Sean joined the SAR+ team in 2016 as a seasoned Architect with experience in a wide array of project types such as student housing, hospitality, government buildings, multifamily housing communities, and commercial high-rise projects. As a key player at SAR+, Sean has helped lead several projects for our firm, including Stanley House in Aurora, Modera LoHi in Denver and the recently topped-out high rise at 990 Bannock. He is currently heading up construction management efforts for 2700 Wewatta – an affordable and supportive housing community which will serve youth transitioning out of the foster care system or living on the streets because of family conflict, abuse, neglect, poverty, or other hardships.
In addition to his core project roles, Sean is a leader in our office in research and advocacy for affordable and attainable housing options. Sean was awarded the AIA 2021 Fisher Travel Scholarship to study smart cities’ carbon reduction efforts and has also volunteered on the AIA Colorado Committee on the Environment (COTE). Recently, Sean was selected to speak at the 2023 AIA Practice + Design Conference about efforts to reform building code to as a strategy to create more efficient and affordable housing options for Colorado.
Masters of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin (2007)
Bachelor of Environmental Design, University of Colorado (2003)