Robert Narracci joined the firm in 1989. He has been a project manager and senior designer for many mixed-used and large-scale commercial projects.
Mr. Narracci was the project manager and senior designer for Sofia, a 36-story office/residential tower in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico; ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada; and the master plan of Porta Nuova, a 23-acre mixed-use development in Milan. Other projects on which Mr. Narracci worked in this capacity include 1500 Louisiana, a 40-story office tower in Houston, Texas, and 516 Fifth Avenue, a mixed-use tower in New York City.
As a senior designer, Mr. Narracci was involved in projects including Edificio Quauhtemoc, a 42-story office tower for Banco Santander in Monterrey, Mexico; the master plan for Arboleda, an urban village in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico; and Torre BankBoston, a 29-storyoffice tower in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He also served as a design and technical coordinator of curtain walls for the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, which includes a concert hall, opera house, and outdoor plaza in Miami.
In addition to his design and project management work, Mr. Narracci coordinates building information modeling for the firm. He has been a participant in BIMForum, which promotes the adoption of building information modeling in the AEC industry.
Mr. Narracci received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture from The Pennsylvania State University. He has been an instructor at Temple University and Yale University, and a guest critic at Rice University and Northeastern University.