About

Jack Michael Suben, AIA, LEED ® AP
Partner

Jack's background combines a design-oriented technical background with keen administrative abilities.

Jack has primary responsibility for arriving at progressive, inspired design solutions on time and on budget. He is skilled in master planning, new construction, renovations and additions for commercial, healthcare and research facilities, as well as the integration of sustainable materials and systems in design.

Prior to founding Suben/Dougherty Partnership in 1983, Jack gained architectural experience at several New York firms, including the office of David F. M. Todd and Rogers, Burgun, Shahine & Deschler, where he was responsible for the design of many significant domestic and international projects, large-scale medical and institutional facilities.

Jack was a recent speaker at the Boston/AIA’s Build Boston Symposium and was a featured speaker in Charlotte, NC at the annual AIA/AAH (American Academy of Architecture for Health) Conference, The Architecture and Design of Healthy Communities. Jack qualifies as one of the handful of New York architects who has a working knowledge and expertise in the design of environmentally sensitive and energy efficient interiors.

Education
Cornell University, College of Art, Architecture and Planning; Bachelor of Architecture.

Registration and Professional Affiliations
Licensed Architect, States of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Michigan, Wyoming.
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
American Institute of Architects
US Green Building Council, LEED® AP