Norman I. Schwartz, AIA, is a Florida licensed Architect that has 20+ years of experience in the profession.
As an Architect he has split his time working for both private and public sectors. Mr. Schwartz has worked for 16 years in the private sector and has spent the last 4 years has been working for a local municipality including freelance work. His present work includes design and construction for 9 replacement fire stations (which will be LEED), including the first LEED bldg (Aircraft maintenance building) for the local municipality including the design of local neighborhood monumental entry signs and logos. Among his other duties are space planning/programming, project cost/budget estimates, permitting, and coordination with County/State agencies.
His past work includes designer or part of the design team for large projects from MIA terminal expansion, new city halls, Miami Federal court house, various libraries, schools, and parks. He has the following Awards- NCEF award for Doral Middle school Miami-Dade County Public Schools; AIA design award for Aventura Government Center (part of design team) and Published work “Center of Learning.” Architecture Magazine. January 1989, Pg. 65. 4th year Student project.
Mr. Schwartz holds a Masters of Architecture from Virginia Tech University. He Studied at the Northern Virginia Campus for Architecture and Urban Studies in Washington, D.C. He did his undergrad work and received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Florida in 1989.
Norman has been married 10 years and has two young daughters and is a resident of Plantation, Florida.