Mark A. Sullivan, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, has over 28 years of experience in commercial, institutional, residential, hospitality and government projects. He is adept at leading the team and the process, coordinating a diverse range of projects and issues with clients, consultants, and staff through all phases of the work. With JZA+D since 2013, Mark has had chief responsibility for varied projects with clients such as Hamilton Jewelers; Temple Tikvah; Boston Properties; Prism Capital Partners; the Sands of Las Vegas; the Institute for Advanced Study; Princeton, Syracuse, Rowan, and Rutgers universities. Mark serves as the central point of communication for projects and their constituents, fostering the exchange of information in his own unassuming and dedicated manner.
Prior to joining JZA+D, Mark spent 11 years with Michael Graves & Associates as a Senior Associate, and 8 years with Hillier Architecture as an Associate. His work at these firms included the design and management of Wounded Warrior Housing at Fort Belvoir and MacDill AFB; The Mitchell Physics Buildings at Texas A&M; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Childrens Theater Company of Minneapolis; The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley; The Sprint World Headquarters Campus, Overland Park, KS; and SmithKline Beecham World Master Plan, among many. He has been a visiting critic at Syracuse University, The University of Maryland, and the University of Kansas.
Outside the office, Mark is often found working with his father, an amateur woodworker; working on his home and gardens; rowing (as a former competitive Masters rower); overseeing the Building Committee of Trinity Church Princeton and above all, enjoying the company of his wife and three children.