mark oprisch, AIA, lEED AP
principal, Director of Technical Services
As a project manager, Mark brings 34 years of architectural practice to ensure the integrity of the design throughout the project process. He’s recognized as tenacious in his pursuit of clients’ goals and as a consensus builder among all stakeholders.
Extensive experience in conceiving communities for different states, codes, programs and construction types, has enabled Mark to design and develop standard-setting residential units. He was part of the team responsible for creating an innovative housing concept for Georgia Tech that was emulated throughout the Georgia Board of Regents and used as the basic unit prototype for the 1996 Olympic Village housing.
A graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Architecture, Mark joined NBA in 1988. He is NCARB certified and a member of Construction Specifications Institute with a Construction Documents Technologist certification. Within NBA, he helped create an internal quality assurance program and is involved in studio management.