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Chris Stoddard joined Allied Works in 2014 as Managing Director.
He is responsible for managing the firm's strategic, financial and operational activities, while overseeing all projects in the New York office.
Prior to joining Allied Works, he served as Managing Principal for ZGF Architects in New York, and Senior Associate Principal at Kohn Pedersen Fox.
Chris is an experienced architect with over 20 years of experience guiding clients and managing a variety of complex building types including research buildings, academic facilities, government projects, transportation facilities, and mixed-use commercial buildings.
Several of his
projects have achieved exceptional environmental and energy performance.
Notable projects include the City University of New York, City College Advanced Science Research Facility in Manhattan, the City Center Mandarin Hotel
in Las Vegas, the Baruch Academic Complex in Manhattan, which received the 2003 Honor Award for Architecture by the National AIA, and the 15,000-acre Songdo International Business District mixed-use master plan development in Korea.
is currently managing a variety of education building projects for Education First, an international education company.
He is a licensed architect in the State of New York and New Jersey, and a LEED Accredited Professional.
Chris Stoddard, Director, AIA LEED AP
USG -May 2005
"What I like about working with contract glaziers is that they can provide positive technical insight into a project," explains Christopher P. Stoddard, AIA, senior associate principal LEED AP, for Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) Associates PC in New York.
"We often try to reach out to glaziers during the design phase to help the design team develop buildable designs.This helps to minimize changes and conflicts in the design down the road," he
takes a similar view."Generally we have had positive relationships with glaziers.Our interaction usually revolves around the storefront component of projects," he
If the job is awarded to someone less inclined to do custom work this process can be more difficult and often adversarial," Stoddard
...Christopher Stoddard joined KPF in 1994 and has played a key role as the project manager or project architect of a number of diverse building types including academic facilities, government projects, airports and commercial buildings.He is currently the project manager for 505 Fifth Avenue, a 273,750-square-foot commercial office building, the City University of New York City College master plan and 212,000-square-foot Science Research Center.He is also the sustainability technical advisor for the New York Sports and Convention Center.In the public sector, he worked as a job captain and project manager for the award-winning Baruch Academic Complex, a public bid 750,000-square-foot multiple use campus building completed in 2001 in New York City.He
was also a designer for the United States Courthouse and Federal Building in Minneapolis, a 740,000-square-foot facility that houses courtrooms, judges' chambers and a public plaza.His transportation work includes serving as project manager on the Logan Airport Terminal B, F.I.S. facility.
The 250,000-square-foot terminal is slated to be a LEED certified airport terminal.He also served as the job captain on the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Commuter Terminal Building.
Jim. W. Sealy, FAIA is an architect and consultant in Dallas.He
consults with other design professionals, developers, building owners and managers, jurisdictions and attorneys in matters dealing with all aspects of the built environment.His
expertise ranges from zoning and conceptual design to forensic architecture. He has participated in the writing of building codes and standards since the early 1970s and recently served the International Code Council as a member of the drafting committees for the International Performance Code and International Residential Code. In other related arenas, he serves on committees for the National Institute of Building Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Institute of Science and Technology, Underwriters Laboratories, the Applied Technology Council and the American Institute of Architects.
..."Generally, it is more positive than negative, and sometimes very positive," states Chris Stoddard of KPF in appraising these relationships.
"In the end it depends on the quality of the glazier on the job, the budget and also the quality of the construction documents developed by the design team," he
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Christopher Stoddard, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Over the last 19 years, Christopher Stoddard
has been responsible for the management of highly-specialized institutional facilities, and complex commercial developments nationally and internationally.
A Principal in the New York office, Chris has developed an expertise in maximizing the economic and environmental performance of buildings, while enhancing occupant comfort and health.
has played a key role on a number of diverse building types, including research and academic, government, transportation, and commercial facilities.
portfolio includes projects for clients, such as the Science Center
/ Wexford Science + Technology
in Philadelphia, Child Mind Institute, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, and the State University of New York at Cortland
Chris earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture from Syracuse University, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon.
April 2014 - John and Christopher Stoddard of ZGF Architects spoke to Mark Gardner's Professional Practice class at Parsons The New School.
Christopher Stoddard of ...
Christopher Stoddard of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, architects, Douglas Hays of Michael Vergason, landscape architects, and Richard Bilski of Lehman-Smith + McLeish & Associates, interior architects, oriented the conferees and led the tours.
firm started KPF Research, establishing relationships with academic experts.Technical innovations the firm is looking into include alternatives to glass for transparent envelopes, intelligent building skins, new kinds of joints, and elevators that can recapture the energy of movement.Sustainable projects now in the office include design of an entire city adjoining Incheon, Korea, and a tower in the heart of London, which will have services massed on the south side, an atrium facing north ? apparently the optimum orientation. (What about some recent high-visibility office towers by star architects ? not mentioned by Stoddard
, but easily recalled ? that are circular and apparently indifferent to orientation?)Wrapping Up ? and What?s Next.
announced theme of the final conference panel was ?Where Do We Go from Here??