Award and placement at the Yale Urban Design Workshop through the Yale Office of New Haven Affairs.


HAR-BER MEADOWS – PROTOTYPE RESIDENCE – 1994
University of Arkansas School of Architecture
Designed one of three projects selected for further development and future construction in experimental community – Springdale, Arkansas.


FOURTH YEAR DESIGN COMPETITION - 1994
University of Arkansas School of Architecture / Precast Concrete Institute
Second Place Award for “Old Main – 2071”


MOST OUTSTANDING FIRST YEAR DESIGN STUDENT AWARD - 1991
University of Arkansas School of Architecture.


EXHIBITIONS/PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - 2017
Visiting Course Lecture - May 03
"Misbegotten Jewel: Javier Carvajal’s 1964/65 New York World’s Fair Pavilion of Spain (in St. Louis)"
Joint Project with Sean Khorsandi

PCA/ACA NATIONAL CONFERENCE (SAN DIEGO) - 2017
Panel Presentation - April 12
"Misbegotten Jewel: Javier Carvajal’s 1964/65 New York World’s Fair Pavilion of Spain (in St. Louis)"
Joint Project with Sean Khorsandi

UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD - 2016
Lecture
"Circuitous Practice"


REGENERATIVE INFRASTRUCTURES; FRESH KILLS PARK NYC, LAND ART GENERATOR INITIATIVE - 2013
Prestel Publishing
'LOOP' entry for the NYC Land Art Generator Initiative Competition

2008-2009 YALE RETROSPECTA
R.I.B.A. ‘Make Me a Home' International Competition Submission


BUILDING DESIGN MAGAZINE ONLINE
January 23, 2009
R.I.B.A. ‘Make Me a Home' International Competition Submission


THE SHAMBLES GALLERY - 2009
Stockton, UK
R.I.B.A. ‘Make Me a Home' International Competition Submission


THE CUBE GALLERY - 2009
Manchester, UK
R.I.B.A. ‘Make Me a Home' International Competition Submission


THE NEWCASTLE ARCHITECTURE CENTRE - 2009
Newcastle, UK
R.I.B.A. ‘Make Me a Home' International Competition Submission


THE BELL LABS CHARRETTE: A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE – 2008
Rappaport, Nina, et. al. ed.
AIA New Jersey and DOCOMOMO-US, Publishers
Drawings from charrette.


THE VISUAL ARTS AT YALE – 2007
Conference Panel Presentation on Sustainable Urbanism
“New Aktau City”


YALE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE – NAAB EXHIBIT – 2007
National Architectural Accrediting Board visit
Display of Bruder/Eberhart studio project.


2005-2006 YALE RETROSPECTA
Projects from Bruder/Eberhart and Plattus studios.


2004-2005 YALE RETROSPECTA
Paper entitled “Subtracting from Autonomy: Adding to the Salk” – Excerpt published.


YALE ART + ARCHITECTURE GALLERY – “SHIFT” EXHIBIT – 2005
“Darwin Center” – Model selected to represent Post-Professional Studio.


AIA NATIONAL CONVENTION – “CONSTRUCTIVE DISCONTENT” EXHIBIT - 1997
The Rochester Residence
Drawings, model, and photographs exhibited at the annual convention in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Published in accompanying book.


VOL WALKER HALL GALLERY – FALL STUDIO EXHIBIT – 1993
University of Arkansas School of Architecture
“Math and Science Research Facility” – Exhibited as best project from fall Studio Four.


VOL WALKER HALL GALLERY – NAAB EXHIBIT – 1992
University of Arkansas School of Architecture
National Architectural Accrediting Board visit
Display of two projects from Studio One to represent the first year program.


AIA ARKANSAS STATE CHAPTER CONVENTION - 1991
“Column Embraced” - graphite rendering
Exhibited at annual convention in Fayetteville, Arkansas.


ORGANIZATIONS/ACTIVITIES

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AIA)
Associate Member 1996 - 2009 (Boston, Memphis, and St. Louis Chapters)
Student Member (AIAS) 1993 to 1995


NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Member since 2002


ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE (ACSA)
Member since 2016


DOCOMOMO
Member since 2016


CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS INSTITUTE (CSI)
Member 1994-1996
Fifth Year Student Representative / Program Committee member.


BAC THESIS REVIEW PANEL – 2016 and 2009
Invited Volunteer Reviewer – Boston Architectural College
MArch Candidates Erin Gilbert (2016) and Nicholas Ng (2009)


ReGEN BOSTON - 2013
Committee – Boston-based open international housing competition


AIAS FREEDOM BY DESIGN - 2012
Mentor – Northeastern School of Architecture Student Chapter

BELL LABS RE-USE CHARRETTE - 2008
Invited designer – Holmdel, New Jersey
Participated in weekend charrette investigating possible programmatic reuses for Saarinen’s structure.


DEAN’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON STUDENT GRIEVANCES - 2005-2006
Elected position – Yale University School of Architecture


DOWNTOWN WALLINGFORD COMMUNITY WORKSHOP - 2006
Invited designer – Wallingford, Connecticut
Participated in weekend workshop to elicit community feedback for various proposals.


EAST END NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGN CHARRETTE - 2005
Invited designer – Bridgeport, Connecticut
Participated in weekend workshop to establish future development standards.


AIA MEMPHIS CHAPTER CONVENTION – 1999
Chairman - Silent Auction Committee


“SAVE HISTORIC MELROSE SCHOOL” CAMPAIGN – 1999
Volunteer – Memphis, Tennessee
Creation of large graphite rendering of significant 1930’s school building under threat of demolition.
Campaign successful.


AIA ASSOCIATE DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM –1997
Volunteer designer – 378 Vance Avenue - Memphis, Tennessee
Conceptual design and renderings to aid private owner in receiving Center City Commission financial assistance for building renovation in distressed urban neighborhood.


VANCE PARK PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROPOSAL - 1997
Volunteer designer – Memphis, Tennessee
Preparation of schematic design and presentation for an alternative to a politically contentious Mississippi river walk proposal.


GARLAND COUNTY COMMUNITY YOUTH CENTER (GCCYC) – 1993-1995
Volunteer designer – Hot Springs, Arkansas
Schematic masterplan for sports facilities. Design of seven baseball fields – completed in 1995.


UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Boston Chapter President - 2014-2017.


YALE-BOSTON ALUMNI
Ivy League Softball Captain - 2016-2017.