Jason A. Montgomery
» Voorhees Hall 308 (V-308)
» M.A. Architecture, University of Wales at Cardiff
» Graduate Diploma in Architecture and the Building Arts,
Prince of Wales Institute of Architecture
» BArch University of Notre Dame
» LEED Accredited Professional
» Member of the American Institute of Architects
» Registered Architect in the State of New York
Jason has over thirteen years of experience as an architect working on hotels, resorts, residential, institutional, and town planning projects in various parts of the United States, Europe and the Middle East. He is managing our architectural assignments at Spanish Peaks in Montana, the Bayonne Golf Club in New Jersey, Bermuda Resort, and the town planning for Taghazout in Morocco and Lulu Island in Abu Dhabi.
While at Cooper Robertson, Jason was the lead designer for the School of Social Work and a faculty residence building for the Columbia University in New York City. He has also directed design projects for the School of Education College of Charleston, New Presidential College of Yale University, and Selwyn College expansion for Cambridge University.
Jason is currently the lead planner for a 10,000 acre property being developed by the Boy Scouts of America for a new high adventure and jamboree camp.
In his free time Jason enjoys painting, hiking, travel and music.