SEAN DAVID AIA                                                                                                                                                                                   

A native of the New Orleans area and Jesuit High School graduate, Sean David, attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where he earned a Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture Tract). Sean returned to New Orleans to work for 2 years as an architect intern with Digital Engineering & Imaging where he gained production, design, and construction administration experience on several public projects such as the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo Pavilion, the Grand Isle Multiplex Facility, and the Louisiana Superdome 300 Level Roof Repair.

To continue his professional education, Sean attended Louisiana State University where he earned his Master of Architecture. In addition to earning his degree, he was awarded the Dean's Medal of Excellence in Architecture, the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal, and the Louisiana State University School of Architecture Technology Award. While in school, Sean also worked as a graduate assistant in LSU's CADGIS Research Laboratory and participated in the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training's Engineering for Historic Buildings Seminar.

Upon finishing his graduate studies, Sean began work with Trahan Architects in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In his 5 1/2 years there, he worked in various capacities of design, production, construction management, and project management in all phases of design on a wide array of projects, including the Owensboro-Daviess County Convention Center in Kentucky, the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame in Natchitoches, the Baton Rouge International School Master Plan and Phase 1 Design, the Louisiana Superdome Outer Skin Replacement and Roof Renovations, the Turner Industries Office Buildings in Baton Rouge, and the Make It Right Housing Prototype.

Sean's next chapter of employment was with The Architectural Studio (1 1/2 years) where he worked as project manager on the Pangburn Group Office Building in New Roads, Louisiana and the Myrtle Grove Townhouses Development. In addition, he was involved a number of other projects, including the Oakley Plantation House Repair, the Como Plantation House Renovation, the Louisiana State Fire Marshal's Fallen Firefighter Memorial, the Greenwood Homes Subdivision Development, the Josephine Lofts Apartment Building and Ascantia Barn.