March Chadwick

March Chadwick

Adjunct Professor

Civil Engineering

Biography

March Chadwick is a native of East Tennessee and North Georgia before moving to New York in 1996. A graduate of University of Tennessee, Masters from the Georgia Institute of Technology, continuing education at Arcosanti, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Architectural Center, and New York University, March has taught at Cooper Union and the New York City College of Technology. March worked on several large and small scale projects as part of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Boston's Central Artery Project, and New York City's 21st Real Estate, and economic expansion. Since 1996 in New York March has contributed to 42nd Street New York Public Library South Court Addition, Columbia University's Audubon Medical Research Building, NY Presbyterian Women and Babies Hospital, W Hotel 47th Street, 515 Park Avenue 42-storey luxury condominiums, Kingsborough Community College Academic Village, and numerous retail, commercial, and residential projects. Since forming M.Arch Architects in 2003 the firm has focused on high quality residential, commercial, and interior projects.

Education

Georgia Institute of Technology, Class of 1994

M.Arch II, Architecture

University of Tennessee, Class of 1992

M.Arch I, Architecture

Experience

M.Arch Architects

Senior Principal

Founder and Owner of M.Arch Architects

From: September 2003 to present

Davis Brody Bond LLP

Architect

Architectural services for various institutional buildings

From: September 1998 to March 2002