Richard Drouin, PE, LEED® AP
Visiting New York City as a teenager, Richard found inspiration among the skyline’s towering architectural masterpieces. A Montreal native, Richard has since moved to New York and now shapes the city’s landscape as a leader in building design and construction.
Richard approaches projects with a holistic, whole-building perspective. A problem solver to the core, Richard collaborates with clients and multi-disciplinary design teams to resolve operational challenges and to ensure each project’s architectural vision becomes reality.
Richard served on the Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP) New York City chapter’s inaugural board of directors and the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Greater New York Codes and Regulations Committee. Richard remains active in AMFP and serves as a mentor with the ACE Mentor Program of Greater NY.
Richard has collaborated on the following projects
- Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, New Orleans, LA
- LaGuardia Airport, New Terminal B, New York, NY
- John F. Kennedy International Airport, JetBlue Terminal 5i, New York, NY
- Hackensack University Medical Center, Women's and Children's Pavilion, Hackensack, NJ
- Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Chiller Plant, Plaza Redevelopment (2011), New York, NY
- Empire State Building New Visitor Center, Observatories and Exhibits, New York, NY