Robert Curtis

Bob Curtis, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Maine Licensed Architect, has more than 18 years of experience managing projects, with a meticulous eye for building construction, budget, codes, and energy efficiency. He is an expert in high performance building enclosure specification and detailing as well as Life Safety and Building Code Compliance. As one of the few Maine Licensed Architects to earn Maine Municipal Code Enforcement Certification, Bob is uniquely positioned to educate state officials in the practical application of building codes.

“Avoid and conquer. Focus your efforts on what's most essential to the success of each project and don't get lost in the weeds.”

Bob grew up in New York as a Yankees fan, but 18 years ago, he made the ultimate sacrifice and went all in for the Red Sox for the good of his children who have grown up in Maine. His kids all swim competitively and fill in their spare time with soccer, tennis and music.

Bob wasn't born an architect and came to architecture later in life through a different path. On his 50th birthday Bob restarted his lapsed running career, and he has now competed in four half-marathons, multiple 10-milers, and numerous 10k and 5k races in southern Maine. He also used to play the French Horn.


Education
  • Miami University, Master of Architecture
  • Hamilton College, B.A., English Literature
Credentials
  • Licensed Architect: ME
  • LEED Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction (BD+C)
  • Commercial Building Code and Commercial Energy Code Enforcement Certification
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA) Membership
 
Industry Membership & Involvement
  • ICC Committee, 2018 International Energy Conservation Code Revisions
Notable Projects