Troy Rog-Urman

AIA, NCARB

Vice President

The buildings in which we live, work, and play impact each of us, every day. Troy believes we cannot underestimate the importance of the built environment and that all design should be well considered and deliberate.

With 9 years of background in Multi-Family Residential, Mixed-Use, Government/Educational, and Adaptive Re-Use projects, Troy has extensive experience both locally and internationally. A graduate of Cornell University’s architecture program, he is also a registered architect in the District of Columbia and a member of the DC chapter of AIA.

Troy is also a strong believer in the importance of education and mentorship. Since graduating, he has been involved as a visiting critic at local universities and volunteered with Architecture in the Schools and Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.