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RMAs client and developer of the New Lab at the Navy Yard, David Belt, along with his digital manufacturing posse will be holding a presentation and roundtable discussion on 3D Printing as a part of the New York Ideas Forum, sponsored by the Atlantic.Arpril 24, 2013 Curbed - Theater Group Unveils Proposed Tobacco Warehouse Makeover Jonathan Marvel and others from St.Ann's Warehouse presented the design to a Community Board 2 subcommittee last night.Green Building & Design - March/April 2013 Repairing the World and Much More Rogers Marvel Architects offers one way to define Jewish architecture with the Westchester Reform Temple.Friday, July 26, pm - pm Crain's NY - Mc Carren Park Pool outscores Barclays Center In terms of impact on the property market in the surrounding community, both have done well, but the pool has done better.
The Washington Times - Read the article: Mall redesigners show real passion The Washington Post - Read the article: Mall design contest winners named to redo D. sites The Washington Post - View the slideshow: Redesigning the National Mall ASLA's The Dirt - Read the article: The National Mall Wins with These Designs RMA is one of the Final Four teams in the Design Waller Creek Competition - Read more here and see the designs: Design Waller Creek: A Competition, THE FINAL FOUR The Washington Post - Read the article: A look at the finalists in a design competition to overhaul sites on the National Mall RMA to Present at the National Building Museum - - pm - pm Click here for more information 2011 AIA New York State Firm of the Year Award Winner Sandridge Energy Wins AIA Honor Award Click to see more about the Sand Ridge project on The Restoration of Edgar Allen Poe Cottage in the Bronx Wins New York Landmarks Conservancy Moses Award The Architect's Newspaper: Finalist teams announced for National Mall redesign Read the article: D. Dating Game by Amanda Kolson Hurley - Christian Science Monitor Speaks to Rob Rogers About Security in the Public Realm Read the article: Designing for Disaster by Carol Strickland - See more about the New York Stock Exchange Financial District Streetscapes and Security on Regional Plan Association Click here for more information: Brooklyn Greenway to Get New Park at Navy Yard - Ten Rogers Marvel projects featured in 2011 Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture by John Hill 2011 W. World Architecture News - AIANY Expands into Adjacent Storefront The New York Times - A Bare Market Lasts One Morning New York Stock Exchange Financial District Streetscapes and Security The Architect's Newspaper - Lawn Games - Rogers Marvel Secures Competition to Revamp White House Park President's Park South American Society of Landscape Architects - Rogers Marvel Selected for Presidents Park South President's Park South Los Angeles Times - A design that's bold, restrained and secure President's Park South World Architecture News - Bringing the President to the People President's Park South Fox Morning News Washington, DC - New York-based Rogers Marvel architects won a competition to improve Presidents Park South.
David Rogers, USNR was commissioned as a Navy intelligence officer in 1984, following officer training with the Marine Corps in 1974-76.
His formal education includes a bachelor's in geology and geophysics and masters and doctorate degrees in civil and geological engineering.
Download PDF The Center for Architecture - New York, NY - - PM - PM Designing the City after Superstorm Sandy Rob Rogers, among other leaders in disaster resilience design discuss the role of design in protecting our city against climate change.
Moderated by Michael Kimmelman - Chief Architecture Critic, The New York Times Click Here to Read More - Read the article: Stepping It Up in the Park Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1 Third and Bond wins 2012 Building Brooklyn Award for Residential Low Rise Housing Architectural Record Magazine - Read the article: Rogers and Marvel Hitting Their Stride The New York architects recently won the bid to design a condo-hotel building on the Brooklyn waterfront.March 7, pm "Designing" Public Space: By Whom, For Whom?